The following large broadsides and posters associated with this sub-series were entered into the SFU catalog and have been stored in the Contemporary Literature Collection cases in Special Collections:
Chapter O (for Christian Bök) #1 & #2 / Derek Beaulieu Midwinter Glaciaria / Christian Bok Sentences on Simon Morris / Howard Britton Instruction manual / Lucia Della Paolera The different senses in which... / Lucia Della Paolera For Atomino / Derek Beaulieu Andy Warhol had been shot / Steve Giasson Carnival: second panel / Steve McCaffery
Sub-series consists of correspondence and unpublished manuscripts from writers such as Helen Hajnoczky, Eric Zboya, Pete Spence, Jordan Scott and Mark Laliberte. Series also includes a publication edited by Christian Bök and produced in an edition of forty copies for Beaulieu’s fortieth birthday.
Sub-series contains works written and/or produced by students of Derek Beaulieu, from institutions such as Alberta College of Art & Design, Henry Wise Wood Senior High School and the Writers Guild of Alberta. These publications reflect Beaulieu’s teaching and his approach to independent publishing.
Sub-series includes records generated from the administration of housepress and includes the housepress minute book, permission files, ISBN log, grant application, correspondence, one photograph and publicity clippings.
Series is comprised of records documenting the editorial and production of the "New Reader," a quarterly book review journal edited by Celia Duthie and published by Duthie Books from 1996-1999. One issue per year was titled the "Children’s Reader."
Series consists of records documenting the editorial and production of the "Reader," a quarterly book review periodical started in 1981, published by Duthie Books and edited by Celia Duthie. One issue per year was published as the "Children's Reader."
Series is comprised of records documenting work relating to marketing and promotions, including Duthie’s customer loyalty program, in-store signage, charity work and co-operative display and advertising arrangements with publishers.
Series consists of project files for books and magazines published by Nunaga/Antonson Publishing Ltd. Titles include "In Search of a Legend: Slumach’s Gold," "A Seagull’s Cry," "Canadian Frontier Magazine" and "Prison Doctor."
Sub-series consists of records relating to projects undertaken by the Deol Society, including ESL classes, the Health Improvement Project (which entailed the production of the film Caught in a World of Pesticides, produced by Mae Burrows and Helena Cynamon), and the production of the film Kicking the Habit. Records include project-specific grant applications, project descriptions, progress reports, as well as photographs of the production of Caught in a World of Pesticides.
Sub-series consists of records relating to the Canadian Farmworkers Union’s research and advocacy of occupational health and safety awareness and legislation, including correspondence, briefs prepared for government, newspaper clippings, and reference materials. Records also include awareness posters, blueprints of worker housing, educational materials, and photographs of child workers on farms.
Sub-series consists of records relating to the Canadian Farmworkers Union’s connections to and support of other labour and rights movements, including women’s rights, labour rights, and other agricultural workers’ organizations. Records include briefs and reports, newspaper clippings, and a Manitoba Farm Workers Association banner.
Sub-series consists of records relating to the Canadian Farmworkers Union’s research and advocacy of numerous issues including working conditions, workers in other countries, and minority groups. Records include newspaper clippings, research material, and correspondence