15 Archival description results for Canadian literature
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- 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 F0167
Fonds consists of correspondence; administrative, financial, personnel, circulation and statistical records; subscription lists; promotional material; clippings files; manuscripts submitted for publication consideration; and printing layouts and proofs.
Canadian Review (Periodical)
- CA ACU SPC F0040
Fonds consists of correspondence, various survey returns, research material for CANLIT publications and other miscellaneous material.
- CA ACU SPC C0024
Collection consists of material relating to At the moment: alternative poetries and communities in English Canada since 1960 including audio cassettes containing interviews with Canadian poets, transcriptions of seven of the interviews and complete manuscript of the interview volume of the book. File also includes conference pack and photographs relating to "Les Femmes et Les Textes / Women and Texts", an international conference co-organized by Susan Rudy at The University of Leeds, Leeds, England, July 2-5, 1997.
- CA ACU SPC F0059
Fonds consists of the following series: correspondence; financial; administration; promotion and marketing; manuscripts and artwork; and creative files.
- CA ACU ARC F0342
Fonds consists of manuscripts of drafts, proofs, notes, research articles, correspondence and other related material to S. Mayr's published novels.
- CA ACU SPC F0180
Fonds consists of correspondence; manuscripts, ranging from fragments and rough drafts to printers' copies and page proofs, of novels, short stories, short story collections, stage plays, poetry and lyrics; screenplays by G. Vanderhaeghe and others based on G. Vanderhaeghe's works; articles, book reviews, essays, lectures and speeches; promotional material; articles, essays and thesis about G. Vanderhaeghe and his works; interviews with the author; miscellaneous material; works by other authors; and published work.
- CA ACU SPC F0240
Consists of Hamilton's records of his writing activities related to the first 13 of his Ava Lee novels and two Uncle Chow Tung novels, published between 2010 and 2019. The materials include one or two typescripts drafts for each book, line edits in hand (except for Couturier of Milan and Dragon Head King of Hong Kong), editors comments (except for Couturier of Milan and Dragon Head King of Hong Kong), page proofs as well as one research notebook, published reviews and interviews and some original book cover designs for Ava Lee novels. The novels are: Water Rat of Wanchai (#1), Disciple of Las Vegas (#2), Wild Beasts of Wuhan (#3), Red Pole of Macau (#4), Scottish Banker of Surabaya (#5), Two Sisters of Borneo (#6), King of Shanghai (#7), Princeling of Nanjing (#8), Couturier of Milan (#9), Imam of Tawi Tawi (#10), Goddess of Yantai (#11), Mountain Mask of Sha Tin (#12), Dragon Head King of Hong Kong (prequel #0.5/#13), Uncle Chow Tung novel (#1) -Fate, Uncle Chow Tung novel (#2) -Foresight.
Hamilton, William Ian
- CA ACU SPC F0342-S0001
Part of Dr. Suzette Mayr Fonds
Series consists of manuscript drafts and fragments from Dr. Mayr's novels: Moon Honey (1995 NeWest Press), The Widows (1998 NeWest Press), Venous Hum (2004 Arsenal Pulp Press) and Monoceros (2011 Coach House Books). Series includes handwritten, typescript and digital drafts with edits comments, feedback and correspondence with editors including Nicole Markotic, Rosemary Nixon, Nancy Jo Cullen and Aritha van Herk. Contents include assorted research materials and correspondence with the presses that published her works.