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Marvyne Jenoff fonds. First Accrual

Series 1
Poetry. -- 1949-1998. -- 15 cm of textual records. -- Title based on content of series.

Box 1
Poems numbered chronologically by author.

File 1 "The First Hundred Poems". 1949 to September, 1961.
1. "My Shadow" 1949 published in Green and Gold.
2. "The Bunny" 1950 published in Wee Wisdom.
3. "The Hardships of School" 1953-4, published in Machray Monitor.
4. "Clouds" 1954.
5. "Nocturne" 1956, published in Machray Monitor
6. "Lunch Hour at Tech" 1956-7, published in Techonian.
7. "The Torch" 1956-7, published in Techonian.
8. "Exams" published in Techonian.
9. "To a Friend" published in Techonian.
10. "Me" 1957.
11. "Une Poeme" 1957-8.
12. "The Castle" May 1959, published in The Torch.
13. "Seventeen and Conic Sections" June 1959.
14. "Sarcasm" Dec. 1959, Published in Argus.
15. "Half" Jan. 1960.
16. "Confidence" Jan. 1960.
17. "Eighteen" Feb. 1959.
18. "Strangers" Feb. 1959.
19. "Maturity" Mar. 1960.
20. "On Thinking it Over..." Mar. 1960.

21. "Mirror" Mar. 1960.
22. "On Hearing the Good News" Mar. 1960.
23. "Orchid" Apr. 1960.
24. "In Answer to a Card..." Apr. 1960.
25. "Schizophrenia" Apr. 1960.
26. "Awake"May 1960.
27. "Violets" May 1960.
28. "Shadow" May 1960.
29. "Mixed Company" June 1960.
30. "I Like Pink!" June 1960.
31. "Disparity" June 1960.
32. "Poem to Myself..." July 1960.
33. "On Walking Home Alone..." July 1960 published in Canadian Forum, Feb. 1962.
34. "I Love" July 1960.
35. "Suddenly" Aug. 1960.
36. "Damn Infatuation" Aug. 1960.
37. "Shalom" Sept. 1960.
38. "For the Last Time" Oct. 1960.
39. "I Remember" Nov. 1960.
40. "Little Boy" Nov. 1960.

41. "Doggie Trot" Dec. 1960, published in Creative Campus, 1962.
42. "Limerick" Dec. 1960, published in Creative Campus, 1962.
43. "Proof" Jan. 1961.
44. "Good God, Marvyne" Jan. 1961.
45. "On Marking my First Set" Feb. 1961.
46. "Sonata" Mar. 1961.
47. "On Coming Home" Mar. 1961.
48. "Nineteen" Mar. 1961.
49. "March" Mar. 1961.
50. "Ode to Gulliver" Apr. 1961.
51. "Pound Wise" Apr. 1961.
52. "Hello" Apr. 1961.
53. "Almost" Apr. 1961.
54. "Ducor" May 1961.
55. "Long Live Kenny" June 1961.
57. "Lost" July 1961, published in Fiddlehead, June 1962.
58. "To Mama" July 1961, published in Fiddlehead, June 1962.
59. "Tell Me, Mirror" July 1961, published in Fiddlehead, June 1962.

60. "My Nose" July 1961, published in Fiddlehead, June 1962.
61. "Headache" July 1961, published in Fiddlehead, June 1962.
62. "To Little Sister--A Curse" July 1961, published in Fiddlehead, June 1962.
63. "I Ask" July 1961, published in Fiddlehead, June 1962.
64. "Wind-Shield Wipers" July 1961, published in Fiddlehead, June 1962.
65. "Woman" July 1961, published in Fiddlehead, June 1962.
66. "Youth" July 1961, published in Fiddlehead, June 1962.
67. "Lines to Kenneth" July 1961, published in Fiddlehead, June 1962.
68. "At the Mailbox" July 1961, published in Fiddlehead, June 1962.
69. "Chair" July 1961, published in Fiddlehead, June 1962.
70. "Pea Soup" July 1961, published in Fiddlehead, June 1962.
71. "July" July 1961, published in Fiddlehead, June 1962.
72. "Earth" July 1961, published in Fiddlehead, June 1962.
73. "Fledgelings" Aug. 1961, published in Creative Campus, 1962; also in No Lingering Peace.
74. "Any Woman, to Lord Byron" Aug. 1961.
75. "A Heaven of Hell" Aug. 1961.
76. "To Wyatt, in Sympathy" Aug. 1961.
77. "In Passing" Aug. 1961.
78. "Lines While Travelling." Aug. 1961.
79. "Point for the Affirmative" Aug. 1961.

