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Athens literary festival : roots in Georgia II

Author: Freeman Owle.Terry KayFerrol SamsPhilip Lee WilliamsEdward HirschAll authors
Publisher: [Athens, Ga. : University of Georgia, 2003]
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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Genre/Form: Panel discussions
Readings
Conference proceedings
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Freeman Owle.; Terry Kay; Ferrol Sams; Philip Lee Williams; Edward Hirsch; Mary Hood; Judson Mitcham; William Greenway; Jim Peterson; Marion Montgomery; Jacque Garneau; Kathryn Stripling Byer; Bruce S Feiler; Bettie M Sellers; Diane Glancy; Rosemary Daniell; Janisse Ray; Tina McElroy Ansa; Alfred Corn; Wyatt Prunty; Charles M Hudson; Theda Perdue; Jace Weaver; Athens Downtown Development Authority (Athens, Ga.)
OCLC Number: 60766793
Notes: Program of a symposium March 6-8, 2003, held at the University of Georgia University Chapel, sponsored by the Georgia Review and the Athens Downtown Development Authority. Feartured writers and storytellers include Tina McElroy Ansa, Kathryn Stripling Byer, Alfred Corn, Rosemary Daniell, Bruce Feiler, Jacque Garneau, Diane Glancy, William Greenway, Mary Hood, Terry Kay, Judson Mitcham, Marion Montgomery, Freeman Owle, Jim Peterson, Wyatt Prunty, Janisse Ray, Ferrol Sams, Bettie Sellers, and Philip Lee Williams. Lindbergh lecture given by Edward Hirsch.
Description: 20 videocassettes (921 min.) : sd, col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Contents: tape 1. [Reading by Freeman Owle] (46 min.) --
tape 2. [Readings by Terry Kay and Ferrol Sams] (60 min.) --
tape 3. [Reading by Philip Lee Williams] (23 min.) --
tape 4. [Lindbergh lecture on the state and future of the art of writing by Edward Hirsch] (50 min.) --
tape 5. [Storytellers--especially southern or simply human?, pt. 1: Philip Lee Williams, Mary Hood, and Judson Mitcham] (60 min.) --
tape 6. [Storytellers--especially southern or simply human?, pt. 2: Philip Lee Williams, Mary Hood, and Judson Mitcham] (35 min.) --
tape 7. [Readings by William Greenway and Jim Peterson] (62 min.) --
tape 8. [Readings by Marion Montgomery and Jacque Garneau] (64 min.) --
tape 9. [Readings by Jacque Garneau and Judson Mitcham] (29 min.) --
tape. 10. [Making a life of writing, pt. 1: Kathryn Stripling Byer, Bruce Feiler, Terry Kay, Bettie Sellers] (63 min.) --
tape 11. [Making a life of writing, pt. 2: Kathryn Stripling Byer, Bruce Feiler, Terry Kay, Bettie Sellers] (25 min.) --
tape 12. [Readings by Bruce Feiler and Rosemary Daniell] (55 min.) --
tape 13. [Voices from the gaps: women writers speak, pt. 1: Tina McElroy Ansa, Diane Glancy, Rosemary Daniell, Janisse Ray] (63 min.) --
tape 14. [Voices from the gaps: women writers speak, pt. 2: Tina McElroy Ansa, Diane Glancy, Rosemary Daniell, Janisse Ray] (28 min.) --
tape 15. [Readings by Kathryn Stripling Byer, Alfred Corn] (61 min.) --
tape 16. [Reading by Diane Glancy] (22 min.) --
tape 17. [Georgia's deepest roots: the Native American story hoard, pt. 1: Freeman Owle, Jacque Garneau, Diane Glancy, Charles Hudson, Theda Perdue, and Jace Weaver] (61 min.) --
tape 18. [Georgia's deepest roots: the Native American story hoard, pt. 2: Freeman Owle, Jacque Garneau, Diane Glancy, Charles Hudson, Theda Perdue, and Jace Weaver] (25 min.) --
tape 19. [Readings by Janisse Ray, Wyatt Prunty, and Mary Hood] (56 min.) --
tape 20. [Readings by Mary Hood] (33 min.).
Other Titles: Roots in Georgia II
Georgia review.
Responsibility: [sponsored by the Georgia review and the Athens Downtown Development Authority].

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