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Scottish Centre for Geopoetics poetry reading, 20.01.1996. Cassettes 1 and 2.

By: White, Kenneth 1936-.
Contributor(s): Anderson, Ian | Fellows, Gerrie 1954- | Fellows, Gerrie 1954- | Jamieson, Robert Alan 1958- | Jamieson, Robert Alan 1958- | White, Kenneth 1936- | British Broadcasting Corporation. BBC Radio 2 | British Broadcasting Corporation. BBC Radio Scotland.
Material type: materialTypeLabelMusicPublisher: 1996Subject(s): White, Kenneth, 1936- | Scottish Centre for Geopoetics | conversations & interviews < bibliographical forms & other media < books & literature < artistic & cultural themes < intellectual life < personal existence < mankind | geopoetics < place in relation to poetry < philosophical & abstract themes < intellectual life < personal existence < mankindGeneral Note: Private recording. The reading was held at the Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, with support from the Scottish Arts Council. Tape 1: Gerrie Fellows, Robert Alan Jamieson and Kenneth White reading, with a talk by Kenneth White about the Centre for Geopoetics. Tape 2: Kenneth White, cont. Also two BBC Radio interviews with Kenneth White (in conversation with Ian Anderson, recorded in Jan/Feb 1996..
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SPL Reference Scottish Poetry Library
Audio Tapes, Spoken Word - Reference
st 3.Whi.-1 (Browse shelf) Not for loan 18749
SPL Reference Scottish Poetry Library
Audio Tapes, Spoken Word - Reference
st 3.Whi.-2 (Browse shelf) Not for loan 18750
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Private recording. The reading was held at the Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, with support from the Scottish Arts Council. Tape 1: Gerrie Fellows, Robert Alan Jamieson and Kenneth White reading, with a talk by Kenneth White about the Centre for Geopoetics. Tape 2: Kenneth White, cont. Also two BBC Radio interviews with Kenneth White (in conversation with Ian Anderson, recorded in Jan/Feb 1996.

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