80. "Play Ball" Aug. 1961.
81. "Beach" Aug. 1961.
82. "Morning" Aug. 1961. Appeared in No Lingering Peace (1972).
83. "Black Rain" Aug. 1961.
84. "Toronto Night" Aug. 1961.
85. "The Night is Dark." Sept. 1961.
86. "Coriolanus" Sept. 1961.
87. "September" Sept. 1961.
88. "Take-off" Sept. 1961, in Canadian Forum, March, 1962.
89. "Descent" Sept. 1961.
90. "Room" Sept. 1961, in Alphabet, July, 1962.
91. "Recreation" Sept. 1961.
92. "Blessing to the New Cohens" Sept. 1961.
93. "To Shanie" Sept. 1961.
94. "Little Black Fly" Sept. 1961.
95. "What Did We Bring Them" Sept. 1961.
96. "Absorption" Sept. 1961.
97. "Space Shanty" Sept. 1961.
98. "La Rentree" Sept. 1961.
99. "Mother" Sept. 1961.
100. "Child" Sept. 1961.

File 2 "The Second Hundred Poems". September, 1961 to November, 1962.
101. "Prove to Me." Sept. 1961.
102. "Adam" Sept. 1961.
103. "To a Fly" Oct. 1961.
104. "Cubicle, Main Floor" Oct. 1961.
105. "The Passing" Oct. 1961.
"Pessimisms" published in The Fiddlehead, Fall, 1964:
106. I. "Mother, to Movers"
107. II. "Owner".
108. III. "Old Aunt" also published in No Lingering Peace and in Relations: Family Portraits, Mosaic Press, 1986.
109. IV. "Father, at Table".
110. V. "Talent" also published in No Lingering Peace.
111. VI. "Okay".
112. VII. "First Things".
113. "To Lovers (of Pizza)" Oct. 1961.
114. "The Spider" Oct. 1961.
115. "Therapy" Oct. 1961.
116. "On Wings of Song" Oct. 1961.
117. "Smile Not" published in The Fiddlehead, Summer, 1962.
118. "On the Waste" published in The Fiddlehead, Summer, 1962.
119. "On Being Told that Freud." published in The Fiddlehead, Summer, 1962.
120. "Mon Octobre" published in The Fiddlehead, Summer, 1962.

121. "By Light of Candles" published in The Fiddlehead, Summer, 1962.
122. "Plague" published in The Fiddlehead, Summer, 1962.
123 "Yeast Bun" published in The Fiddlehead, Summer, 1962.
124. "Indian Girl in Anthropology" published in Creative Campus, 1962.
125. "Eclipse" published in Creative Campus, 1962.
126. "Costume Party" part published as "Moon Music" in Creative Campus, 1962.
127. "Con Traversi" published in Creative Campus, 1962.
128. "Flag" published in Creative Campus, 1962.
129. "The World Goes Round" published in Creative Campus, 1962.
130. "Grape" Nov. 1961.
131. "A Life in the Day of the Earth" Nov. 1961.
132. "Boy, at a Council Meeting" Nov. 1961.
133. "Herald" Nov. 1961.
134. "Free" Nov. 1961.
135. "Lake" Nov. 1961.
136. "Distance" Nov. 1961, appeared in No Lingering Peace.
137. "Poetess" Nov. 1961.
138. "Aloneness" Nov. 1961.
139. "Thirteenth" Nov. 1961.
140. "Man at a Street Corner" Nov. 1961.

141. "Two-Year-Old Cousin" Nov. 1961.
142. "Quickly" won Chancellor's Prize, University of Manitoba, May, 1962 and published in Creative Campus 1962.
143. "Snow" Nov. 1961.
144. "Going" Nov. 1961.
Naivetie Poems:
145. I. "Heat"
146. II. "Ladies"
147. III. "Bath"
148. IV. "God"
149. V. "Uncle Harry"
150. VI. "Bathing Suits" published in The Fiddlehead, Spring, 1964.
151. VII. "Mockracy"
152. VIII. "Farmers" Dec. 1961.
153. IX. "Balls" Dec. 1961.
154. "My Bonnie Flies Over the Ocean", Dec. 1961.
155. "Foretaste" Dec. 1961.
156. "Misfortune" Dec. 1961.
157. "For Barbara" Jan. 1962.
158. "For One" Jan. 1962.
159. "Only the Sparrow" Jan. 1962; appeared in No Lingering Peace.
160. "Declaration of Indecency" Jan. 1962.

