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Audrey Thomas

File contains textual records pertaining to Audrey Thomas' poem, <i>Intertidal Life: An Excerpt</i>. The records include drafts, correspondence, and copies of the published edition of the poem.

barbara findlay

Subseries contains textual records pertaining to barbara findlay's "With All of Who We Are: A Discussion of Oppression and Dominance" publication in Lazara Press' Discussion Series. The subseries contains drafts of the publication, as well as the final copy. Other records include correspondence, distribution information, Cancopy information, and reviews of the chapbook.

Baxter (Death in a dumpster: A passion play for the homeless)

Subseries contains textual records related to Shelia Baxter's play titled <i>Death in a Dumpster: A Passion Play for the Homeless</i>. These records include correspondence, reviews and promotions of <i>Death in a Dumpster</i>, as well as records related to the production of the work. The file also contains copies of promotional material for other events happening in the Downtown Eastside. The photographs contained in this subseries are images featured in the <i>Death in a Dumpster</i> publication.

Beth Cuthand

Subseries contains textual records pertaining to Cuthand's works including: <i>Horse Dance to Emerald Mountain</i>, <i>Voices in the Waterfall</i> and <i>Crossing the Lake</i>. Records include drafts and manuscripts, correspondence, layouts, and other publishing information about Cuthand's works.

Bociurkiw (Halfway to the east)

Subseries contains textual records related to Marusya Bociurkiw's work of poetry titled <i>Halfway to the East</i>. These records include drafts of the work, as well as copies of correspondence and the contract between Bociurkiw and Lazara Press. Other records include other copies of correspondence related to the work, reviews and promotions of <i>Halfway</i> and other poems by Bociurkiw, and records related to the production of the work. The subseries also contains a copy of Bociurkiw's poem "Radio Nights," both in English and in German.

Cameron (Sparks from the fire)

Subseries contains textual records related to Sandy Cameron's volume of poetry titled <i>Sparks from the Fire</i>. These records include drafts of the volume as well as copies of correspondence and the contract between Cameron and Lazara Press. Other records include reviews and promotions of <i>Sparks</i>, as well as records related to the production of the work. The photographs contained in this subseries are images featured in the <i>Sparks</i> publication.

Erin Mouré

Subseries contains textual records pertaining to Erin Mouré's poem <i>Coming Forward</i>. The records include a draft and the final published edition of the poem, as well as two invoices.

Feindel (A particular class of women)

Subseries contains textual records related to Janet Feindel's play <i>A Particular Class of Women</i>. These records include drafts of the play and copies of correspondence and the contract between Feindel and Lazara Press. Other records include other copies of correspondence in regards to the production of the play, reviews, press releases and order forms.

General

Subseries contains general textual records pertaining to Lazara Press' Discussion Series publications, such as mailing lists and inquiries made to and from Goldsmith about potential future publications in the series.

Goldsmith (Second thoughts)

Subseries contains textual records related to Elise Goldsmith's volume of poetry titled <i>Second Thoughts</i>, as well as her poem titled <i>My War</i>. These records include drafts of the volume as well as copies of correspondence and the contract between Goldsmith and Lazara Press. Other records include reviews and promotions of <i>Second Thoughts</i> and <i>My War</i>, as well as records related to the production of the works. The photographs contained in this subseries are images featured in the <i>Second</i> publication.

Helen Potrebenko

Subseries contains textual records related to the broadsides created by Helen Potrebenko and published by Lazara Press including: <i>17 Years and a Coffee Truck</i>, <i>"Almost Morningside" - An Excerpt</i>, <i>Displacement</i>, <i>I Was Riding Home </i>, <i>La Critique Litteraire</i>, <i>Encore une faute de frappe toute bete</i>, <i>Dictatyping</i>, and other unpublished works. Records include drafts of Potrebenko's broadsides and chapbooks, and, in many cases, the published editions as well. Other records include correspondence, invoices, reviews, and production records such as layouts and prototypes.

Helen Potrebenko

Subseries contains textual records related to the works of Helen Potrebenko published by Lazara Press, including <i>Two Years on the Muckamuck Line</i>, <i>Taxi</i>, <i>Riding Home and Other Poems</i>, <i>Letters to Maggie</i>, <i>Hey Waitress and Other Stories</i>, <i>Life, Love + Unions </i>, <i>Walking Slow</i>, and other unpublished chapbooks and collections of poems. Records include drafts and manuscripts, as well as the published editions of many of Potrebenko's works. Other records include correspondence, invoices, reviews and promotional information, distribution lists, and production records such as layouts and prototypes. The photographs in this subseries are images taken and/or selected to be featured in Potrebenko's published works.

