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A collection of poetry, prose, and visual art of the students, faculty, staff, and friends of eastern Kentucky's Big Sandy Community & Technical College

Although the term Appalachia describes an area that touches all or parts of a dozen states stretching from New York to Mississippi, much of its rich history and unique cultural heritage developed along the banks of the various forks of the Big Sandy River.

From a thriving base in Prestonsburg -- with satellite centers in Hager Hill, Paintsville, and Pikeville -- Big Sandy CTC serves a region that encompasses a five-county area bordering both Virginias in the easternmost tip of the Commonwealth.

In the heart of a land known as much for its artists, entertainers, and pioneering spirit as for all those ancient stereotypes that sought to demean, ridicule, and dismiss this rich cultural heritage, the Cut-Thru Review offers an opportunity to showcase contemporary literature and visual arts as we continue to celebrate the wonders of life in, around, and beyond the hills of central Appalachia.

 

 

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