161. "To William Golding" Jan. 1962.
162. "To Carol, My Sister" Jan. 1962.
163. "Fluttering" Feb. 1962.
164. "Cafeteria" Feb. 1962.
165. "A Cold Coming" Feb. 1962.
166. "Dusk, in Flight" Feb. 1962.
167. "Shrinking" Mar. 1962.
168. "Ballad for Fridays" Mar. 1962.
169. "Aupres de sa Blonde" Mar. 1962.
170. "Morning is Washday" Mar. 1962.
171. "What Degeneration is Coming To" Mar. 1962.
172. "For Guy" Apr. 1962.
173. "Qualified" Apr. 1962.
174. "Built Upon Whiteness" Apr. 1962.
175. "Sexersighs" Apr. 1962.
176. "Rain" May, 1962; appeared in No Lingering Peace.
177. "Discoveries While Suntanning" May, 1962.
178. "Possibility" May, 1962; appeared in No Lingering Peace.
179. "Legacy" May, 1962.
180. "Resurrection" June, 1962.

181. "Hands Observed" June, 1962.
182. "Ode to You and Him" June, 1962.
183. "Sing, Love" June, 1962; appeared in No Lingering Peace.
184. "Sunny and Warm" July, 1962.
185. "Discourse on Other Methods" Aug. 1962, published in Creative Campus, 1964.
186. "Cure for Itches" Sept. 1962.
187. "Letter to Virginia" Sept. 1962.
188. "First I Must Finish the Apple" Sept. 1962; published in Creative Campus, 1964
189. "Poem on Seducing a Virgin Male" Sept. 1962.
190. "Facsimile for the Fourth Letter" Sept. 1962.
191. "Magnificently Come" Sept. 1962, appeared in No Lingering Peace.
192. "Inadequacy...Morning Glories" Oct. 1962.
193. "Misconception" Nov. 1962.
194. "Haiku" Nov. 1962.
195. "Haiku" Nov. 1962.
196. "Incompletion" Nov. 1962.
197. "Argument for the Silencing." Nov. 1962.
198. "Haiku" Nov. 1962.
199. "The Choice of Now" Nov. 1962.
200. "To Moralists" Nov. 1962.

File 3 "The Third Hundred Poems". November, 1962, to September, 1966.
201. "You in the East." Nov. 1962, published in Volume 63 and appeared in No Lingering Peace.
202. "I Gave My Love" Dec. 1962.
203. "On Studying One's Toes" Dec. 1962.
204. "The Utter Infatuation..." Dec. 1962.
205. "We Have Not Yet Laughed" Dec. 1962, appeared in No Lingering Peace.
206. "On the Choice of Profession" Dec. 1962.
207. "Ode to his Bathtub" Jan. 1963.
208. "Poem Because I Can't Reach.." Feb. 1963.
209. "Roughly Haiku..." Feb. 1963.
210. "Little Boy" Feb. 1963.
211. "Almond Girl" Mar. 1963; appeared in No Lingering Peace.
212. "Hurry Up..." Mar. 1963.
213. "Waking by Woods...Dewy Morning" Mar. 1963.
214. "Sunday Evening" Mar. 1963.
215. "Point Against a Diaphragm" Mar. 1963.
216. "Haiku Around Your Absence" Mar. 1963; appeared in No Lingering Peace.
217. "Now That You Mention It" April, 1963.
218. "April 8, 1963" April, 1963.
219. "On His Blindness" April, 1963.

220. "Dear Mama" April, 1963; appeared in No Lingering Peace and The Orphan and the Stranger.
221. "Retrospectively Seeking" April, 1963.
222. "Inside Story" May, 1963.
223. "Anti-Lullabye" May, 1963; appeared in The Orphan and the Stranger.
224. "Alice, et al" May, 1963.
225. "Long Enough...Marriage..." May, 1963.
226. "Of Rising Things" May, 1963.
227. "A Tale of Hunting" May, 1963.
228. "Menage" May, 1963.
229. "From Deadwood" May, 1963; appeared in The Orphan and the Stranger.
230. "Les Joconde" June, 1963.
231. "Le Jeune Homme de la Flute" June, 1963.
232. "L'Histoire d'une Quebecoise" June, 1963.
233. "Of Falling Things" June, 1963; published in Creative Campus, 1964.
234. "Of Singing Things" July, 1963; appeared in No Lingering Peace.
235. "Menses" July, 1963.
236. "Yonge St. Lullabye" July, 1963.
237. "Song of a Thin Lover" July, 1963.
239. "Admonition..."August, 1963.

