The Appalachian Free Press is dedicated to representing Appalachia, good and bad, large and small, across each state, through every community, through education and community action. For the benefit all inhabitants: human, animal, plant or fungi.
Hello, I am simplystructural.
I am one of the lead reporters and photographers for the Appalachian Free Press.
As a seventh-generation Tennessean and resident of the Greater Knoxville-Morristown area, I am proud of the region I call home.
I aspire to help my community with my passion/career opportunities in the fields of civil engineering, urban planning, research, local government, and economic/infrastructure development
Manda Wallace, also known as Banjo, is a teller of tales and someone who is always looking deeply into the history of this land and of the people.
You can contact her through our Facebook Page
After studying Philosophy at UTK, Zane Gray now lives in Nashville where he works various jobs and makes art when he is not too busy being a consumer.
You can follow him on twitter @joeredble and on instagram (zanecr4y)
Hi, I'm Aimée LaFon. I am a professional writer who has lived in Knoxville, TN for 21 years. I am passionate about research, literature, nature, and my hometown. As editor-in-chief, I am always open to talking to you about your stories, ideas, and dreams. Reach out to me at:
Howdy, I'm Ezekiel "Zeke" Streetman. I'm here to publish art and excellent stories. My job is to collect reporters and reports from all over Appalachia.
I'm started this because our community needs a strong and clear voice that is not owned by a private media group miles away from where people are hurting.
We can help each other with education and tolerance
If you want to help us your name could go above!
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