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Collection Overview

Title: Old Dominion University Literary Festival Collection, 1977-2015

Collection Identifier: RG 17-3A1

ID: 17/RG 17-3A1

Primary Creator: Old Dominion University. Department of English

Extent: 7.6 Linear Feet. More info below.

Arrangement: The collection is sorted first by media type (i.e., printed materials, original video recordings, and digitized video) and then chronologically by year, date, and time.

Subjects: Creative writing, Festivals in literature, Old Dominion University--Dept. of English, Old Dominon University. Library, Writing

Languages: English

Abstract

This collection contains material from the Poetry Jam and first Literary Festival in 1978 and chronicles the annual Literary Festival onwards to the present day. Additional material is added yearly. Materials consist of original and digitized brochures, flyers, and promotional documents; schedules; news clippings; photos; and original and digitized video, as available.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This collection contains material from the Poetry Jam and first Literary Festival in 1978 and chronicles the annual Literary Festival onwards to the present day. Additional material is added yearly. Materials consist of original and digitized brochures, flyers, and promotional documents; schedules; news clippings; photos; and original and digitized video, as available.

Collection Historical Note

In April 1978, the English Department held a Poetry Jam, featuring Richard Wilbur, W. D. Snodgrass, and Dave Smith. The success of the Poetry Jam andthe recent explosion of community interest in the literary, visual, and performing artsin Hampton Roads, led to the First Annual Literary Festival. It was called The Arts Reunion,and it coincided with the arrival of the Associated Writing Programs' national headquarters, the birth of ODU's creative writing program, and the establishment of a Distinguished Visiting Writer position (W. D. Snodgrass was our first). It was a heady time.

The enthusiasm has continued, sustained by ever-increasing university and community support. Each October the Hampton Roads, as well as the University, calendar reminds us that for about a week our area will be home to such writers as Robert Pinsky, Rita Dove, John McPhee, William Styron, Ann Beattie, Charles Johnson, Derek Walcott, and Gwendolyn Brooks.

The diversity of readers, panels, workshops, and community involvement is one of the Festival hallmarks. Every two years the Festival is redesigned by a different English department member. The themes change from year to year. Major writers, cultural diversity, international perspectives, and numerous other approaches have surprised increasingly sophisticated audiences.

Over the years, students from Old Dominion University, surrounding campuses, and high schools have been encouraged to attend the literary events. Few, around the country, have an opportunity to hear and mingle with so many major and aspiring writers. Since Hampton Roads is areader friendlyenvironment, the Festival has consistently attracted patrons of bookstores, libraries, museums, and arts events.

Many of the events have been recorded. Brochures and posters (provided by the University Publications Department), news articles, interviews, and reviews are now housed in the University Archives of the University's Perry Library. Future material will also be collected there.

Because of the importance of this annual event to the university and the community, the Library and English Department have collaborated to preserve and exhibit Festival materials through the Literary Festival Digital Project.

-- Phil Raisor (English Department) and Karen Vaughan (Library)

Chronology:

Poetry Jam, April 1978

First Annual Arts Reunion, September 25-29, 1978

Second Annual Literary Festival, October 1-4, 1979

Third Annual Literary Festival, September 29 - October 1, 1980

Fourth Annual Literary Festival, October 5-8, 1981

Fifth Annual Literary Festival, October 4-7, 1982

Sixth Annual Literary Festival, October 3-6, 1983

Seventh Annual Literary Festival, October 1-4, 1984

Eighth Annual Literary Festival, October 7-10, 1985

Ninth Annual Literary Festival, October 6-9, 1986

Tenth Annual Literary Festival, October 4-8, 1987

Eleventh Annual Literary Festival, October 3-6, 1988

Twelfth Annual Literary Festival, October 2-5, 1989

Thirteenth Annual Literary Festival: City of Words,October 2-4, 1990

Fourteenth Annual Literary Festival: Between the Lines. Fact or Fiction.October 8-10, 1991

Fifteenth Annual Literary Festival: Words at Play,October 4-8, 1992

Sixteenth Annual Literary Festival, October 4-7, 1993

Seventeenth Annual Literary Festival: Cultural Equities,October 3-6, 1994

Eighteenth Annual Literary Festival: World Voice,October 3-5, 1995

Nineteenth Annual Literary Festival: Forbidden Passage,October 10-15, 1996

Twentieth Annual Literary Festival: Fierce Minds at Work,October 14-17, 1997

Twenty-first Annual Literary Festival: Electric Voice. Coming of Age, October 6-9, 1998

