The series that made Foxfire famous.
With nearly 9 million copies in print, The Foxfire Book and its eleven companion volumes capture forever the people and the vanishing culture of the Southern Appalachian Mountains. This way of life and the stories of its people are delivered to readers in the very words of those who were born, lived their lives and passed away there.
Filled with interviews, instructions for living the pioneer life, and stories of making the most of this Appalachian land, the 12 volumes in the Foxfire series are anthologies of The Foxfire Magazine articles written by Rabun County high school students over the magazine’s 40-year history and often expanded through follow-up interviews and additional research.
Celebrating 50 years!