File FL0695 - St. Lawrence University (Canton, N.Y.).

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CA ACU SPC F0002-S0001-FL0695


St. Lawrence University (Canton, N.Y.).


  • 1974-1983 (Creation)

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24 items : 43 p. on 34 leaves.

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  • Correspondence (n.d., 1974 September 29-1983 August 8), between representatives of St. Lawrence University, chiefly Joe David Bellamy, and Clark Blaise.
  • Correspondence regarding C. Blaise winning the St. Lawrence Award for Fiction for Tribal justice and the Fels Award for first publication of To begin, to begin in Fiction International, his participation in Canada Week and the Fiction International/St. Lawrence University Writers' Conference in 1975, the publication of various stories, essays and reviews by C. Blaise in Fiction International as well as his position as contributing editor, J. D. Bellamy's writing, news of mutual acquaintances and personal matters and the acquisition of Fiction International by San Diego State University Press. Includes a brochure about the 1975 Writers' Conference in which C. Blaise and Bharati Mukherjee participated, a news release about the creation of a Canadian studies program at St. Lawrence University and copies of J. D. Bellamy's recommendations of C. Blaise to York University, U.S. Immigration and the Canada Council.
  • Includes references to the following: A North American education : short story collection; Tribal justice; Writing Canadian fiction; To begin, to begin; The sense of an ending; Days and nights in Calcutta; Lusts; Man and his world.

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