When We Were Sisters
Interested in how a novelist thinks? Here are some images I pinned as I worked on When We Were Sisters, which arrives at bookstores June 1. Tattoos, coal mining…
Photograph of a brush overgrown tubular entrance. Credit: Courtesy of The Coal and Coke Heritage Center, Penn State Fayette, www.coalandcokepsu.org/ A "manway" is an entry used exclusively for personnel to travel form the shaft bottom or drift mouth to the working section; it is always on the intake air side in gassy mines. Also, a small passage at one side or both sides of a breast, used as a traveling way for the miner, and sometimes, as an airway, or chute, or both.