Includes early and late drafts, correspondence, editorial material, proofs and cover designs for Drowning Lessons; drafts for The World Speaks; correspondence with Malcolm Ross; editorial correspondence with Barry Dempster and other material related to the life and work of Maureen Scott Harris
This collection consists primarily of a selection of Harris’ professional work since 2001, including books reviews she’s written for various publications and her promotional work for London, Ont.-based Brick Books, where she’s the production editor.
This latest accession of Maureen Scott Harris’ papers include manuscript drafts of various writing projects – including book reviews and essays – as well as material from the Milkweed Collective, Brick Books, correspondence and material collected for a Ken Saro-Wiwa reading Harris organized.
This latest accession of Maureen Harris’ papers consists of manuscripts of her submissions to literary journals and literary award contests, as well as correspondence related to those submissions. It also includes material related to various other Harris projects, including her work with Brick Books (where she was, until 2009, its production editor), the League of Canadian Poets and the Literary Press Group of Canada.
This ninth donation of Maureen Scott Harris papers consist of manuscript drafts including ‘Slow Curve Out’, ‘Learning My Place’ and ‘Drowning Lesson’s; information pertaining to various projects including publishing Beth Follett’s ‘YesNo’ chapbook; writing group files; readings; and a significant amount of professional and personal correspondence.
This collection consists of manuscript drafts for various Harris projects, including her chapbook The Raven and the Writing Desk (illustrated by Kelly Aitken and published by Jack Pine Press, 2007), drafts for various freelance writing projects, including blurbs.
This accession of Maureen Scott Harris’ papers include materials relating to writing and literary projects (undertaken by the author individually or with collaborators); drafts and proofs for the Fieldnotes Chapbooks series; a significant amount of correspondence with specific individuals (Lynda Lange, Norma Lundberg, Barry Dempster, Irene McGuire), as well as general professional correspondence; course packs and notes relating to an Environmental Issues class at the University of Toronto, for which Scott Harris was a guest lecturer; materials used in the organization of various literary events and readings; along with books, pamphlets and a small amount of AV material.