240. "The Little Chick's Tale" August, 1963.
241. "Aside" August, 1963; appeared in No Lingering Peace.
242. "Circumstances...Tortoise Shell" August, 1963.
243. "Of Spent Things" Sept. 1963.
244. "Grapefruit" Nov. 1963.
245. "Death by Fire" Dec. 1963.
246. "Antiphon" Dec. 1963.
247. "Ode to University College" Jan. 1964, published in Creative Campus, 1964.
248. "Boots, as Medium" Jan. 1964.
249. "Drum and Company" Feb. 1964.
250. "Ode on a Borrowed Sandwich" Feb. 1964.
251. "To M.F...." Feb. 1964.
252. "Song, with Ending" Mar. 1964.
253. "To S.T...." Mar. 1964.
254. "New Snow in March" Mar. 1964; appeared in No Lingering Peace.
255. "Diurnal" June, 1964.
256. "Of Orient Things" July, 1964.
257. "Accident" July, 1964.
258. "Of Recurrent Things" July, 1964; appeared in No Lingering Peace.
259. "Depopulation" Aug. 1964; appeared in No Lingering Peace.

260. "The Cheese Stands Alone" Sept. 1964.
261. "Of Quick Things" Sept. 1964; appeared in No Lingering Peace.
262. "Canadian Nationalist Poem" Sept. 1964.
263. "Tit for Tat" Oct. 1964; appeared in No Lingering Peace.
264. "Lullabye to the Small Self" Oct. 1964; appeared in No Lingering Peace.
265. "Fruit Bowl Basket" Nov. 1964.
266. "Of Round Things" Nov. 1964; appeared in No Lingering Peace.
267. "...Crux of the Matter..." Nov. 1964.
268. "...effortless...." Dec. 1964.
269. "Of Held Things" Dec. 1964; appeared in No Lingering Peace.
270. "Turnabout" Jan. 1965; appeared in No Lingering Peace.
271. "Of Silent Things" Jan. 1965.
272. "Pausing" Mar. 1965.
273. "Almost April" Mar. 1965.
274. "Flying Things" June 1965; appeared in No Lingering Peace.
275. "Worshipping Order" June 1965.
276. "Sir, She Said" July, 1965.
277. "Meeting of..." July, 1965.
278. "Marital Status: 23" July, 1965.
279. "Sevens" July, 1965.

280. "A Penny for the Old Guy" Nov. 1965; appeared in The Orphan and the Stranger.
281. "Train out of Winnipeg" Nov. 1965.
282. "Full Circle" Nov. 1965.
283. "Poem for Michael" Nov. 1965.
284. "Snow Poem, Sunday Morning" Dec., 1965.
285. "February" Feb. 1966.
286. "Poem for My Mother's Birthday" Feb. 1966; appeared in No Lingering Peace.
287. "The Grey Coat" Mar. 1966; appeared in No Lingering Peace.
288. "Spring Pome" Mar. 1966; appeared in No Lingering Peace.
289. "Poets, Unite" Mar. 1966.
290. "You Will Have to Read...Only Once" Mar. 1966.
291. "Carpe Diem" Mar. 1966.
292. "The Fight for Peace" Mar. 1966.
293. "Pound Foolish" Mar. 1966.
294. "Promises" Apr. 1966; appeared in No Lingering Peace.
295. "Heat Wave" June 1966.
296. "Alone in a Cold House" Sept. 1966; appeared in The Orphan and the Stranger.
297. "Looking Glass" Sept. 1966.
298. "Mr. S." Aug.-Oct. 1966.
299. "The Walking Lesson" Sept., 1966; appeared in No Lingering Peace.
300. The Poet Gives Up the English Language" Sept., 1966.
302. "Still Life" Jan. 1967; appeared in No Lingering Peace.

Note:
N = appears in No Lingering Peace(1972).
H = appears in Hollandsong (1975).
OS = appears in The Orphan and the Stranger (1985).

File 4 "The Fourth Hundred Poems", 1969 - 1973.
304. "The Morning" Sept.1969; appeared in No Lingering Peace.
305. "Foundations" Sept. 1969, in Jerusalem, An Anthology of Jewish Canadian Poetry, Vehicule Press, 1996; also appeared in No Lingering Peace.
306. "No Room in the Town" Nov. 1969; appeared in No Lingering Peace.
307. "Revelations in the Negev" Dec. 1969; appeared in No Lingering Peace.
308. "Cycle" Dec. 1969.
309. "Some Things are the Same" Dec. 1969; appeared in No Lingering Peace.
310. "The Scarf" Jan. 1970 published in The Far Point 7&8, 1972-73
N 311. "A Personal Poem". "
N 312. "Old Women in the Hospital" in Landscape, Women's Writing Collective 1977.
313. "To Daddy in California". Feb. 1970.
314. "Poem for My Father and Me". Feb. 1970.
315. "Letter to my Mother". Feb. 1970.
N 316. "Poem to My Friend Susan". Feb. 1970.
N, OS 317. "Counterpoint". Feb. 1970.
N 318. "To the Editor, about Soldiers". Feb. 1970.
N 319. "The Here and the No". Feb. 1970.
N 320 "The Important Poem". Feb. 1970.

