The Texas Review Press has undertaken a significant project over the last decade: publishing a poetry anthology for every state in the southern United States.
Dr. Chris Neglia, Board Chair ofSymphony of the Mountains has announced a five-year extension to music director Cornelia Laemmli Orth's contract:
'Round the Mountain hosted a successful spring jury session with the acceptance of 16 new members, the largest pool of submissions in at least five years.
Pick Along Summer Camp at the Birthplace of Country Music Museum is back, and registration is now open for both beginner and intermediate level students.
Jan-Carol Publishing, Inc., of Johnson City, Tennessee, announces the nationwide release of "The Little Orange t’s Great Tennessee Adventure" by George Bove.
Virginia’s Heritage Music Trail: The Crooked Road announces applications are open for the third-In-Residence program for heritage musicians that reside in the Southwest Virginia region.
Jane Hicks grew up in Kingsport, Tennessee, very near the Virginia state line.
Best-selling Virginia novelist Leah Weiss is featured in the “Sunday with Friends” literary series at the Washington County Public Library in Abingdon April 2 at 3 p.m.
Candace Butler is a poet, songwriter and designer from Sugar Grove, Virginia, and teaches adjunct courses in design at Emory & Henry College and King University.
Scott Honeycutt has a Ph.D. in American literature and lives in Johnson City, Tennessee.
Gretchen McCroskey was educated at King College (now King University) and Hollins College (now Hollins University).
Thomas Prater lives in Saltville, Virginia, and is currently finishing a Ph.D. in comparative studies from Florida Atlantic University.
Amy Wright grew up on a family farm in the Wytheville, Virginia.
The region has many support groups for poets and writers.
This year at the Virginia Highlands Festival, the Writers & Readers Days committee has expanded the event from one day to two.
Jessie Gu began playing the piano when she was 7 and has retained her passion for playing for the past 10 years.
The 2023 Gathering in the Gap Music Festival is a special celebration of the 75th anniversary of the Southwest Virginia Museum Historical State Park, Big Stone Gap, Virginia.
Emory & Henry College, Emory, Virginia, presents three instrumental music performances in April at the McGlothlin Center for the Arts.
The Highlands Ballet Company continues to combine tradition, originality and an eye to the future.
In keeping with its mandate to entertain, educate and enrich the community, Symphony of the Mountains is initiating an outreach program to raise awareness regarding concerns for people who are homeless.