Fonds documents several of Eva-Marie Kröller's academic projects: her biography of British Columbia author George Bowering, "Bright Circles of Colours" (Talonbooks, 1992); essays on Roy Kiyooka and Emily Carr; her book "Canadian Travellers in Europe, 1851-1900" (UBC Press, 1987); and an anthology of travel literature that she and historian Pierre Savard were planning, but which was not completed before Savard's death in 1998. Also included are documents related to a workshop organized by SATE (Swiss Association of Teachers in English) and correspondence with Canadian authors. The materials consist of textual records (correspondence, notes, drafts, and readers' reports), published materials, and a 3½" floppy disk containing a digital manuscript of "Bright Circles of Colours." Further digital media included are 1 USB drive and 3 CDs (data). File types include generic files, jpg, pdf, doc and Docx. Combined, there are c. 3 GB of records or c. 3,090 files. Dates include 1980-2021, predominant 2008-2010. Photographs and research materials predominate the digital-born records, including transcribed WWI correspondence and scanned copies of original correspondence. These records are accessible but currently arranged as accessioned.