N 321. "My Guest Is at the Door". Mar. 1970
322. "Invitation to the Dance". Mar. 1970.
N 323. "Song about Songs". Mar. 1970.
N 324. "Nothing Finished Under the Sun". Mar. 1970.
325. "Purim Song". Mar. 1970.
N 326. "Anemones". Mar. 1970.
327. "My Friend is Not Very Tall". Mar. 1970.
N 328. "Beets". April, 1970
329. "This Sabbath is Special". April 1970
330. "Couplets". April 1970
N 331. "We, as Poetic Device". April 1970
N 332. "Strawberries" . May, 1970
333. "Sunshine Poem #2". May 1970
334. "The Long Cool Women". May 1970
OS 335. "The Cancer Poems". May 1970
N, OS 336. "I'm Seeing Places for You".
337. "My hair on the wall".
N 338. "Morning".
339. "Independence Day".
N 340. "Victims".

341. "Seasons".
N 342. "The Wailing Wall" in Jewish Dialog, Rosh Hashana 1976.
And again in Jewish Dialog, Hanukah 1977.
N 343. "Astronauts".
344. "I Almost Got a Job"
N 345. "Undercurrent".
N 346. "Sick Visit".
N, OS 347. "Sometimes I'm a Daughter".
N 348. "Birds in Water".
N 349. "Studio Life".
N 350. "Chrysanthemum".
351. "Poem #348".
352. "Vegetarian Friend".
N,OS 353. "Elegy Oct. 1970, Los Angeles."
354. "Book".
N 355. "What I Meant".
N 356. "Wheelchair".
N 357. "Toe Hold".
N 358 "Homegoing Blues".
359 "Everything June, 1971, Swan River MB".
360. 'Prelude--Yellow and Purple".

361. "Last Day of School".
362. "Hawaii July, 1971, Honolulu".
363. "Early Waikiki".
365. "White Visit--Winnipeg Jan. 1972, Swan River".
N 366. "Orange 1972" in Landscape, Women's Writing Collective 1977.
367. "Blue and Yellow Evening".
N 368. "Boxed Things (Hyacinth) June, 1972, Swan River".
369. "Of Prized Things". June 1972.
N 370. "Some Folk...Clay. July, 1972.
371. "Tenth Floor".
372. "My Richard Used to Dream".
H 373. "The Potter's Morning Dec. 1972, Port Credit (Mississauga)".
H 374. "Good Things" Jan. 1973...in Tamarack, Issue 62, 1974.
H 375. "Sunday, His and Mine".
H 376. "Poem for Silence and a Name" in Tamarack, Issue 62, 1974.
H 377. "Pears with Holland" in Tamarack, Issue 62, 1974.
H 378. "Nights...Baby" Feb. 1973...in Tamarack, Issue 62, 1974
H 379. "The Carrot Poem" in Tamarack, Issue 62, 1974.
380. "Blue Blanket".

H 381. "Plate...Aye".
H 382. "Poem for Holland Nights".
H 383. "March Seventh Morning March, 1973".
OS 384. "Father's Picture".
385. "Port Credit Poem".
386. "Watermelon".
387 "Surprises".
H 388. "The New Kitchen" in Tamarack, Issue 62, 1974
H 389. "Arriving Before Time."
390. "Canadian Spring I, Same Sun".
H 391. "Lake Against Concrete" April, 1973
H 392. "Sunday Afternoon Couples" in Tamarack, Issue 62, 1974
393. "Canadian Spring II, Paintings". May, 1973
394. "Organ Grinder". June, 1973
395. "Midnight".
396. "Window Polishing".
H 397. "Honey"
398. "Canadian Spring III", Bermuda
H 399. "Birch River is Also a Place"
400. "Wars and Poems".
401. "Revised--Canadian Spring"

File 5 "The Fifth Hundred Poems", 1973 to 1974.
401. "Canadian Spring IV", Tulips, June, 1973
H 402. "Silence for Trains"
H 403. "Moving Up".
404. "Typing is a Square".
H 405. "Husband it Seems"
H 406. "The New Bathroom."
H 407. "Travelling".
408. "Living Room".
409. "Spider Climbs".
H 410. "Issues".
411. "We've gone, free".
H 412. "Pipe".
H 413. "Portrait".
414. "Tea for the Good News".
415. "Down".
416. "Cries and Whispers" in Rune, Spring 1976
417. "Marigolds".
418. "Pliers".
419. "Invisibilities".
H 420. "The Spider and the Universe". July, 1973

