Neal Hutcheson collection of Jonathan Williams readings, 2001.
- Hutcheson, Neal
- Archival and manuscript material
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Videotapes and other materials from Neal Hutcheson's "Talk About Writing: Jonathan Williams" and "Jonathan Williams Selected Readings," funded by Jim Clark and the North Carolina State University Humanities Extension/Publications Program. The recordings feature Williams reading his poems, but there is also a conversation about H. B. Kitty, the Jargon Society mascot and footage and a script from the NCSU Humanities Extension/Publications Program series, "Talk About Writing: Portraits of North Carolina Writers" in which Williams discusses writing, poetry, and his work.
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- Biographical Sketch of Creators
- Neal Gregory Hutcheson, a North Carolina State University graduate, is a filmmaker in Durham, N.C. He has worked with the North Carolina State University Humanities Extension/Publications Program, the outreach section of the NCSU College of Humanities and Social Science. One of the Program's publications is the "Talk About Writing: Portraits of North Carolina Writers" series of educational videos about the lives and work of prominent writers. Poet Jonathan Williams was born on 8 March 1929 in Asheville, N.C. In 1951, he founded the non-profit Jargon Society, which publishes poetry of lesser-known or forgotten artists.
- In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#5074-z).
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