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Beth Powning [moving images]
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Series 4, program 11
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producer and director, Chris Beckett ; co-producer and host, Lesley Choyce ; a production of Mount Saint Vincent University
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2005, May 9 (Creation)
- Distance University Education for Television
- Halifax, Nova Scotia
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1 videocassette (27 min., 57 sec..) : metal participle, analog, col., Betacam SP.
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Began in 1982
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This recording contains an interview with Beth Powning, author of "Shadow Child," and "Hatbox Letters." In this interview Powning and Choyce discuss living in New Brunswick as well as Powning's novels and writing process.
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Arrangement is imposed by Archivist.
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Available digitally in .MOV and uncompressed .AVI formats.
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For research purposes only. Copyright held by Mount Saint Vincent University. For publication permissions, contact Archivist.
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Created March 25, 2019 by Taylor McCuaig.