Community Cinema: Deep Down dvd, book list

Thanks to everyone who attended the Community Cinema screening of Deep Down on Nov. 2 at the Windsor Park Branch Library. The film will air on KLRU on November 23 at 9 p.m.

Special thanks to our guest University of Texas Senior Lecturer for the RTF department Anne Lewis for providing insight on Appalachia and additional resources including:
Documentaries available at Appalshop Films
And a website that allows you to find your connection to Appalachian coal mining … ilovemountains.org

Our partners with the Austin Public Library have put together a list of DVDs, books and sound recordings that go along with this film. All items are available at the library.

Non-Fiction Books
The Coal Era in the United States: a study of our Viable Alternatives by C.B.Reed
Environmental Geology by Ronald W. Tank
Coal: A Human History by Barbara Freese
The Solution Is You! by Laurie Daivd
Kentucky by Brad Asher
Lost Mountain: A Year In The Vanishing Wilderness by Erik Reece
The Battle of Blair Mountain: The Story Of America’s Largest Labor Uprising by Robert Shogan
Something’s Rising: Appalachians Fighting Mountaintop Removal by Silas House and Jason Howard
The Down-to-Earth Guide to Global Warming by Laurie David and Cambrian Gordon
A Kentucky Album: Farm Security Administration Photographs1935-1943 by Beverly W Brannan

Fiction Books
Coal Run by Tawni O’Dell
Hazard by Gardiner Harris
Baker Towers by Jennifer Haigh

DVDs
Coal Country
Burning the Future: Coal in America