Official Big Stone Gap movie trailer. Amy was a consultant to the script and Talking Appalachian was used as a dialect source for the actors. Movie release: October, 2015.
University Press of Kentucky NOW IN PAPERBACK!
"The Rocks" wins Lamar York Prize for Nonfiction. in
Chattahoochee Review (Spring, 2015)
Blog-Talk Radio Interview with National Writing Project's Tanya Baker 8/14/2014
Essay on Harvard University Press blog. 6/26/2014
Interview on U. Press of KY blog. 3/24/2014
Talking Appalachian is now in paperback!
Appalachian Hope and Heartbreak. OpEd in the New York Times. 8/3/2013
A revised version of "Family Matters: A Mother and Daughter's Literacy Journey" will be anthologized in Voices for Equity and Diversity in Education: A Literary Anthology, Rowman & Littlefield, 2015.
With Good Reason radio program with Sarah McConnell, sponsored by the VA Foundation for the Humanities.Amy's Interview begins at 17:00 on why she did the book,why she completely changed the way she teaches, and why she decided to keep her home voice. (Rec. June, 2013)