Hollingsworth (Smiling under water)

Subseries contains textual records related to Margaret Hollingsworth's volume of short stories titled <i>Smiling Under Water</i>. These records include drafts of the volume as well as copies of correspondence and the contract between Hollingsworth and Lazara Press. Other records include reviews and promotions of <i>Smiling</i> and other works by Hollingsworth. The photographs are of Hollingsworth featured in the published book.

Jack Anawak

Subseries contains textual records pertaining to Jack Anawak's "Who is Equal? The Passage of Nunavut's First Human Rights Act" publication in Lazara Press' Discussion Series. The subseries contains drafts of the publication, as well as the final copy. Other records include correspondence related to the chapbook.

Jacqueline Marcus

Subseries contains textual records pertaining to Jacqueline Marcus' poetry chapbook titled <i>No Excuses</i>. The records include drafts of the chapbook, as well as the published edition, and copies of correspondence between Marcus and Lazara Press.

Jane Rule

Subseries contains textual records pertaining to Jane Rule's "Detained at Customs" publication in Lazara Press' Discussion Series. This essay discusses the Little Sisters Bookstore vs Canadian Customs court cause in 1986. The subseries contains a copy of the published edition of the chapbook. Other records included in the subseries include newspaper and magazine clippings about Rule and/or her publication, correspondence, court transcripts, and Rule's obituary/celebration of life. The CD-ROM is a brief video clip depicting Margaret Atwood speaking about Rule after Rule's death in 2007.

Jaqueline Oker

Subseries contains textual records related to Jacqueline Oker's broadside poem titled <i>Remember</i>. The records include drafts of the poem, as well as the published broadside. Other records include Oker's biographical information, correspondence, and copies of other unpublished poems written by Oker.

Jo Corrello

Subseries contains textual records pertaining to Jo Corrillo's broadside poem <i>And When You Leave Take Your Pictures with You</i>. Records include drafts and the final published edition of the broadside, as well as correspondence, invoices, and receipts.

Laurie Nerman

Subseries contains a copy of Laurie Nerman's broadside <i>When Activism Stops</i> and correspondence.

Leslie Pinder

Subseries contains textual records pertaining to Leslie Hall's poetry broadside titled <i>35 Stones</i>. The records include drafts and layouts of the broadside, as well as copies of the published edition. Other records include correspondence, order forms, and invoices.

Linda Hall Pinder

Subseries contains textual records pertaining to Linda Hall Pinder's "The Carriers of No: After the Land Claims Trial" publication in Lazara Press' Discussion Series. The subseries contains drafts of the publication, as well as the final copy. Other records include correspondence, cataloguing information, and book catalogues.

Marusya Bociurkiw

Subseries contains two copies of Bociurkiw's poem titled <i>Not in my Name</i> and of her poem titled <i>Radio Nights</i>.

Nomi Wall

Subseries contains drafts of Wall's chapbook <i>Fantasizing Pat Smith</i>. The photographs in this subseries contain images featured in the published edition of the work.

pj flaming

Subseries contains textual records pertaining to pj flemming's broadside poem titled <i>Santa Cowboy Down on Main Street</i>. The records include copies of the published broadside, as well as other records such as copies of correspondence between flemming and Lazara Press, invoices, and publishing information.

Rachel Epstein

Subseries contains textual records from Epstein's poem <i>In the Sliding Passenger Seat</i>. The records include a draft of the poem, the published edition of the poem, and correspondence between Epstein and Lazara Press.

Smith (The oldest-living)

Subseries contains textual records related to Pat Smith's play titled <i>The Oldest-Living</i>. These records include correspondence, reviews and promotions of the play, as well as records related to the production of the work. The photographs contained in this subseries are images featured in the <i>The Oldest-Living</i> publication.

Susan Musgrave

Subseries contains two copies of Musgrave's broadside <i>The situation in which we are both amateurs</i>.

Theresa Tait

Subseries contains textual records pertaining to Theresa Tait's " Inside Out: First Nations on the Front Line" publication in Lazara Press' Discussion Series. The subseries contains drafts of the publication, as well as the final copy. Other records include correspondence, cataloging information, and newsclippings.

Ursula Franklin

Subseries contains textual records pertaining to Ursula Franklin's "Every Tool Shapes the Task: Communities & the Information Highway" publication in Lazara Press' Discussion Series. The subseries contains drafts of the publication, as well as the final copy. Other records include correspondence, the contract between Franklin and Lazara Press, distribution information, and newsclippings.