Twenty-second Annual Literary Festival: The Spirit of the Word, October 11-15, 1999

Twenty-third Annual Literary Festival: A New World, October 2-6, 2000

Twenty-fourth Annual Literary Festival: Magic, Vision, & Transformation, October 1-5, 2001

Twenty-fifth Annual Literary Festival: The Creative Moment, September 30 - October 5, 2002

Twenty-sixth Annual Literary Festival: Sounds that Mean, September 29-October 3, 2003

Twenty-seventh Annual Literary Festival: Creative Migrations, October 4-8, 2004

Twenty-eighth Annual Literary Festival: Crossings, October 3-7, 2005

Twenty-ninth Annual Literary Festival: Colonial Encounters, October 16-20, 2006

Thirtieth Annual Literary Festival: Tradition and the Individual Voice, October 1-4, 2007

Thirty-first Annual Literary Festival: The Call of Stories, September 23-26, 2008

Thirty-second Annual Literary Festival: Writers in Peace and War, October 6-9, 2009

Thirty-third Annual Literary Festival: Hard Times in America, October 4-8, 2010

Thirty-fourth Annual Literary Festival: The Lie that Tells the Truth, October 3-7, 2011

Thirty-fifth Annual Literary Festival: Words With Teeth, September 30-October 5, 2012

Thirty-sixth Annual Literary Festival: Migrations, October 7-11, 2013

Thirty-seventh Annual Literary Festival: The Hungry Heart is Telling You, October 6-10, 2014

Subject/Index Terms

Creative writing
Festivals in literature
Old Dominion University--Dept. of English
Old Dominon University. Library
Writing

Administrative Information

Repository: Special Collections and University Archives

Accruals: Materials are donated annually by the ODU Literary Festival committee and the ODU English Department.

Alternate Extent Statement: 1 box, 1 Hollinger flip-top box, 1 Hollinger VHS-C box, 6 Hollinger VHS boxes, 7 Hollinger CD boxes

Access Restrictions: The materials in the literary festival collection are available for use in research, teaching, and private study. For these purposes, you may link to or use materials from the Literary Festival website without prior permission, on the condition that you provide a citation to the original source (Old Dominion University Libraries, Annual Literary Festival Web site: http://www.lib.odu.edu/litfest/).

Use Restrictions: The materials may not be altered or amended in any way. If you wish to use these materials for anything other than "fair use", we require that you contact the University Librarian in advance.

Acquisition Source: Original materials were donated by Philip Raisor

Acquisition Method: Additional materials were donated by James McNally, Michael Pearson, Tim Seibles, and other members of the ODU English Department.

Related Materials:

For more information about the Literary Festival, please visit the Annual Literary Festival website which contains digitized video, schedules, and additional information on Literary Festival speakers and directors.

Literary Festival display materials from a University Library display may be also found in the Library Exhibit Archives in the Perry Library Special Collections.

For more information please see http://www.lib.odu.edu/litfest/.

Preferred Citation: [Identification of item], Box [insert number], Folder [insert number and title], Old Dominion University Literary Festival, Special Collections and University Archives, Patricia W. and J. Douglas Perry Library, Old Dominion University Libraries, Norfolk, VA 23529.


