Table of contents for Talking with the turners : conversations with southern folk potters / Charles R. Mack ; foreword by William R. Ferris ; introduction by Lynn Robertson.

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Foreword by William R. Ferris
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction by Lynn Robertson
Commentary on the Turning Tradition
Biographical Sketches of Those Interviewed
The Turners Talk: Excerpts from the 1981 Interviews
On Being a Potter
 Interviews with Eric Miller, Bill Gordy, and Howard Connor
Family Origins and Family Ties
 Interviews with Walter Lee Cornelison, Verna Suggs Duncan, Hattie Mae Stewart Brown, Bill Gordy, Howard Connor, Harold Hewell, Robert Ferguson, Kenneth Outen, Ralph Miller, Carrie Stewart, Gerald Stewart, and Horace V. Brown Jr.
Growing Up and Being Trained
 Interviews with Norman Smith, Verna Suggs Duncan, Howard Connor, Boyd R. Hilton, and Wayne Wilson
Recollections of Changes and Transitions
 Interviews with D. X. Gordy, Horatio Boggs, Eric Miller, and Billy Joe Craven,
Into the Business
 Interviews with Cleater Meaders, Gerald Stewart, Bill Gordy, Lanier Meaders, and Billy Joe Craven
The Distaff Side
 Interviews with Marie Rogers, Carrie Stewart, Verna Suggs Duncan, Edwin Meaders, Hattie Mae Stewart Brown, and Grace Hewell
From Clay Pit to Pot Shop
 Interviews with Edwin Meaders, Bill Gordy, Carrie Stewart, and Cleater Meaders
When They Turned
 Interviews with Marie Rogers and Horace V. Brown Jr.
How They Turned
 Interviews with Marie Rogers, Eric Miller, Harold and Chester Hewell, Edwin Meaders, Howard Connor, Cleater Meaders, Walter Lee Cornelison, Boyd S. Hilton, and Horace V. Brown Jr.
What They Turned
 Interviews with Carrie Stewart, Gerald Stewart, Verna Suggs Duncan, Hattie Mae Stewart Brown, Annette Brown Stevens, Kenneth Outen, Horace V. Brown Jr., Bill Gordy, Howard Connor, Lanier Meaders, Billy Joe Craven, Boyd S. Hilton, Harold Hewell, and Edwin Meaders
Innovations in Technique and Style
 Interviews with D. X. Gordy, Horace V. Brown Jr., Bill Gordy, Ada Adams Hewell, Wayne Wilson, and Arie Meaders
Glazing
 Interviews with Marie Rogers, D. X. Gordy, Eric Miller, Gerald Stewart, Verna Suggs Duncan, Hattie Mae Stewart Brown, Bill Gordy, Walter Lee Cornelison, Howard Connor, Horace V. Brown Jr., Jack Hewell, Ada and Carl Hewell, Wayne Wilson, and Edwin Meaders
The Potter's Kiln
 Interviews with Lamar Franklin, Carrie Stewart, Walter Lee Cornelison, Gerald Stewart, Bill Gordy, Verna Suggs Duncan, Hattie Mae Stewart Brown, Howard Connor, Horace V. Brown Jr., Kenneth Outen, Harold Hewell, Lanier Meaders, and Edwin Meaders
Kiln Burning
 Interviews with D. X. Gordy, Gerald Stewart, Johnny Hudson, Marie Rogers, Howard Connor, and Edwin Meaders
Marketing Matters
 Interviews with Marie Rogers, Horatio Boggs, Ralph Miller, Norman Smith, Gerald Stewart, Eric Miller, Carrie Stewart, Verna Suggs Duncan, Hattie Mae Stewart Brown, Bill Gordy, Horace V. Brown Jr., Harold Hewell, Ada and Carl Hewell, and Billy Joe Craven
Turner Tales
 Interviews with Bill Gordy, Howard Connor, Horatio Boggs, Boyd S. Hilton, Lanier Meaders, and Horace V. Brown Jr.
What the Future Holds
 Interviews with Marie Rogers, Horatio Boggs, Oscar Smith, Gerald Stewart, Verna Suggs Duncan, Howard Connor, Harold Hewell, Hattie Mae Stewart Brown, Grace Hewell, Wayne Wilson, Henry Hewell, and Lanier Meaders
Epilogue: A Generation Later
Appendix: Terms and Techniques
Notes
Bibliography of Selected Readings
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Pottery, American -- Southern States.
Potters -- Southern States -- Interviews.
Folk artists -- Southern States -- Interviews.