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- CA ACU SPC F0008-S0001-FL0975
Part of Alden Nowlan fonds.
- Correspondence (1966 September 27 - 1983 April 28), between editors of Prism International and Alden Nowlan.
- Correspondence relating to poetry and short stories published in Prism International and to a promotional quote written by A. Nowlan for Bill J. O'Brien's Summer of the black sun. Includes biographical material and remarks on writing short stories written by A. Nowlan to accompany the short story Humbly, for Fyodor. Includes references to the following: Humbly, for Fyodor; There was an old woman from Wexford : short story/novel chapter; Chopping onion(s); Great things have happened, even in Moose Jaw; "Why so sad, my dear?" said Queen Anne; A psalm for trumpets; The comedians; The war lost; A night in 1938, and the night after; Morning flight to Red Deer; Beginning; At the edge of the woods; Great things have happened.