Box and Folder Listing


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[Series I: Brochures, Clippings, and Memorabilia, 1977-],
[Series II: Video Tapes, 1978-2002],
[Series III: Digitized Video, 1978-2003],
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Series III: Digitized Video, 1978-2003
Sub-Series A: Compact Discs (CD's), 1978-2003
Compact discs are the most common storage method for digitized video from the Festivals. As such, there are compact discs for virtually every year of the festival that were recorded. This sub-series may be appended, should digitized video from future festivals be stored in this media format.
Box 11
Subgroup 1: 1st Annual Arts Reunion, 1978
Item 1: An Interview with W.D. Snodgrass by Michael McLane, 24 January 1979
Item 2: Reading by Anthony Hecht, 7:30 pm 25 January 1978
Item 3: Reading the Women's Voice. Nancy Bazin, Linda Mizejewski, and Debra Bruce. September 26, 1978. 12:30pm; AWP Reading. Marvin Bell, Ellen Voigt, & David Madden. September 28, 1978. 8pm, 12:30 pm 26 September 1978 and 8:00 pm 28 September 1978
Item 4: Reading by W.D. Snodgras, 8:00 pm 27 September 1978
Item 5: Translation Performance. Stelan Grunwald, Regula Meier, Abbot Sacks, Benjamin Clymer, and Hope Mihalap. September 27, 1978. 12pm; AWP Reading: Ellen Voigt. September 28, 1978. 8pm, 12:00 pm 27 September 1978 and 8:00 pm 28 September 1978
Item 6: AWP Reading. Marvin Bell, Ellen Voigt, and David Madden. September 28, 1978. 8pm; The Final Reunion: Now and Then. Charles Wright. September 29, 1978. 7:30pm, 9:00 pm 28 September 1978 and 7:30 pm 29 September 1978
Item 7: Jazz / Poetry Performance. Martin Pachey Quartet, 12:00 pm 29 September 1978
Item 8: Reading by Anthony Hecht. September 25, 1978. 7:30pm; AWP Reading. William Matthews. September 27, 1978. 2pm; Poetry Quartet. September 29, 1978. 7:30pm; The Final Reunion: Now and Then. Daniel Halpern. September 29, 1978. 7:30pm, 7:30 pm 25 September 1978, 2:00 pm 27 September 1978, and 7:30 pm 29 Septem
Subgroup 2: 15th Annual Literary Festival, 1992
Item 1: Who All Killed Cock Robin? Play by William Patrick. Adapted by W.D. Snodgrass and DeLoss McGraw. Part 1, 7:30 pm 4 October 1992
Item 2: Who All Killed Cock Robin? Play by William Patrick. Adapted by W.D. Snodgrass and DeLoss McGraw. Part 2, 7:30 pm 4 October 1992
Item 3: Who All Killed Cock Robin? Play by William Patrick. Adapted by W.D. Snodgrass and DeLoss McGraw. Part 3, 7:30 pm 4 October 1992
Item 4: Words at Play: A Panel Performance on Childhood and Literature. Jean Fritz, Jay O'Callahan, W.D. Snodgrass, Fred Chappell, and Kathryn Morton. Part 1, 11:00 am 6 October 1992
Item 5: Words at Play: A Panel Performance on Childhood and Literature. Jean Fritz, Jay O'Callahan, W.D. Snodgrass, Fred Chappell, and Kathryn Morton. Part 2, 11:00 am 6 October 1992
Item 6: Words at Play: A Panel Performance on Childhood and Literature. Jean Fritz, Jay O'Callahan, W.D. Snodgrass, Fred Chappell, and Kathryn Morton. Part 3, 11:00 am 6 October 1992
Item 7: Words at Play: A Panel Performance on Childhood and Literature. Jean Fritz, Jay O'Callahan, W.D. Snodgrass, Fred Chappell, and Kathryn Morton. Part 4, 11:00 am 6 October 1992
Item 8: A Staged Reading of Reverse Thunder: A Dramatic Poem by Diane Ackerman. Part 1, 7:30 pm 6 October 1992
Item 9: A Staged Reading of Reverse Thunder: A Dramatic Poem by Diane Ackerman. Part 2, 7:30 pm 6 October 1992
