106 Archival description results for Authors, Canadian
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- CA ACU SPC F0037
Fonds consists of manuscripts of poetry, articles, short stories and talks; scrapbooks containing newsclippings of articles about and poetry by Calgary authors and others; published work; and miscellaneous material.
- CA ACU SPC F0008
Fonds consists of the following series for MsC 40: correspondence (1949-1984); drama (1969-1982); fiction (ca. 1952-1984); poetry (ca. 1951-1983); prose (1950, 1963-1983); published works (1951-1983); audio-visual (192-, 1954-1984); miscellaneous (1952-1984); works on Nowlan (1953-1984); and four small appendices (MsC 59, 61, 106, 119) consisting of material relating to A. Nowlan and acquired from other sources. MsC 59 consists of a sound cassette Remembering Alden Nowlan, taped at a Theatre New Brunswick event paying tribute to A. Nowlan. MsC 106 is a draft of A gift to last, revised by co-author Walter J. Learning in 1989. MsC 119 consists of promotional material for a production of Frankenstein : the man who became god. For description of MsC 61 see entry under Rachel Paulson Pride. Accession 523/92.21 consists of poetry manuscripts; notebooks; reviews and other material relating to publication or productions of A. Nowlan's work after his death in 1983; and twenty-four sound recordings of interviews, radio broadcasts of A. Nowlan's works, tributes paid to the author and other miscellaneous events. Accession 569/95.5 consists of material relating to A. Nowlan including v. 2, no. 4, Summer 1963 issue of Amethyst devoted to him.
- CA ACU SPC F0012
Fonds includes material relating to the life and works of Alice Munro (née Laidlaw) as a writer of novels, short stories, poetry, screenplays and essays. Included are personal, general and business-related correspondence; manuscripts of novels, short stories, screenplays, and poetry; copies and drafts of articles in newspapers and magazines; audio-visual recordings of interviews with Munro and dramatizations of her works; promotional material such as posters; records related to theses and lectures based on her works. Includes writing notebooks and works by others about Munro and her oeuvre.
Munro, Alice Ann
- CA ACU SPC F0068
Fonds consists of business and personal correspondence, contracts and royalty statements; manuscripts, galleys and proofs of novels, short stories, articles, and stage, radio and television plays; manuscripts of English translations of two novels (L'élan d'Amérique and Poussière sur la ville); radio scripts for the series Connaissance d'Aujourd'hui; issues of Le Nouveau Journal; theses and other works written about A. Langevin and his work; and published work.
- CA ACU SPC F0042
Fonds consists of correspondence, preliminary work and research material relating to the novel Resignation, manuscripts of the novel and other miscellaneous material. Resignation dramatizes the issue of the relocation and seizure of property of Japanese Canadians during World War II.
Scantland, Anna Cecile
- CA ACU SPC F0014
Fonds consists of correspondence; manuscripts of novels, short stories, articles, essays, lectures, papers, reviews, speeches, screenplay and thesis; material relating to A. van Herk's editing, teaching, membership in various organizations including the Writers Guild of Alberta and the Alberta Foundation for the Literary Arts, and on various committees; photographs; sound recordings; research material; published work; and works on A. van Herk. Also includes MsC 56, a small appendix consisting of material from the Canadian Book Information Centre described in entry for Canadian Book Information Centre; and MsC 330, an audio cassette recording of A. van Herk reading her short story, Mining darkness, on CBC Radio's Aircraft, March 1989. Accession 857/09.1 consists of 1.32 m of textual records donated by Aritha van Herk and Rudy Wiebe which is restricted during their lifetimes.
Van Herk, Aritha
- CA ACU ARC F0016
Fonds consists almost entirely of Allan Cairns' scholarly and creative writing. A small number of items relating to his teaching responsibilities in the Department of English and to his career as a whole are included amongst the records reflecting his professional activities, and correspondence relating to the publication of his work are filed along with copies of his writings which appeared in print.
Cairns, Allan Thomas Johnstone
- CA ACU SPC C0023
Collection consists of material collected by A. Ravel in researching and writing her doctoral dissertation, The dramatic world of Patricia Joudry (McGill University, 1984). Includes correspondence with P. Joudry and others; newsclippings about P. Joudry and reviews of her works; manuscripts of stage and television plays, novels and prose by P. Joudry; sound recordings of several of P. Joudry's radio plays and sound therapy tapes; and A. Ravel's research material, notes and preliminary work for her dissertation.
- CA ACU SPC F0216
The fonds consists of drafts and completed manuscripts and research materials including recorded interviews for Brennan's published books. Features drafts of his magazine stories and research notes; as well as copies and clippings and research materials for his works as journalist.
Brennan, Brian Anthony
- CA ACU SPC F0011
Fonds consists of correspondence; manuscripts of novels, short stories, articles, essays, book reviews, screenplays and stage plays; works on B. Moore; and miscellaneous material. Also includes five small appendices (MsC 32, 33, 34, 35, 43) consisting of material relating to B. Moore and acquired from other sources. Appendices include television script of A view from across the water; correspondence and contracts relating to publication by Harlequin Books Limited of Wreath for a redhead and The executioners; promotional material and reviews of Citadel Theatre production of Catholics; and sound recording of speech given by B. Moore. MsC 267 consists of postcard from the spinster lady Mary Judith Keogh (the original of Judith Hearne) to B. Moore's aunt, Mrs. McInally, in Belfast circa 1900. Accession 758/04.8 consists of photocopies of letters from B. Moore to William Weintraub, 1951-1976.