CA ACU SPC F0002-S0001-FL0139 · File · 1970-1985Part of Clark Blaise fonds.
- Letters (1970 March 5-1985 June 4), from representatives of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, chiefly Robert Weaver, to Clark Blaise.
- Letters regarding the broadcast of various C. Blaise works, primarily on Anthology, the possible dramatization of several works, particularly the television script Paki written for For the record, the commissioning of a short story for broadcast and publication, guest appearances on CBC by Clark Blaise and the submission of work to Tamarack Review. Includes three schedules for Anthology and twelve reviews of the anthology Small wonders edited by Robert Weaver which includes the short story South by Clark Blaise.
- Includes references to the following: Extractions and contractions; Eyes; A class of new Canadians; Snow people; He raises me up; At the lake; A North American education : short story collection; I'm dreaming of Rocket Richard; The swollen and the crisp; The unmaking of a bourgeois; The Tagore lecture; Tribal justice; The sense of an ending; Days and nights in Calcutta; Lunar attractions; Paki; South; Man and myth; Memories of unhousement.