Item 10: A Staged Reading of Reverse Thunder: A Dramatic Poem by Diane Ackerman. Part 3, 7:30 pm 6 October 1992
Item 11: Paul West: Fiction Reading from The women of Whitechapel and Jack the Ripper, 7:30 pm 6 October 1992
Item 12: W.D. Snodgrass & Kathy Snodgrass: Poetry Reading and Slideshow from W.D.'s Midnight Carnival, 11:00 am 7 October 1992
Item 13: Jay O'Callahan: The Art of Storytelling, 7:30 pm 7 October 1992
Item 14: Charles Johnson: Fiction Reading. Part 1, 7:30 pm 8 October 1992
Item 15: Charles Johnson: Fiction Reading. Part 2, 7:30 pm 8 October 1992
Item 16: John Toomey: Original Jazz Performance, 7:30 pm 8 October 1992
Subgroup 3: 18th Annual Literary Festival, 1995
Item 1: Synthesis Motion Theater. Introduction by Evelina Galang, 11:00 am 3 October 1995
Item 2: Fiona Cheong. Fiction, 11:00 am 3 October 1995
Item 3: Quraysh Ali. Poetry, 1:00 pm 3 October 1995
Item 4: When Political Struggle in Literature Stops Being Literature. Dana Heller, Agha Shahid Ali, Quaraysh Ali, and Evan Boland. Part 1, 3:00 pm 3 October 1995
Item 5: When Political Struggle in Literature Stops Being Literature. Dana Heller, Agha Shahid Ali, Quaraysh Ali, and Evan Boland. Part 2, 3:00 pm 3 October 1995
Box 12
Subgroup 3: 18th Annual Literary Festival, 1995
Item 6: Hymn for the Fainthearted Dance and Poetry by Evan Boland, 7:45 pm 3 October 1995
Item 7: Tim Seibles. Poetry, 11:00 am 4 October 1995
Item 8: Agha Shahid Ali. Poetry. Part 1, 3:00 pm 4 October 1995
Item 9: Agha Shahid Ali. Poetry. Part 2, 3:00 pm 4 October 1995
Item 10: Ninotchka Rosca. Fiction Reading, 8:00 pm 4 October 1995
Item 11: Mary Crow. Poetry. Part 1, 11:00 am 5 October 1995
Item 12: Mary Crow. Poetry. Part 2, 11:00 am 5 October 1995
Item 13: Silencing of Women: Direct and Indirect Censorship. Ninotchka Rosca, 3:00 pm 5 October 1995
Item 14: Illocana United Youth Dance Troupe, 7:45 pm 5 October 1995
Item 15: Ariel Dorfman. Fiction, 8:00 pm 5 October 1995
Subgroup 4: 20th Annual Literary Festival, 1997
Item 1: Cornelius Eady. Poetry. Part 1, 10:00 am 14 October 1997
Item 2: Cornelius Eady. Poetry. Part 2, 10:00 am 14 October 1997
Item 3: Melissa Faye Green. Non-fiction, 3:00 pm 14 October 1997
Item 4: Mike D'Orso. Journalism and Non-Fiction. Part 1, 10:00 am 15 October 1997
Item 5: Mike D'Orso. Journalism and Non-Fiction. Part 2, 10:00 am 15 October 1997
Item 6: Liz Waldner. Poetry, 2:00 pm 15 October 1997
Item 7: What kind of Fire: Three Genres, Three Truths? Liz Waldner, Reginald McKnight, and Melissa Fay Greene. Part 1, 3:30 pm 15 October 1997
Item 8: What kind of Fire: Three Genres, Three Truths? Liz Waldner, Reginald McKnight, and Melissa Fay Greene. Part 2, 3:30 pm 15 October 1997
Item 9: Reginald McKnight. Fiction. Part 1, 10:00 am 16 October 1997
Item 10: Reginald McKnight. Fiction. Part 2, 10:00 am 16 October 1997
Item 11: Race, Culture, Rage and Compassion by Martin Espada. Part 1, 2:00 pm 16 October 1997
Item 12: Race, Culture, Rage and Compassion by Martin Espada. Part 2, 2:00 pm 16 October 1997
Item 13: Race, Culture, Rage and Compassion by Martin Espada. Part 3, 2:00 pm 16 October 1997
Item 14: Race, Culture, Rage and Compassion by Martin Espada. Part 4, 2:00 pm 16 October 1997
Item 15: Race, Culture, Rage and Compassion by Martin Espada. Part 5, 2:00 pm 16 October 1997
Item 16: Louise Redd. Fiction, 3:30 pm 16 October 1997
Item 17: Marita Golden. Fiction. Part 1, 10:00 am 17 October 1997
