Poetry reading featuring Stacey Lynn Brown (Audio)

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Description
  • Stacey Lynn Brown poetry reading at Duff's Restaurant. Recording Index: Introduction (0:00); "When I was four…" (5:11); "Down south, all it takes to be a church…" (7:26); "If you would, or could not do for yourself…"(9:12); Gaither Memory No. 42 (10:25); "Forgive me, Pumpkin…" (12:06); No. 7 (12:40); Gaither's Vacation Postcard to Her Husband (13:36); "Keeping us is what they called it..." (14:48); "Georgia boasts the largest outcrop of granite in the world..." (15:46) [poem starts at 17:13]; "The first time I ever spit the word 'racist' at my father..." (19:11). "Forgive her, Pumpkin..." (20:57); "Three a.m. feedings were bottled affairs..." (21:40); "Whenever Gaither got fired, Juanita would step in..." (22:35); "At the Flannery O'Connor homestead..." (23:35); "When it came time, I would leave the south..." (23:55); "When I missed the south the most..." (24:28); "Sepia sister of a different kind..." (24:57); Gaither Memory, the last (26:30); Gaither memory, every working day (28:30); Epilogue pt 1 (29:42),
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Contributors
Funder
  • Funding provided by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission through the Access to Historical Records grant
Publisher
  • Washington University in St. Louis
Source
  • mp3 edited access file was created from unedited access file which was sourced from preservation WAV file that was generated from original audio cassette.
Language
  • English
Identifier
  • CASS.836
Series
  • River Styx at Duff's
  • River Styx Archive (MSS127), 1973-2001
Note
  • Cut about a minute and a half of intro (irrelevant); audio for Brown cuts off abrubly at end in the middle of last poem
Extent
  • 00H30M26S
Description standard
Publication place
  • St. Louis, Missouri
Date issued
  • 2009-04-20T00:00:00Z
Collection
Visibility Open Access
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