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Tom Wayman fonds
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1970s

Series consists of financial statements, convention documents leaflets and correspondence from the Vancouver during the 1970s. This series also contains records of the 1973 “Canadian Administration” convention held at Simon Fraser University and the Vancouver IWW musician’s local.

An Epilogue to Innocence

Ts. (15 p .) and an outgoing letter by T . E. Wayman suggesting that it might be considered for a proposed anthology in the death of President Kennedy.

Anthology

Series consists of correspondence, manuscripts, book reviews, and book sales relating to anthologies edited by Tom Wayman.

Correspondence

Correspondence mainly with the Trade Division of the MacMillan Company of Canada relating to the publication of the book.

Correspondence

Correspondence mainly with Raymond J. Smith, editor, Ontario Review Press, regarding the publication of the book.

Correspondence

Correspondence mainly with the Trade Division of the MacMillan Company of Canada pertaining to the publication of the book and the audio cassette to
accompany it .

Correspondence

Correspondence pertaining to the anthology with enclosed drafts of poetry. Correspondents include George Melnyk, Seymour Mayne, Gary Snyder, and Anansi.

Correspondence

Correspondence includes twenty letters between David Demchuk and Tom Wayman relating to his poetry.

Correspondence

Correspondence mainly with McClelland & Stewart Ltd., but includes some letters from Doubleday Canada Ltd.

Correspondence

Regarding Canada Council funding for poetry readings , including a letter by Tom Wayman critical of the Council's decision to rank the writers involved in the reading program, a speech by Wayman against federal government cutbacks in the arts field, Jan . 29, 1979, and an essay written by Roger Holdstock, "the Disanthologized Literature Lounge," 1974.

Correspondence

Correspondence, mainly with the MacMillan Co. of Canada Ltd. relating to the publishing of the book and its distribution.

Correspondence mainly with George Woodcock.

George Woodcock, Editor, Canadian Literature relating to Wayman's essay, "The Singing School : A Defense of Creative Writing Programs". In addition, there are several annotated drafts of the essay . The file also contains letters from [Rebecca] and Stephen Bett regarding creative writing programs in Canada.

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