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Guy Vanderhaeghe fonds.

  • CA ACU SPC F0180
  • Fonds
  • 1960-2017

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.

Vanderhaeghe, Guy

Published work

  • CA ACU SPC F0008-S0011-FL0007
  • File
  • 1958 November - 1975 August 16
  • Part of Alden Nowlan fonds.

Articles, short stories, poetry and columns by A. Nowlan in or detached from various periodicals and a newspaper, and collected by Rachel Paulson Pride. Includes articles Atlantic chippers say : potato chips aren't just for kids, Would you buy a used globe from this man?, Passing the time with Gerry Regan and Stage fright; short stories Hurt, Lonnie comes home and The last of her sons; poems The people who are gone, In an Irish village, The backbiters and The Mosherville Road; and Telegraph-Journal columns, January 11 and May 31, 1975. All published work with the exception of short story Hurt are also present in the Published Work Series of MsC 40. Arranged chronologically. Includes references to the following: Hurt; Lonnie comes home; The last of her sons; Alden Nowlan reports; Atlantic chippers say : potato chips aren't just for kids; Passing the time with Gerry Regan; Stage fright; Would you buy a used globe from this man?; The backbiters; The Mosherville Road; The people who are gone; In an Irish village.

Poetry manuscripts

Typescript and typescript (carbon copy) drafts of poetry sent by A. Nowlan to Rachel Paulson Pride. Included are For Jamil Baroody; Hunger; The last flight; On being temporarily blind; Poem to accompany a portrait of Sylvia; Sharon, Sharon; A stretchable world; and Various transformations. Poem to accompany a portrait of Sylvia and A stretchable world are about R. P. (Sylvia) Pride; the former poem includes photograph of R. P. Pride. Items 1 and 7 contain A. Nowlan's holograph annotations. Arranged alphabetically by title. Includes references to the following: For Jamil Baroody; Hunger; The last flight; On being temporarily blind; Poem to accompany a portrait of Sylvia; Sharon, Sharon; A stretchable world; Various transformations.

Smith, Elizabeth.

  • Fredericton's own poet-gourmet : Alden Nowlan.
  • Detached from unidentified, undated periodical, probably associated with University of New Brunswick. (See correspondence with E. Smith.) Also contains poems He is astonished upon opening the door, Professor Squint's valedictory, Meeting, The great rejection, The jealous wife and Adam's song, p. 3; and short story Night watch, p. 6. Includes references to the following: He is astonished upon opening the door; Professor Squint's valedictory; Meeting; The great rejection; The jealous wife; Adam's song; Night watch : short story/novel chapter.

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.

Fiddlehead.

  • CA ACU SPC F0008-S0009-FL0015
  • File
  • Fredericton, N.B. : University of New Brunswick : St. Thomas University, 1969.
  • Part of Alden Nowlan fonds.

  • Alden Nowlan special issue.
  • The Fiddlehead, no. 81, August-October 1969. Special Alden Nowlan issue featuring poetry and short story by A. Nowlan; and biographical sketch, bibliography, interview and essays relating to A. Nowlan and his work. Sketch of A. Nowlan by Marjory Donaldson; drawings by Tom Forrestall; issue edited by Robert Cockburn. Includes references to the following: On the stairs; Two poems for the Nova Scotia Department of Highways; In memoriam : Claude Orser (1894-1968); Stoney Ridge dance hall; Comparison; The stenographer; The grove beyond the barley; His native place; Playing the Jesus game : poem; X-ray; A black plastic button and a yellow yoyo : poem; The barmaid's daughter; A mime for lovers; The silence; For Claudine, because I love her; Daisies; Picking raspberries; October snow storm.

Program of poems used for last poetry reading

Photocopies of poems with A. Nowlan's holograph annotation of cues. Poems preceded by Claudine Nowlan's holograph list of poems to be read by A. Nowlan and Yvonne Trainer. Item described as "Program of poems used for last poetry reading given with Yvonne Trainor (sic) at U.N.B. on May __ 1983". Includes references to the following: I, Icarus; Refuge at eight; The anatomy of angels; Weakness; Aunt Jane; My father; The night nurse; In the operating room; Suddenly, a stranger; Morning of the third operation; Escape from Eden; Rivalry; A very common prescription; A little-travelled road; The waiter's smile; On being detested by a friend; Temptation; He reflects upon his own stupidity; A drive in the country; A Jansenist with a snow shovel; On the stairs; What happened when he went to the store for bread; Star light, star bright; Stars; Canadian love song.

Poems by other poets

Typescript and typescript (photocopy) poems without accompanying correspondence. Item 3, a Dalhousie Review off-print, contains holograph annotation "Best wishes - Giorgio Di Cicco". Arranged alphabetically by poet.

Gardens of the wind : sound recording

Taped from Canadian Broadcasting Corporation radio broadcast on Anthology, March 7, 1970. Brief biographical introduction precedes poem, which is followed by announcement of cast and credits. One of six poems commissioned by CBC as part of series Poems for voices. Includes references to the following: Gardens of the wind.

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