Scope and Contents
This collection is a series of interviews of Fred Chappell conducted by Lee Kinard over a 10-year period. All aired in Greensboro on The Good Morning Show. Some of the interviews were conducted on the air while others were conducted at other locations and broadcast later.
Kinard transcribed and edited the tapes, and two copies of the transcription are included.
- 1987 - 1997
- Kinard, Lee (Person)
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Collection is open for research. See Use/Rights statement for instructions on citing or quoting from these interviews.
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Biographical or Historical Information
Fred Chappell is a poet and was a long-time professor of creative writing in the English department at UNCG, where he taught advanced composition, poetry, and fiction. Chappell has won numerous awards and served a 5-year term as poet laureate of North Carolina.
Lee Kinard is the creator and host of the long-running local television program, The Good Morning Show on WFMY-TV. During his career, Kinard also served as a weatherman and news anchor. Kinard received his BA, MA and EdD degrees from UNCG.
1.00 Linear Feet (3 boxes)
Language of Materials
Tapes and transcripts of local television host Lee Kinard interviewing poet and UNCG professor Fred Chappell, dated between 1987 and 1997.
Method of Acquisition
Given by Lee Kinard, March 2003.
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