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"At the River's Mouth: Writing Migrations" records

Sub-series consists of records relating to "At the River's Mouth: Writing Migrations," a lecture given by Daphne Marlatt as the Ralph Gustafson Distinguished Visiting Poet at Vancouver Island University. The lecture was later published as a book (designed by Robert Bringhurst) by the Institute for Coastal Research at Vancouver Island University. Records include correspondence and lecture drafts.

"Between Brush Strokes" records

Sub-series consists of correspondence, legal agreements, drafts, and photographs pertaining to Daphne Marlatt's poetry/art book "Between Brush Strokes" (2008).

"Dinarbas" correspondence

Sub-series consists of correspondence relating to Messenger's efforts to have a new edition of Ellis Cornelia Knight's "Dinarbas" published. Includes correspondence relating to her role as editor, the book's publication, and sales of the book.

"Four Modernist Women" course development records

Sub-series consists of records relating to Daphne Marlatt's English course "Four Modernist Women," taught at the University of Victoria and the University of Saskatchewan. Records include articles, lecture notes, syllabi, and other course material.

"Making a Stone of the Heart" records

Sub-series consists of records relating to the writing and publishing of Flood’s novel, "Making a Stone of the Heart." Records include reviews, correspondence, publicity materials, manuscripts of early versions of the novel, an excerpt published in "Grain" journal (2008) and research materials.

"Mother-daughter relationships" course development records

Sub-series consists of records relating to Daphne Marlatt's Women's Studies course on mother-daughter relationships, taught at the University of Victoria and the University of Saskatchewan. Records include articles, lecture notes, correspondence, student evaluations, syllabi, and other course material.

"My Father Took a Cake to France" notes, drafts and other records

Sub-series consists of records relating to the writing and publishing of Flood’s second collection of short stories, "My Father Took a Cake to France." Records include notes, drafts, correspondence with publishers and contracts. Sub-series also includes six publications in which Flood’s stories are printed: "Frictions: Stories By Women" (1989); "Descant" (1991); "Malahat" (1989); "Room Of One's Own" (1988); "Quarry" (1990); and "Books In Canada" (1990).

"Readings From the Labyrinth" records

Sub-series consists of records relating to the book "Readings from the Labyrinth," a collection of essays by Daphne Marlatt. Records include manuscripts, newspaper clippings, photographs, and other conference material.

"Shadow Catch" records

Sub-series consists of records relating to the chamber opera "Shadow Catch," for which Marlatt composed the libretto. The opera was affiliated with the Pro Musica Society of Vancouver's Further East Further West Series, as well as the City of Vancouver's 125th Anniversary Celebration. "Shadow Catch" ran from December 2-4, 2011 at the Firehall Arts Centre in Vancouver. Records include draft scripts, correspondence, articles, musical scores, photographs, programs, and advertisements.

"The Animals in Their Elements" notes, drafts and other records

Sub-series consists of records relating to the writing and publishing of Flood’s first collection of short stories, "The Animals in Their Elements." Records include notes, drafts and correspondence with publishers. Sub-series also includes ten publications in which Flood’s stories are printed: "New: West Coast Fiction" (1983); "Vancouver Short Stories" (1983); "Matrix" (1981); "Queen's Quarterly" (1981); "Common Ground" (1980); "Journal of Canadian Fiction" (1980); "Fireweed" (1989); "Event" (1987); "Prism International" (1987); and "Atlantis" (1981).

"The Future of Education Research" public lecture series audio recordings

Sub-series consists of audio recordings (cassettes) of a three-day public lecture series held by the Faculty of Education in July 1985, called "The Future of Education Research." Speakers were Robin Barrow (SFU), Jonas Soltis (Columbia University), Kieran Egan (SFU), Denis Phillips (Stanford University), LeRoy Daniels (University of British Columbia), and John Wilson (Oxford University). Records consist of audio cassettes.

"The Given" records

Sub-series consists of drafts, permissions forms, notes, articles, correspondence, and other related records pertaining to Marlatt's prose poem "The Given," published in 2008.

"The Gull" records

Sub-series consists of records relating to "The Gull," the Japanese Noh play written by Daphne Marlatt. The play is a dramatization of the historical link between the fishing town of Steveston, home to many Japanese-Canadians, and Mio, the coastal village in Wakayama, Japan, from which many of their ancestors originally emigrated. Records include manuscripts, permissions, correspondence, musical scores, research material, photographs, books, articles, promotional material, programs and related production material. Also includes two optical discs, one of which contains sound files with transcriptions.

"The Portside" records

Sub-series consists of records relating to the short film "The Portside," written by Daphne Marlatt. Released in 2009, the film was part of the Out on Screen Queer History Project. Records document the writing of the film as well as its production and submission to film festivals. Records include screenplay drafts, correspondence, research records, and administrative records.

"The Swiss Conspiracy" screenplays and related records

Sub-series consists of records relating to Norman Klenman and Philip Saltzman’s development of a feature film screenplay titled “The Ultimate Victim,” which was eventually produced under the title "The Swiss Conspiracy". Records include outlines and various drafts of the screenplay, contracts, notes, correspondence, and research material.

"Tradition and Modernity" course development records

Sub-series consists of records relating to Daphne Marlatt's course "Tradition and Modernity," taught at Capilano College and Simon Fraser University. Records include articles, lecture notes, correspondence, syllabi, and other course material.

"Winter/Rice/Tea Strain" records

Sub-series contains pages from the poetry chapbook "Winter/Rice/Tea strain" (2000), printed by Peter Haase (C & P Platen Press) and designed by Mona Fertig.

"Woman and Poet in the Eighteenth Century" correspondence and typescript

Sub-series consists of correspondence and a typescript relating to Messenger's book "Woman and Poet in the Eighteenth Century: The Life of Mary Whateley Darwall (1738-1825)," published posthumously in 1999. Correspondence relates to Messenger's research for the book, and its publication. Sub-series also includes correspondence of Bill Messenger pertaining to the publication and distribution of the book following Ann's death.

1910 land mine purchase sale by Dunsmuir notes and research records

Sub-series consists of notes and research records relating to the sale of the company R. Dunsmuir and Sons by James Dunsmuir to Canadian Collieries (Dunsmuir) Ltd. in 1910. In 1910 Canadian Collieries (Dunsmuir) Ltd. also purchased Robert Dunsmuir's company Wellington Colliery Company Ltd. Research materials from this sub-series were used primarily for chapter 2 of Stonebanks’ book.

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