H 421. "Essentials".
H 422. "Trains Stop"
423. "Top of Things".
H 424. "Trees Growing" in Rune, Spring 1975
425. "Canadian Autumn, Fingers".
426. " Heavy Creatures".
H 427. "Here Comes Holland".
H 428. "Perspectives".
429. "In Common".
430. "It's All Right Now".
431. "Zebra Plant".
432. "Nuisance of Flies".
433. "Small Plum".
434. "The Hearth, The Sun". July, 1973
435. "Spider Threads".
436. "Poems are Puzzles". July, 1973
H 437. "Small Things".
H 438. "The Universe". Aug. 1973.. in Poetry Toronto Newsletter, July-Aug. 1976
439. "Systems".

H 440. "July Forgets".
441. "Universe Better Together".
H 442. "It Turns by Pausing".
443. "Petunias".
444. "Waterlilies".
OS 445. "Still Life, With Television". Dec. 1973
H 446. "Greensong".
447. "Five is Not an Easy Number"
H 448. "Backs of Houses".
H 449. "Wif Wiffle de Hubband".
450. "Prisons".
H 451. "Hubband--Avocado".
H 452. "Cats".
H 453. "Ballad (Balcony)", published in Dutch translation (Maria Jacobs) in Obzij, summer 1981.
H 454. "At Love".
H 455. "Springtime".
H 456. "Tulips Get Bigger".
H 457. "Sabbath--wild tales".
H 458. "Large People with Small Names".
H 459. "Childhoods Dry Us".
H 460. "Ballad for Aging".

H 461. "Moon Bleeds Me".
H 462. "Tree Falling".
H 463. "Wrapping up".
H 464 A. " Mending Jeans".
H 464. "Tongues".
465. "Might Have Had an Old Man".
H 466." Photos, bridge".
OS 467. "Song of Runaway Father". July 1974
OS 468. "Money".
469. "Death".
470. "Third Person". Aug. 1974
471. "Old Man with Accordion and Coloured Hair".
472. "Reunion". Sept. 1974
OS 473. "The Visit (Noon Flight)".
OS 474. "The Smiling Mother".
OS 475. "My Mother Gets Away With It (abdication)".
OS 476. "Lullabye with Husband", Oct. 1974..in Canadian Author and Bookman, Volume 58 Number 1, Fall, 1982.
OS 477. "Chariot is not Gold".
OS 478. "My Mother Goes to Work (The Working Mother)".
OS 479. "Daughter Nurses Father Because (I Nurse Him and What Follows)".

OS 480. "Separation".
OS 481. "Deathbed (puppeteer)".
OS 482. "The New First Birthday".
483. "Death Takes to Me".
484. "Mumbly-Peg".
H 485. "Coming Home, Post-Operative".
486. "My Zero Place". Nov. 1974
OS 487. "Death on Hollywood Blvd. (Papers)".
488. "What Could They Possibly.."..
489. "Betrayed".
OS 490. "Paints for Parents (The Paintbox)..", in Canadian Author and Bookman, Volume 58, Number 1, Fall, 1982.
OS 491. "I Ask My Father Back".
OS 492. "My Mother Dies by Telephone".
493. "No Cats at Home".
494. "Rocking".
OS 495. " My Father Dies on Hollywood Blvd (Discover Archaeology)".
OS 496. "At last you are getting used to my name".
OS 497. "Manners Impeccable".
H 498. "Gin Rummy at 8 PM".
499. "Paraphernalia for the New Project".
500. "Day Lullabye".

File 6 "The Sixth Hundred Poems", 1974 to 1983 and "The Seventh Hundred Poems", 1984-1998.
501. "Little Dance Down de Hall". Nov. 1974
OS 502. "Dialogue (Communication)".
OS 503. "At Last I Confront... Likeness".
OS 504. "You Are Granted a New Purpose".
OS 505,6,7. "Terrarium 1,3,4". Dec. 1974
OS 508. "It's Not the Sort of Moment.."..
OS 509."Triumphs (Remission)".Jan. 1975
OS 510. "Mother, Daughter, Lead, Feathers".
OS 511. "Terrarium 2".
512. "Riddle: What Am I?". Mar.1975
513. "It Doesn't Kill Me". Oct. 1975
514. "Nothing Can Stop Him".
515. "The Fishes", Nov. 1997, in Poetry Toronto Newsletter, May 1977
516. "Or Like Birds" in Rune, Spring, 1977.
517. "Tapes that Bind", Nov. 1975.
518. "King Dinosaurs".
519. "Gift-Bearing".
520. "Ram on the Mountain".

