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Renée Paris.

  • CA ACU SPC F0004-S0001-FL0434
  • Pasta/Processo
  • 1974 January 8 - 1983 October 11
  • Parte de Michael Cook fonds.

  • Correspondence between Renée Paris, Literary Agent, and Michael Cook.
  • Correspondence regarding contracts, royalties and other details relating to the publication and production of various M. Cook works. Includes contracts and correspondence between R. Paris and editors, publishers, producers, directors and others forwarded by R. Paris to M. Cook. Includes essay by Constance Brissenden for the M. Cook entry in the St. James Press reference book Contemporary dramatists. 4 p. Typescript (photocopy).

Theatre New Brunswick.

  • CA ACU SPC F0004-S0001-FL0512
  • Pasta/Processo
  • 1973 December [?] - 1980 June 11
  • Parte de Michael Cook fonds.

  • Correspondence between representatives of Theatre New Brunswick and Michael Cook.
  • Correspondence regarding Theatre New Brunswick's production of The head, guts and soundbone dance in 1974 and the submission of other M. Cook works.

Alden Nowlan and Walter Learning conferences - La Svengali : sound recordings

Taped conferences of A. Nowlan and W. J. Learning discussing writing and revising radio play La Svengali. Cassette 1 discussion about development of preliminary script; described by A. Nowlan as "Tape of first working session (Alden Nowlan and Walter Learning) on 'La Svengali' radio play - 1981-1982". Cassette 2 discussion about revisions suggested by Urjo Kareda and Ted _____. Draft discussed in tape 2 probably in MsC 40.41.1-2. Correspondence with W. J. Learning suggests item 1 recorded Fall 1981, and item 2 early in 1982. Includes references to the following: Alden Nowlan and Walter Learning conferences - La Svengali.

Nowlan, Claudine.

  • Tributes paid to Alden Nowlan following his death, 1983 - 1984 March.
  • Tributes in periodicals, in University of New Brunswick Department of English annual report for 1982-1983 and in welcoming remarks at 1983 Maritime Writers' Workshop. Those paying tribute to A. Nowlan include Lesley Choyce, Ted Jones, Joseph Sherman, Stephen Franklin, Gregory M. Cook, Michael O. Nowlan, Robert Gibbs, Harry Bruce, Peter Thomas, Frank J. Ledwell, Clifton Whiten, Eli Mandel, Irving Layton and Janice Tyrwhitt. MsC 40.120.1.3, a special Alden Nowlan tribute edition of the Pottersfield Portfolio, v. 5, 1983-1984, contains L. Choyce's tribute and interview; poems Field day, The morning's mail and Home from the wars by A. Nowlan; and poem dedicated to A. Nowlan, The final gesture by Allan Cooper. MsC 40.120.2.5, UNB Perspectives, v. 10, no. 2, September 1983, contains eulogy delivered by Walter J. Learning at A. Nowlan's funeral. MsC 40.120.2.6, Poetry Canada Review, v. 5, no. 1, Fall 1983, contains several tributes by Canadian poets, A. Nowlan's poem He and untitled poem about A. Nowlan by C. Whiten. Includes duplicates of some items. Includes references to the following: Field day; The morning's mail; Home from the wars; He.

Frankenstein : the man who became god : promotional material and playbill

Playbill and promotional poster for Alberta Theatre Project's Calgary production which ran May 1-28, 1988; and newsclipping of promotional article from the Calgary Herald. Includes second copy of playbill. Stage play co-authored by A. Nowlan and Walter J. Learning. Includes references to the following: Frankenstein : the man who became god.

Toronto Arts Productions.

  • Correspondence (1976 April 5 - 1978 September 6), between representatives of Toronto Arts Productions and Alden Nowlan and Walter Learning.
  • Correspondence relating to an invitation to read poetry and to the Toronto Arts Productions' staging of The incredible murder of Cardinal Tosca in October 1978. Item 4 discusses in some detail suggested script revisions for The incredible murder of Cardinal Tosca. Includes references to the following: The incredible murder of Cardinal Tosca : stage play.

University Of New Brunswick. Harriet Irving Library.

  • Correspondence (1970(?) March 5 - 1983 March or April), between various librarians at the Harriet Irving Library, University of New Brunswick, and Alden Nowlan.
  • Correspondence relating to the acquisition of several of A. Nowlan's poetry books, expressing interest in acquiring A. Nowlan's literary papers, and discussing the possibility of acquiring the manuscripts of plays co-authored by A. Nowlan and Walter Learning. Includes references to the following: The things which are; Under the ice; A darkness in the earth; Miracle at Indian River : short story collection; A black plastic button and a yellow yoyo : poetry collection; The gardens of the wind.

The dollar woman, Act I : stage play : fragments

Typescript, typescript (carbon copy) and holograph rough draft fragments. Characters are called Daniel, Lucy and Lew White. Similar single page fragments filed together with no attempt to recreate original order. Single page fragments followed by fragments several pages in length. Stage play co-authored by A. Nowlan and Walter J. Learning. Includes references to the following: The dollar woman : stage play.

The dollar woman, Act I : stage play : fragments

Typescript, typescript (carbon copy) and holograph rough draft fragments. Similar single page fragments filed together with no attempt to recreate original order. Versos of many pages contain Act I script fragments as well as fragments of article or column about hockey and a letter. Stage play co- authored by A. Nowlan and Walter J. Learning. Includes references to the following: The dollar woman : stage play.

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