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Simon Fraser University Special Collections and Rare Books Series
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Eating fire

Series consists of sound recordings of interviews undertaken by Michael Riordon for Eating Fire: Family Life on the Queer Side (Between the Lines, 2001). Interviews were undertaken across Canada.

Editorial correspondence and related records

Series consists of correspondence between the publisher, sub-contractors, vendors, promoters and authors. Most files contain instructions and drafts as to editorial layout, typesetting, artwork, etc. Records include: correspondence, style sheets, contracts, invoices, grant applications, editorial copy, galley proofs, newspaper clippings, magazines, cartoons, photographs and a poster.

For related materials, see also Series 2: Author correspondence and Series 8: Royalties and related correspondence.

Editorial files

Series consists of records generated from editorial work on chapbooks and issues of "filling Station" magazine. These include page proofs, edited submissions, commissioned artwork, writer’s guidelines, and production instructions.

Editorial records

Series includes submissions, correspondence, editorial and working notes, clippings, paste-ups, mock-ups, two (f.)Lip issues (Volume 1, Number 2, July 1987; Volume 2, Number 3, December 1988) and other records.

Editorial work

Series consists of magazines and art catalogues in which Robertson was editor or co-editor.


Series consists of course outlines, certificates, articles, print-outs of PowerPoint slides, and notes written by Betty Krawczyk when completing courses from the Institute of Indigenous Government concerning Aboriginal Women’s Studies. File also includes one Simon Fraser University course outline.


Series contains material produced in relation to courses taken as Simon Fraser University, as well as from a workshop in Red Deer.

Education and administrative

This series consists of documents found throughout the fonds that relate to Colin's life outside of his poetry - either academic, employment, personal, medical or legal.

Education and employment records

Series consists of Doris French Shackleton’s report cards, diplomas, transcripts, grades, press clippings, tax return, resumes, job applications and letters of acceptance, support, and resignation.

Shackleton, Doris French

Electronic records

Series consists of electronic records created by Delgado through his personal and professional activities. Records are predominantly related to Delgado's writing. Records are in 5.25-inch and 3.5-inch floppy disc formats.

Electronic records and other media

Series consists of electronic records, photographic slides, video and audio recordings, and other non-textual media created by Daphne Marlatt through her professional activities. Much of the electronic media contains correspondence and drafts of Marlatt's writings. Some records relate to Roy Kiyooka's book "Mothertalk," which Marlatt edited. One video concerns the conferral of her honourary degree from Mount Saint Vincent University.


Series consists of items such as bank books, report cards, pay stubs, receipts, architectural blueprints, press passes, event ticket stubs and house design notes.


Series is comprised of ephemera collected by Duthie Books, Ltd. Ephemera includes buttons, flyers, magnets, a patch, sticker and backstage pass for a 1995 Bryan Adams show.


Series consists of posters, flyers, leaflets, and trade publications.


Series consists of posters, flyers, ticket stubs, leaflets, handbills, guides, and pamphlets.


Series consists of various types of textual ephemera, including newspaper clippings, event programs and ticket stubs, curriculum vitae of other colleagues, as well as other personal mementos and textual material.

Essays and articles

Series consists of drafts, final versions, correspondence, notes and clippings related to Duke’s work as an essayist.

Essays, talks, reviews and related records

Series consists of records relating to essays, talks and reviews written or given by Flood. Records include drafts, notes and correspondence. Series also includes seven publications in which Flood’s stories are printed: "Paris Transcontinental" (1995); "Event" (1991); "Canadian Forum" (1983, 1993); "The Reader" (Summer 1994, Winter 1994); and "Books In Canada" (1993).

Event files

Series consists of publicity clippings and promotional items documenting literary events hosted by the filling Station Publications Society. These include calls for submissions, contest advertisements, published articles and reviews, recordings of readings, photographs, flyers, and posters.

Event photographs

Series consists of photographs of Canadian Farmworkers Union staff and numerous social and cultural events held by the union, including bhangra performances as well as visits by United Farmworkers of America President Cesar Chavez and the Manitoba Farm Workers Association.

Events and travel records

Series consists of records relating to various events that Wah has attended over the course of his professional career, as well as records relating to his travel for both personal and professional activities. Other records include correspondence; administrative records; and promotional materials for conferences, workshops, and other events.

Exhibition records

Series consists of gallery correspondence, exhibition invitations and catalogues, artist catalogues, postcards, newspaper clippings, exhibition floor plans, handwritten notes, ephemera, magazine articles, mock-ups, drafts and proofs for layout and design work for invitations and catalogues, invitation lists, photocopies of guest books, mailing lists, an interview transcription of Coupey with a curator, exhibition planning records, cue card notes, research information, business cards, itinerary and travel records, gallery guides, comment books, corporate sponsorship records, to do lists, promotional drafts, newsletters, drafts for essays, budgets and receipts, a student essay, grant program information, printmaking information, laser copies and transparencies, installation photographs, quotes, memoranda, lists of artworks, press release and announcements and an exhibition attendance report.

Exhibition records

Series consists of exhibit panels with stamps, postcards and didactic information written by Henshaw, exhibit planning records, and awards received for exhibitions created and displayed at various locations across North America, including the Vancouver Public Library and conferences Henshaw attended as a member of the BC Philatelic Society.

Expedition records

Series consists of records relating to archaeological tourist expeditions, boat cruises and exploratory expeditions of shipwrecks, for which James Delgado served as a lecturer or expedition leader. Records include correspondence, brochures, reports, pamphlets, travel itineraries, and expedition reports.

Family records and other genealogical materials

Series consists of family history records related to Blaser’s lineage, such as family pedigree charts, vital records of other family members, books on Blaser’s paternal lineage as well as areas where his relatives first settled in the United States, obituaries, cemetery deeds, guardianship records, and graduation programs. The series also includes poems and stories written by Blaser’s mother and records related to the trucking business Blaser’s father started.

Family related documents

This series consists of documents created by J. J. Verigin’s close family members, his uncle Peter P. Verigin the Second and his mother Anna Markova, also sister of Peter P. Verigin the Second. The series includes the correspondence of Peter P. Verigin the Second, also known as Yastrebov and annotated map of the Doukhobor settlement drawn by Anna Markova.

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