Katúah Journal, Issue 19, Spring 1988


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Katúah Journal, Issue 19, Spring 1988


The nineteenth issue of the Katúah Journal focuses on springtime, plants, and the New Age movement: gardening with "nature intelligences", rooting blueberries, native plants, and herbal medicine. Authors and artists in this issue include: Michael Hockaday, Clyde Hollifield, Janeice Ray, Lucinda Flodin, Will Ashe Bason, Karen Watkins-Decker, Christina Morrison, Elaine Geouge, Sheli Lodge, Martha Tree, Brian Ellis, Stephen Wing, Diane Yeager, Colleen Redman, Rose Morningstar, and Ellen John.

Beginning this issue, the title of the journal was simplified to Katúah Journal.

Table Of Contents

The Perelandra Garden.......3

Spring Tonics.......6

Rooting Blueberries.......7

"First Dogwoods" a poem by Michael Hockaday.......7

Gardens of the Blue Ridge.......8

A Visit with Granny: An Interview with Carolyn Port......10

Flower Essence.......13

The Origin of the Animals: a story by Clyde Hollifield.......14

"Rain Has Come Again:"
poems by Janeice Ray.......15

Good Medicine: "Power".......16

Be A Tree.......17

Natural World News........18

Drumming: Letters to Katúah.......22

A Children' [sic] Page........25


Spring Gathering.......29


Note: This table of contents corresponds to the original document, not the Document Viewer.


Bioregionalism--Appalachian Region, Southern
Sustainable living--Appalachian Region, Southern
Herbs--Therapeutic use--North Carolina, Western
Plants, Edible--Appalachian Region, Southern
New Age movement--Appalachian Region, Southern
Wild flowers--Blue Ridge Mountains
Heirloom varieties (Plants)
North Carolina, Western
Blue Ridge Mountains
Appalachian Region, Southern
North Carolina--Periodicals


This resource is part of the Katúah Journal Records, 1980-2013 collection. For a description of the entire collection, see Katúah Journal Records, 1980-2013 (AC. 870).


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