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Alden Nowlan fonds. Cameron, Barry
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Fiddlehead.

  • Correspondence (n.d., 1967 May 4 - 1983 April 27), between various representatives of Fiddlehead and Alden Nowlan.
  • Correspondence relating to submission and publication of poetry and short stories in regular issues of Fiddlehead, to special issues including the Alden Nowlan special issue and Reflections on a hill behind a town and to a Fiddlehead short story anthology. Includes short biographies for A. Nowlan and Bhikku Bannister (pseudonym for A. Nowlan). (File should be read in conjunction with correspondence with the English Department at the University of New Brunswick.) Includes references to the following: Hide and seek (When my sister and I played...); Danse macabre; Miracle at Indian River : short story; Snapshot; Chance encounter; The salmon brought to gaff; Floating boxes; The Bhikku; The thin red line; Prudence; A black plastic button and a yellow yoyo : poem; A black plastic button and a yellow yoyo : poetry collection; On dreams of war; The last leper in Canada; Police beat; Provincial reformatory : 1947; Brandy of the damned; O'Sullivan's world; About memorials; "Look at the stars," they said; The golden apples of the sun; Dream of man, whale and tiger; Ypres : 1915; Another poem; The things which are; Wind in a rocky country; The rose and the puritan : poetry collection; A darkness in the earth; Under the ice; Bread, wine and salt; On the stairs; The Adam tree; Rumours of war; Alden Nowlan reports; Life and times; Four neo-sonic poems; Talkin boat; Amerika; Peein dews; Ah shung uv inn-oh-sense end uv ex-spear-ay-since; The explorer; Like Ray Milland; Another reunion; Anointed with oils; Hainesville is not the world; A friend for Margaret; True confession; Hartland, N.B., finds its future in the flames; Smoked glass; Double exposure; Between what matters and what seems to matter; He sits down on the floor of a school for the retarded; Star light, star bright; Hospital parking lot; When a man loves his son's bride; Heard the voices again last night; Helen's scar; I lift you up; Storm warnings; Guest spot; He; A bubble dancer and the wickedest man in Carleton Country; The writer-in-residence's poem; For Hans Christian Andersen; He gives himself good advice and does not take it; By Celestial Omnibus to the Twilight Zone.

University Of New Brunswick. Department Of English.

  • Correspondence (n.d., 1966 October 28 - 1983 June 9), between various faculty members of the University of New Brunswick Department of English and Alden Nowlan.
  • Correspondence relating to a request for a letter of reference from Desmond Pacey to accompany A. Nowlan's application for a Guggenheim Fellowship, to the acquisition by UNB of the galleys of the unpublished short story collection The glass roses and other stories, to invitations to give readings and lectures at various UNB classes, workshops and conferences; and discussing how the Canadian climate influences A. Nowlan's literary work as well as various other topics. Includes general departmental correspondence, minutes of departmental meetings (often mentioning A. Nowlan), invitations to social and literary events, as well as several bibliographies and lists of activities prepared by A. Nowlan for inclusion in the annual English Department bibliography. Includes references to the following: Alden Nowlan reports; Alden Nowlan's notebook; The glass roses and other stories; The rose and the puritan : poetry collection; Bread, wine and salt; Under the ice; The things which are; Miracle at Indian River : short story collection; Frankenstein : the man who became god; The incredible murder of Cardinal Tosca : stage play; Christmas at King's Landing; I might not tell everybody this; Will ye let the mummers in? : short story collection; La Svengali; Hurt; God rest ye merry, ladies and gentlemen; Various persons named Kevin O'Brien; Review of Lawrence Martin's The presidents and the prime ministers; Between tears and laughter; Nine Micmac legends; A gift to last; The gardens of the wind; Bobby Sands; The palomino stallion; The execution; Two days before his forty-eighth birthday; A pair of pruning shears; The comedians; Waiting for her; Canadian January night; Warren Pryor; The bull moose; Ypres : 1915; Fly on the blue table; Beginning; In the operating room; Suppose this moment some stupendous question; For Jean Vincent d'Abbadie, Baron St.-Castin; Driving a hard bargain; Looking for Nancy; The mysterious naked man : poem; The broadcaster's poem; The unhappy people; 1914-1918; A night in 1938 and the night after; Night of storm; I, Icarus; My father; Andy Shaw; You can't get there from here; A song to be whispered (Your body consists of so many provinces...); Between the lines; A note on the public transportation system; Two visitors from Utah; He gives himself good advice and does not take it; For Hans Christian Andersen; The writer-in-residence's poem; The year of the revolution; Review of Simma Holt's The other Mrs. Diefenbaker; Review of Judith Fingard's Jack in port; The gospel according to Gadh; Review of John S. Gillis's Too tall, too small; Review of Charles Taylor's Radical Tories; Alden Nowlan's New Brunswick; The two Irelands : Belfast : friendliness amid the barbed wire; The two Irelands : Oh, how Dublin has changed; Nowlan in Ireland : a poet's progress; All on a summer's day.

Nowlan, Claudine.

  • Letters of condolence, telegrams and sympathy cards (n.d., 1983 June 27 - 1984 January 7), from friends to C. and John A. Nowlan.
  • Sympathy cards and letters of condolence paying tribute to Alden Nowlan sent to the Nowlan family following A. Nowlan's death in June 1983. Cards acknowledging contributions to charitable societies made in A. Nowlan's memory precede cards and letters in each file. Items arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Includes references to the following: Alden Nowlan reports; For Claudine because I love her; The mysterious naked man : poetry collection; The rose and the puritan : poetry collection; I might not tell everybody this; Great things have happened; How beautiful art thy feet with shoes; He sits down on the floor of a school for the retarded; Miracle at Indian River : short story collection; Legacy; Alden Nowlan's notebook.

Cameron, Barry.

  • Correspondence (1975 July 31 - 1981 February 7), between B. Cameron and Alden Nowlan.
  • Correspondence relating to an invitation to give a poetry reading at Vanier College, and discussing various topics including B. Cameron's reviews of Shaped by this land and John Metcalf's The teeth of my father. Encloses review of The teeth of my father. Includes references to the following: Shaped by this land.