Heritage: A Literary Quarterly of the Appalachian South
A rich source of Appalachian fiction, essay, poetry and history.
I am featured in the Spring 2007 issue.
Theater -- Official Website of the Hamner Theater
Can you imagine having a theater named after you? The people
in Nelson County, my home, bestowed that honor on me and I am
Hamner, the Forgotten Twilight Zone writer
This is an interview Tony Albarella conducted with me, which
is reprinted on the Rod Serling website.
YARN: The Online Salon for Personal Essays
I was so pleased when my neighbor and friend, Hillary Carlip,
invited me to contribute to
the premiere installment of her literary website devoted to
personal essays. My
piece is called A
Letter to My Children.
with Box Office Mojo
is one of my favorite interviews. Scott Holleran is an insightful
and informed interviewer.
A rich source of information about the series and the members
of my family who inspired it. This website also includes a link
to The Waltons Forum, which is overseen by devoted and
dedicated Brenda Irby, where Waltons fans can interact
and obtain up-to-date information about The Waltons.
Waltons: The Unofficial Home Page
Run by Karen Kearney, this site is compact, informative,
and worth the visit.
Where are the Waltons today? Everyone wants to know!
Karen Kearney, a devoted and dedicated Australian friend
of the series, offers a vast amount of useful information.
A rich, informative, and affectionate look at The
Waltons Mountain Museum
Although I am not associated with the museum, if it
is of benefit to fans and to the people of Schuyler, then check
A must-visit Falcon Crest site
Under the guidance of Thomas J. Pucher, his team has assembled
a stunning record of the series. It features photos, in-depth
interviews with the cast, a detailed history, and constantly
Crest Tribute site
Recommended for its detailed and thorough research.
In-depth information. Check it out.
seen the movie! Now read all about it!