"The Peggy Denny Show." Interview about novel, Carolina Mountain Song, June 2011
The Beach Bob Oldies Show. Interviews and remote appearances for Carolina Mountain Song, summer 2011.
"Elizabeth Allston Pringle: The Life in the Work." Sponsored by the South Carolina Committee for the Humanities. Two-day conference for a general audience: I gave two papers as well as planning, organizing and directing the conference as a whole; lectured and taught at four local high schools the week preceeding the conference; prepared special exhibit of photographs and edited a booklet of excerpts from her writings.
"William Faulkner: The Hollywood Years." Co-Director of three day international conference held at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, December 1992. Included special showings of films he had worked on in Hollywood and a special exhibit of photographs, many never before exhibited.
"William Faulkner: A Celebration of the Man and his Work." Co-Director of a series of international conferences celebrating the centenary of Faulkner's birth, 1997. The conference in Rome, Italy included a huge outdoor sculpture installation ,exhibit, & lectures at the San Gregoria Cathedral.
William Gilmore Simms Society Conference. Director. Four-day conference devoted to the 19th Century Southern man of letters. Sponsored in connection with the South Caroliniana Library, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC. April 17-20, 2002.
Participant in Richard M. Weaver Symposium, Sponsored by the Liberty Fund. Three-day Symposium, Savannah, Georgia, May 2002.
TELEVISION AND RADIO PRODUCTIONS
"Merrittsville: Lost Village of the Dark Corner." Film documentary with Mann Batson, historian. Produced by Anne Blythe; Directed by Ron Long. June 201 I.
"Dark Corner: History & Stories." WMUU Radio Broadcast with Mann Batson. Jan 2011.
"A History of the Dark Corner: Icons of theBlue Ridge and Cherokee Valley." Documentary with historian Mann Batson, narrator; Mr. Ron. S. Long, Videographer; Dr. Anne Blythe, Director. In production 2010. With accompanying book and maps.
"South Carolina Women Writers from the 17th to the 20th Centuries." Two 30-minute programs produced with South Carolina Educational Television. Written, directed, and narrated by Anne M. Blythe. May 1990. A regular on SCETV's educational programming.
"Tall Tales from the Hunters' Camp: Two Stories by William Gilmore Simms." Co-produced with Director, Robert Clem, at South Carolina Educational Radio studies. 1992. Picked up by National Public Radio.
"William Faulkner, The Man: An Appreciation of his Work by his Fellow Writers." Producer, with Director, Robert Clem, of a series of audio interviews with Shelby Foote, George Garrett, Fred Chappell, Andrew Lytle, and Jill Faulkner Summers. Interviews complete.
"Circle of Inheritance: A History of Colonial South Carolina." Video produced by the Colonial Dames of America in the State of South Carolina and South Carolina Educational Television, Columbia, SC, 1999. Blythe was grant writer, script supervisor and editor; and author of
accompanying Teacher and Viewer Guide.