Contains a handwritten letter from Lynn Henry, Publisher with House of Anansi, asking Coupland to take a look at an enclosed novel manuscript from Zoe Whittall (not included here), and possibly offer a quote.
Contains a black and white paper print-out of one of Coupland's twitter posts (@DougCoupland) : "Orange Tic-tacs taste just like Bayer childrens' aspirin in a highly recommendable way. Ate a whole container in one 5-minute drive."
Contains a receipt for Coupland's $1000 author's fee for his reading from Generation A at Wordfest (October 17, 2009, Eric Harvie Theatre, Banff Centre), where Coupland was the 2009 Banff Distinguished Author.
Contains a hastily written note from British filmmaker David Slade, written with a black marker while filming a midnight shoot, offering Coupland a copy of his first feature-length film, Hard Candy. (Film not included in the file)
Contains a hand-annotated announcement from ArtGems Toronto on changes to the organization, and a handwritten letter from the Elliott Louis Gallery in Vancouver advising Coupland that a piece of art he purchased is wrapped and available for pick up.