Underground Culture: the Lives of Coal Miners Writer Jeanne Marie Laskas spent several weeks underground with coal miners working for the Hopedale Mining Company in Cadiz, Ohio. Her article, Underworld, published in GQ magazine, sheds light on coal mining culture.
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Underground Culture: the Lives of Coal Miners

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Underground Culture: the Lives of Coal Miners

Underground Culture: the Lives of Coal Miners

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Writer Jeanne Marie Laskas spent several weeks underground with coal miners working for the Hopedale Mining Company in Cadiz, Ohio. Her article, Underworld, published in GQ magazine, sheds light on coal mining culture.

Jeanne Marie Laskas, creative writing professor at the University of Pittsburgh