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Zoë Landale fonds.
CA ACU SPC F0142 · Fundos · 1967-2008

Fonds consists of correspondence and manuscripts of poems, poetry collections, novels, short stories, prose, articles, book reviews, columns, essays and speeches. Also includes journals, notebooks and daytimers; university files including creative writing assignments and teaching-related material; Federation of British Columbia files; Vancouver Industrial Writers Union files including manuscripts for poetry anthology Shop talk edited by Z. Landale; articles, reviews and other material about Z. Landale and her family; material relating to conferences, courses and readings; miscellaneous material; works by others; and published works. Accession 933/13.32 includes records that are additions to existing series: Federation of British Columbia Writers (an award for service acknowledging Landale's presidency, 1989); Works about (articles, catalogues and reviews, 2008-2010); Daytimers and notebooks (2007-2010); Journals (including descriptions of Landale's travels in British Columbia and to New York, and reflections on faith). The accession also consists of personal and business correspondence and manuscript materials for the young adult novel, "Waterlight." A new series is included in this accession on Editing and includes records related to Landale's role as compiler and editor of the anthology "Slice Me Some Truth" (2008-2009).

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Manuscripts
CA ACU SPC F0142-S0002 · Séries · 2012
Parte de Zoë Landale fonds.

Series consists of 2nd proof corrections for "Einstein's Cat," and manuscript records related to "Magic Book."

Editing
CA ACU SPC F0142-S0003 · Séries · 2008-2009
Parte de Zoë Landale fonds.

Series consists of records related to Landale's role as compiler and editor of the anthology "Slice Me Some Truth."

Journals
CA ACU SPC F0142-S0004 · Séries · [200-]-2011
Parte de Zoë Landale fonds.

Series consists of personal and travel journals including descriptions of Landale's travels in British Columbia and New York, and reflections on faith.