Item 18: Marita Golden. Fiction. Part 2, 10:00 am 17 October 1997
Item 19: Richard Hell. Fiction. Part 1, 2:00 pm 17 October 1997
Box 13
Subgroup 4: 20th Annual Literary Festival, 1997
Item 20: Richard Hell. Fiction. Part 2, 2:00 pm 17 October 1997
Item 21: The Rub Between Fiction and Non-Fiction. Richard Hell, Gay Talese, Mike D'Orso, Louise Redd. Part 1, 3:30 pm 17 October 1997
Item 22: The Rub Between Fiction and Non-Fiction. Richard Hell, Gay Talese, Mike D'Orso, Louise Redd. Part 2, 3:30 pm 17 October 1997
Item 23: The Rub Between Fiction and Non-Fiction. Richard Hell, Gay Talese, Mike D'Orso, Louise Redd. Part 3, 3:30 pm 17 October 1997
Item 24: Gay Telese. Non-fiction. Part 1, 8:00 pm 17 October 1997
Item 25: Gay Telese. Non-fiction. Part 2, 8:00 pm 17 October 1997
Subgroup 5: 21st Annual Literary Festival, 1998
Item 1: Tony Grooms. Fiction and Poetry, 2:00 pm 6 October 1998
Item 2: Jane Bernstein. Non-fiction, 3:30 pm 6 October 1998
Item 3: Robert Pinsky. Part 1, 8:00 pm 6 October 1998
Item 4: Robert Pinsky. Part 2, 8:00 pm 6 October 1998
Item 5: Robert Pinsky. Part 3, 8:00 pm 6 October 1998
Item 6: Jacqueline Woodson. Fiction, 10:00 am 7 October 1998
Item 7: Jack Myers. Poetry, 2:00 pm 7 October 1998
Item 8: Jack Myers. Poetry, 2:00 pm 7 October 1998
Item 9: Saying What You Mean: The Art of Honesty. Jack Myers and Jacqueline Woodson. Part 1, 10:00 am 7 October 1998
Item 10: Saying What You Mean: The Art of Honesty. Jack Myers and Jacqueline Woodson. Part 2, 10:00 am 7 October 1998
Item 11: Saying What You Mean: The Art of Honesty. Jack Myers and Jacqueline Woodson. Part 1, 10:00 am 7 October 1998
Item 12: Saying What You Mean: The Art of Honesty. Jack Myers and Jacqueline Woodson. Part 2, 10:00 am 7 October 1998
Item 13: Nicole Brossard. Poetry, fiction, and non-fiction. Part 1, 8:00 pm 7 October 1998
Item 14: Nicole Brossard. Poetry, fiction, and non-fiction. Part 2, 8:00 pm 7 October 1998
Item 15: Scott Cairns. Poetry, 10:00 am 8 October 1998
Item 16: Open Mike. Part 1, 11:00 am 8 October 1998
Item 17: Open Mike. Part 2, 11:00 am 8 October 1998
Item 18: Tony Hoagland. Poetry, 2:00 pm 8 October 1998
Item 19: A New Dialogue: Asian and Asian-American Writers in America. Li-Young Lee and Maria Luisa Carino. Part 1, 3:30 pm 8 October 1998
Item 20: A New Dialogue: Asian and Asian-American Writers in America. Li-Young Lee and Maria Luisa Carino. Part 2, 3:30 pm 8 October 1998
Item 21: Sena Naslund. Fiction. Part 1, 2:00 pm 9 October 1998
Item 22: Sena Naslund. Fiction. Part 2, 2:00 pm 9 October 1998
Subgroup 6: 22nd Annual Literary Festival, 1999
Item 1: Phillip Raisor: Overview of the Literary Festival; Michael Pearson: Review of the 22nd Annual Literary Festival; Gary Short: Introduction to Rita Dove; and Michael Pearson: Closing Remarks, October 1999
Box 14
Subgroup 7: 23rd Annual Literary Festival, 2000
Item 1: Tim O'Brien. Part 1, 8:00 pm 3 October 2000
Item 2: Tim O'Brien. Part 2, 8:00 pm 3 October 2000
Item 3: Tim O'Brien. Part 3, 8:00 pm 3 October 2000
Item 4: MFA Faculty Reading. Luisa Igloria, Michael Pearson, Janet Peery, Sheri Reynolds, Tim Seibles, and Gary Short. Part 1, 4:00 pm 6 October 2000
Item 5: MFA Faculty Reading. Luisa Igloria, Michael Pearson, Janet Peery, Sheri Reynolds, Tim Seibles, and Gary Short. Part 2, 4:00 pm 6 October 2000
Subgroup 8: 24th Annual Literary Festival, 2001
