Salt: Poems of Appalachian Roots
by Amber D. Tran
Dedicated to blue-collar lifestyles and family secrets, Salt: Poems of Appalachian Roots pays homage to those born and raised in the Appalachia and to those familiar with the tribulations that come with poverty and failure. Combined with historic photographs by Lewis Hine, Doris Ulmann, Russell Lee, and others, this book exposes the depth and burden of personal and social struggles found among people in the Appalachia, but also offers a glimpse into their stalwart dedication to persevere.
POETRY / General
ISBN: 978-1-947067-41-7 (print; softcover; perfect bound)
A Pushcart Prize nominee and a two-time Best of the Net nominee, Amber D. Tran graduated from West Virginia University in 2012, where she specialized in lyrical non-fiction and contemporary poetry. She is the editor-in-chief for Cold Creek Review. Her work has been featured in Cheat River Review, The Icarus Anthology, Memoir Mixtapes, Sidereal Magazine, and more. Her award-winning debut novel, Moon River, was released in September 2016 from Jan-Carol Publishing. She currently lives in Alabama with her husband and two dogs, Ahri and Ziggs.
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