521. "Penelope Minor", Dec. 1975
522. "From Southern Ontario, A Sea Tale".
Feb. 1976, in Whale Sound anthology, J.J. Douglas, 1977
523. "Bones and Air". Mar. 1976.
524. "Marriage Is Like Wearing". July, 1976.
525. "Mammals".
526. "The Toad in the Jewel".
527. "Mixed Minotaur" in The Canadian Forum, June-July 1978.
528. "Changing of the Guard".
529. "We're Still Lovers, Aren't We?".
OS 530. "Not Sad".
531. "The Difference Between a Song and a Tale". Sept. 1976.
OS 532. "Doubts".
OS 533. "Construction across the street".
OS 534. "Mother Manitoba".
535. "For Stanley Cooperman: Red Flowers".
536. "Because I Could Not Stop".
537. "The Day She Never Saw The Weather" in Poetry Toronto Newsletter, May 1977
538. "A Lesson in Resuscitation" in Tales for an Unknown City, McGill-Queens, 1990,
also in PaperPlates, Vol. 1, No. 4 (Toronto).
OS 539. " Life After Death" in Contemporary Verse II, Vol. 6, No. 1&2, winter, 1982.

540. "On Teaching English to Adults".
541. "Choices, for Harry Howith" in Review Ottawa, Volume 1, Number 1, Autumn 1977
OS 542. "The Suncot"
543. 'A Few Minutes at Zero".
544. "My Friend's Mother, the Doctor".
545. "For Voices".
546. "An International Romance Ends on the Prairie".
547. "Secrets (story)". Nov.1976.
OS 548. "The Orphan and the Stranger", Dec. 1996 in Germination, Volume 9, Number 1,
Spring-Summer 1985.
549. "The 20th Century and the Forest".
OS 550. "A Winter Woman". Jan. 1977.
OS 551. "Just as I Was About to Buy". Mar.1977.
552. "Art Jenoff and the Weather". May, 1977.
553. "Miracle Near U. of T." in Fireweed, Issue #1, Autumn 1978.
Also in Tributaries: An Anthology, Writer to Writer, Mosaic, 1978.
Also in Contemporary Verse 2, Volume 3, Number 4, Summer 1978.
554."Home and School" ("School and Home") in Fireweed, issue 3&4, summer, 1979.
555. "My Father's Women".
OS 556. "My Mother's Kin Await". May 1977.
557. "An Evening of Poetry", (Pink Poet) (story), June to Oct. 1977.
558. "Ski Instructor", June 1977.
559. "Unisex Guide".

560. "You Can't Catch Me", July, 1977.
561. "In Toronto (chess)".
562. "The Goose and the Commuter Train", in The Third Taboo, a Collection of Poems on Jealousy, Wolsak & Wynn, 1983.
563. "Ocean".
564. "Midnight Compromise".
565. "A Time of Plenty", (story), Oct.77.
566. "His Wife's Tale".
567. "Embracing Union Station". March to Oct. 1977.
568. "The Year of the Square Cake (birthday)", March 1978.
569. "Public Transit". Feb.1978.
570. "His Name". June 1978.
571. "Overheard", in Canadian Woman Studies, Vol. 7 Nos. 1&2, Spring-Summer 1986.
572. "Understood", in Canadian Woman Studies, Vol. 7 Nos. 1&2, Spring-Summer 1986.
573. "The Imperturbable Man".
574. "Skyline Short Suite". July 1977 to July 1978.
575. "Our History".
576. "Green Flowered Cloth".
"In Toronto".(561)
"The Goose and the Commuter Train". (562)
577. "A Farewell Party".
578. " Miracles".
579. "His Name". May to August, 1978
580. "The Sun". (For P.)
581. "The Swimmer Last Seen Bound for Bloomington".
July 1979.
582. "God Indoors". April 1983.
"The Seventh Hundred Poems"1984-85.

601. " Plain Truth". Nov. 1984.
602. "A British North American Act". Jan. 1985.
603. "Chinese Flowers". Feb. 1985.
604. "Help Me". Apr. 1985
605. "The Diet Doctor and Democracy".
606. "Love and Work". (story). June 1985
607. " Festival of Friends". Aug. 1985
608. " Women", 1985.
609. "The Go-Train Station".
610. "June 7, 1985"
611. "Poor".
612. "Late Harvest". Aug. 1985
613 . "Danger of Telephones".
614. "House and Word". 1995.
615. "Hatting".
616. "The Aging Over-Achiever reads Crime Fiction". 1996.
617. "A Life, With Breasts". Jan. 1997.
618. "My Dog Has Fleas". Jan. 1997.
619. "Cane Shopping". Jan. 1998.
620. "Uninvited". Aug. 1998.
621. "Sewing", Oct. 1998.
622. "Happiness", Nov. 1998.