Item 1: Festival Preview: Roberly Bell, 2:30 pm 30 September 2001
Item 2: Graduates of ODU MFA Program: Terry Perrel, Temple West, Tom Yuill. Part 1, 4:00 pm 1 October 2001
Item 3: Graduates of ODU MFA Program: Terry Perrel, Temple West, Tom Yuill. Part 2, 4:00 pm 1 October 2001
Item 4: Roseann Runte. Part 1, 8:00 pm 1 October 2001
Item 5: Roseann Runte. Part 2, 8:00 pm 1 October 2001
Item 6: Agyma Kamau, 2:00 pm 2 October 2001
Item 7: Sheryl St. Germain, 4:00 pm 2 October 2001
Item 8: Holly Hughes. Part 1, 8:00 pm 2 October 2001
Item 9: Holly Hughes. Part 2, 8:00 pm 2 October 2001
Item 10: Eugene Gloria, 4:00 pm 3 October 2001
Item 11: Marjorie Agosin. Part 1, 8:00 pm 3 October 2001
Item 12: Marjorie Agosin. Part 2, 8:00 pm 3 October 2001
Item 13: Joseph Skibell. Part 1, 4:00 pm 4 October 2001
Item 14: Joseph Skibell. Part 2, 4:00 pm 4 October 2001
Item 15: Greg Bottoms. Part 1, 2:00 pm 5 October 2001
Item 16: Greg Bottoms. Part 2, 2:00 pm 5 October 2001
Item 17: Greg Bottoms. Part 3, 2:00 pm 5 October 2001
Item 18: Karen McElmurray. Part 1, 4:00 pm 5 October 2001
Item 19: Karen McElmurray. Part 2, 4:00 pm 5 October 2001
Item 20: Dorothy Allison. Part 1, 8:00 pm 5 October 2001
Item 21: Dorothy Allison. Part 2, 8:00 pm 5 October 2001
Item 22: Dorothy Allison. Part 3, 8:00 pm 5 October 2001
Item 23: Dorothy Allison. Part 4, 8:00 pm 5 October 2001
Item 24: Dorothy Allison. Part 5, 8:00 pm 5 October 2001
Box 15
Subgroup 9: 25th Annual Literary Festival, 2002
Item 1: Writing Women's Voices. Debra Bruce and Lenore Hart. Part 1, 2:00 pm 30 September 2002
Item 2: Writing Women's Voices. Debra Bruce and Lenore Hart. Part 2, 2:00 pm 30 September 2002
Item 3: The Round Square: Readings in a Fluid Box. Luisa Igloria, Michael Pearson, Janet Peery, Sheri Reynolds, Tim Seibles, and Brian Silberman. Part 1, 8:00 pm 30 September 2002
Item 4: The Round Square: Readings in a Fluid Box. Luisa Igloria, Michael Pearson, Janet Peery, Sheri Reynolds, Tim Seibles, and Brian Silberman. Part 2, 8:00 pm 30 September 2002
Item 5: Poem as Community, Community as Poem. Universes -- Gamel Abdel Chasten, Lemon, Flaco Navaja, Steven Sapp, and Mildred Ruiz. Part 1, 12:30 pm 1 October 2002
Item 6: Poem as Community, Community as Poem. Universes -- Gamel Abdel Chasten, Lemon, Flaco Navaja, Steven Sapp, and Mildred Ruiz. Part 2, 12:30 pm 1 October 2002
Item 7: Readings Across the Color Lines. Wanda Coleman and Gregory H. Williams. Part 1, 8:00 pm 1 October 2002
Item 8: Readings Across the Color Lines. Wanda Coleman and Gregory H. Williams. Part 2, 8:00 pm 1 October 2002
Item 9: Creative Non-fiction. The Prismatic Genre. David Fenza, Philip Gerard, and Valerie Miner. Part 1, 11:00 am 2 October 2002
Item 10: Creative Non-fiction. The Prismatic Genre. David Fenza, Philip Gerard, and Valerie Miner. Part 2, 11:00 am 2 October 2002
Item 11: An Association of Readers. Allison Joseph, Pablo Medina, and Mark Winegardner. Part 1, 2:00 pm 2 October 2002
Item 12: An Association of Readers. Allison Joseph, Pablo Medina, and Mark Winegardner. Part 2, 2:00 pm 2 October 2002
Item 13: An Evening of Translation and Performance. W.D. Snodgrass, Steve Kelley, Frederick Lubich, Marilyn Marloff, Agnes Mobley-Wynne, Peter Schulman, and Lee Teply. Part 1, 8:00 pm 2 October 2002
Item 14: An Evening of Translation and Performance. W.D. Snodgrass, Steve Kelley, Frederick Lubich, Marilyn Marloff, Agnes Mobley-Wynne, Peter Schulman, and Lee Teply. Part 2, 8:00 pm 2 October 2002
