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Simon Fraser University Special Collections and Rare Books Sub-series
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Literary works by other authors

Sub-series consists of correspondence from writers and poets, postcards, invitations, greeting cards, exhibition broadsides, newspaper clippings, poems, photographs, literary/poetry publications, chapbooks & zines, an audio tape consisting of five poems, ephemera, drafts & manuscripts, a McLean’s article featuring BC writers and poets, June 1973, and a series of postcards created by Coach House Press. Also included in the sub-series are correspondence and sample pages for One More Once: For Pierre Coupey’s 70th, a festschrift to honor Pierre Coupey’s dedication to art and literature on the occasion of his 70th birthday in 2012.

Coupey corresponded with a variety of writers and poets with whom he was friends. Some of the writers and poets featured in this sub-series include Peter Culley, Barry McKinnon, Zonko (Bill Little), Rick Jones, Brian Fawcett, Steve Cummings, Warren Stevensen, John Newlove, bp Nichol, Henri Chopin, Duncan McNaughton, Rick Kitaeff, Patrick Lane, Sharon Thesen, George Stanley, Bill Schermbrucker, Michael Ondaatje, Esther Mills, John Pass, Audrey Thomas, Margo Foote, Fielding Dawson, Colin Browne, Louis Dudek, Meredith Quartermain, Lenore Kandel, Roy Kiyooka, Jamie Reid, Ryan Knighton, Daphne Marlatt, David Phillips, Victoria Walker and George Bowering, among others.

Poetry publications - "West Coast Poetry & Poetics Anthology"

Sub-series consists of letter of introduction to writers/poets, an outline for the publication content, templates for the writers/poets regarding their submissions for the anthology, memoranda from Capilano College regarding Coupey’s paid educational leave, Capilano College faculty letters, a list of poets, Coupey’s outline, stages and development for the publication, correspondence (incoming and outgoing) with Patrick Lane, Patrick Lane’s biographical information and filled in template for the publication. Also included is a copy of the manuscript, What Matters: Writing 1968-70, by Daphne Marlatt, correspondence from Lionel Kearns, his CV and his filled in template for the publication, a list of Kearns’ published poetic works, an excerpt of his published works by Coach House, 1979, a transcription of a radio show featuring Lionel Kearns, a statement of poetics by Kearns, a photocopy of an introduction to Western Windows written by Lionel Kearns, a photocopy of “Writing Poetry,“ by Lionel Kearns, revisions for his poems, “Menace,” “Manitoulin Poem” and “Guatemala 1975.” Other record types include commentaries written by Lionel Kearns regarding his own work, a postcard featuring an image of Lionel Kearns newspaper clippings and reviews on Kearns. Coupey kept folders for each of the poets he was considering for this publication. Listed below are the names of each folder and the contents within each. The purpose of the publication was to create an anthology of major poetic works of British Columbia in the period between 1970 and 1980. The title, West Coast Poetry and Poetics: 1970-1980 was considered as the working title for the anthology. This project was part of Coupey’s half-year paid educational leave from Capilano College; the project was never brought to completion.

Poetry

Sub-series consists of letters, schedules and itineraries for reading engagements, newspaper clippings on Pierre Coupey, research materials, drafts of poetic works by Coupey, annotations from Bill Schermbrucker on a first draft for the poem, “Moon Bay,” a draft copy of “The Alphabet of Blood” as well as a published photocopy of the poem. Also included are correspondence and publishing information from Gary Geddes, a letter from Coach House Press (bp Nichol and Michael Ondaatje), an award certificate from The Malahat Review (circa 1980s), poetic materials for the “Interventing the Text: A Symposium, 1991,” as well as drafts and poems from Coupey’s formative years as a youth, including a significant letter from 1957 from Canadian poet Louis Dudek to Coupey and a newspaper clipping about Dudek. This photocopy of this seminal letter from Dudek fuelled Coupey’s life-long passion as a poet. A few of the early poems from this sub-series are included in Coupey’s publication Bring Forth the Cowards. Also included in this sub-series are drafts and working copies of poems for “Notes Towards a Requiem,” 1997 and Cutting Out The Tongue: Selected Poems: 1962-1997 by Coupey.

Partial manuscripts, drafts, and notes

This sub-series, consisting primarily of loose handwritten pages, consists of draft versions of poems or miscellaneous thoughts in draft form. This represents the bulk of the fonds, and was received in an unorganized state. There is next to no order between files, many of which will contain iterations of the same work.

Manuscripts and complete poems

This sub-series contains work determined to be either finished or near completion. Colin Stuart spent much of his life continually editing and revising his poems, so it is likely that multiple different versions of the same piece exists.

Works authored by McWhinney

This series consists of 3 sub-series: Works authored by McWhinney (1956-2013); Works about McWhinney (1963-2012); Works edited or reviewed by McWhinney (1974-2015)

Distributed by Nunaga/Antonson

Series consists of project files for books distributed by Nunaga/Antonson Publishing Ltd. on an agency arrangement. Titles include "I Did Not Kill Bob Neville" and "A Bear Behind."

Published by Nunaga/Antonson

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."

New Reader files

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."

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