This file contains maquette for Coupland's sculpture installation at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery in Toronto, ON. The piece is Coupland's representation of Peter Croydon's 1957 group portrait of the Painter's Eleven.
Contains a print-out of an event invitation hosted by Knopf Canada: "A conversation between Tom McCarthy and Doug Coupland about books, art and the meaning of it all", held October 30th, 2010 at the Rooster Cafe in Toronto.
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 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 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.