Item 15: Re-reading the Literary Festival. Evelina Galang, William B. Patrick, Peggy Shumaker, and Wayne Ude. Part 1, 11:00 am 3 October 2002
Item 16: Re-reading the Literary Festival. Evelina Galang, William B. Patrick, Peggy Shumaker, and Wayne Ude. Part 2, 11:00 am 3 October 2002
Item 17: Re-reading the Literary Festival. Evelina Galang, William B. Patrick, Peggy Shumaker, and Wayne Ude. Part 3, 11:00 am 3 October 2002
Item 18: Forging the Individual Mind. Mark Doty. Part 1, 2:00 pm 3 October 2002
Item 19: Forging the Individual Mind. Mark Doty. Part 2, 2:00 pm 3 October 2002
Item 20: President's Lecture Series. Susan Sontag. Part 1, 8:00 pm 3 October 2002
Item 21: President's Lecture Series. Susan Sontag. Part 2, 8:00 pm 3 October 2002
Item 22: President's Lecture Series. Susan Sontag. Part 3, 8:00 pm 3 October 2002
Item 23: Given that the Painter is a Poet, the Poet a Painter. Mark Doty, W.D. Snodgrass, Donald Roller Wilson, and Linda McGreevy. Part 1, 11:00 am 4 October 2002
Item 24: Given that the Painter is a Poet, the Poet a Painter. Mark Doty, W.D. Snodgrass, Donald Roller Wilson, and Linda McGreevy. Part 2, 11:00 am 4 October 2002
Item 25: Reinventing Nature. Barbara Hurd, Robert Richardson, Marjorie Sandor, and Tom Robotham. Part 1, 2:00 pm 4 October 2002
Item 26: Reinventing Nature. Barbara Hurd, Robert Richardson, Marjorie Sandor, and Tom Robotham. Part 2, 2:00 pm 4 October 2002
Item 27: Reinventing Nature. Barbara Hurd, Robert Richardson, Marjorie Sandor, and Tom Robotham. Part 3, 2:00 pm 4 October 2002
Item 28: Virginia Deep in the Bones. R.H.W. Dillard, George Garrett, Henry Taylor, and Ellen Bryant Voigt. Part 1, 8:00 pm 4 October 2002
Item 29: Virginia Deep in the Bones. R.H.W. Dillard, George Garrett, Henry Taylor, and Ellen Bryant Voigt. Part 2, 8:00 pm 4 October 2002
Item 30: A Final Celebration. Stephen Dunn. Part 1, 8:00 pm 5 October 2002
Item 31: A Final Celebration. Stephen Dunn. Part 2, 8:00 pm 5 October 2002
Box 16
Subgroup 10: 26th Annual Literary Festival, 2003
Item 1: Rhoda Stamell, 2:00 pm 30 September 2003
Item 2: Jamie Callan. Part 1, 8:00 pm 30 September 2003
Item 3: Jamie Callan. Part 2, 8:00 pm 30 September 2003
Item 4: Paul Miller, a.k.a. DJ Spooky that Subliminal Kid. Part 1, 12:00 pm 1 October 2003
Item 5: Paul Miller, a.k.a. DJ Spooky that Subliminal Kid. Part 2, 12:00 pm 1 October 2003
Item 6: Michael Pearson and Phil Raisor. Part 1, 2:00 pm 1 October 2003
Item 7: Michael Pearson and Phil Raisor. Part 2, 2:00 pm 1 October 2003
Item 8: Rick Skwiot. Part 1, 10:00 am 2 October 2003
Item 9: Rick Skwiot. Part 2, 10:00 am 2 October 2003
Item 10: Marilyn Chin, 11:00 am 3 October 2003
Item 11: Peter Meinke. Part 1, 3:00 pm 3 October 2003
Item 12: Peter Meinke. Part 2, 3:00 pm 3 October 2003
Sub-Series B: Other Media, 1999
While most digitized video is stored on compact discs, video from the 22nd Festival is stored on a Jazz disc. This year's video consists of the Rita Dove Final Event with Philip Raisor, Mike Pearson, and Gary Short. The original date of recording is October 15, 1999. It was migrated to a digital format on March 1, 2000.
Box 16
Subgroup 1: 22nd Annual Literary Festival, 1999
Item 1: Rita Dove Final Event (with Philip Raisor, Mike Pearson, Gary Short), 8:00 pm 15 October 1999

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