File 7 Black notebook containing rough copies of poems from the early19 70s, many eventually published in Hollandsong. Notebooks also contains numerous sketches. [117 p.].
File 8 Unfinished poems. 1979. Contains manuscript poems and draft segments begun in 1979 and never finished. 61 p.
File 9 "The Sun" . Incomplete manuscript from which later poems were published in The Orphan and the Stranger, 1985. Ms. and ts., with some editing. [1970s]. [67 p.]

Series 2
Prose. -- 1959-1997. -- 50 cm of textual records. -- Title based on contents of series.

Box 1 (cont'd).
File 10 "The First Hundred Pages". [ 1959-1997].
1. "The Name, the Nose, and the Yellow Thing". Ts.
--an autobiography. September 1959. 7 p.
2. "August". Ts.
--a short story. August, 1960. Ts. 9 p.
3. "The Night I Almost Disowned My Family". Ts.
--a short story. October, 1960. 9 p.
4. "Arguments for the Nonexistence of God: The Fool's Reply". Ts. corrected draft and final version.
--an essay from the regular column "Notes from the Belfry", published for the University of Manitoba newspaper, December, 1961. [ This essay possibly unpublished]. 3 p.; 3 p.
5. "The Date". Ts.
--a short story. January, 1962. 4 p.

6. "Dilly-Bop and Charlie". Ts.
--a short story. May, 1962.
--revised, 1972. 6 p.
7. "The Preposterous Peter Wynning". Ts.
--a short story, April, 1963.
--revised, 1972. 16 p.
8. "Anniversary Portrait". Ts.
--a gentle satire, May, 1963.
--revised, 1999. 3 p.
9. "The Occasional Rise and Fall of Mitch Moley". Ts.
--a short story, June, 1963, published in Creative Campus, 1964 (U. of Manitoba). 21 p.

10. "Stockings". Ts.
--a short story, July, 1963.
--revised, 1972. 20 p.
--revised, 1997, accepted by Jewish Dialog, but not published.

File 11 "The Second Hundred Pages". [ 1960-1999].
1. "Notes from the Belfry".
--several clips from column for The Manitoban (U. of Manitoba newspaper)
in the early 60's. 6 items. (See also File 10, item #4).
2. "The Introspector". Ts.
--a short story. 5 p.
3. "The Frog". Ts.
--a short story. 11 p.
4. "Tale of a Tooth". 1964.
--a short story. 1 p.
5. "Watcher of the Skies". Ts.
--a short story. 3 p.
6. "Notes from the Belfry". Ts.
--column for The Manitoban, 3 sample submissions. October, 1964. (See also File 10 item #4).
7. "Fool". Ts. April 1966.
--a short story. 3 p.
8. Ms. letters.
Sketched-out letters to the editor, never finished, never sent

File 12 Short Fiction.
1. "Secrets."
Unpublished ts. Three edited versions.
November, 1976. 6 p.; 5 p.; 5 p.
2. "An Evening of Poetry". Ts. final version (photocopy) and 3 draft versions.
March to September, 1977 in Canadian Woman Studies, Vol. 8, No. 3, Fall, 1987. 7 p; 6 p.; 6 p; 7 p.
3. "A Time of Plenty". Ts. final version (photocopy) and 2 draft versions.
September, 1977. Published as "City Life" in Canadian Woman Studies, Volume 8, Number 1, Spring, 1987. 5 p.; 8 p.; 8 p.
4. "Boots". Ts. final version.
October, 1977. Published in Waves, Volume 8, Number 2, winter, 1980. 3 p.
5. "Skin". Ts. final version and edited draft.
October, 1977. Published in Matrix, Number 8, winter, 1979. 3 p.; 3 p.
6. "Stockings". Ts. final version (photocopy) and edited draft.
1963, revised December, 1977. 16 p.; 20 p.
7. "Everyone Knew". Ts. (photocopy).
September 1977 to February, 1978. 3 p.
8. "Spice: An Alternative Plural". Ts. final version and two draft versions.
March, 1978. 1 p. each.
9. "A Shopping Centre" (Also called "Smoke"). Ts. corrected version.
March, 1977 to March 1998. 13 p.
10. "The Singular Sister". Ts. final version and two draft versions.
March, 1978. Published in Nimbus, Volume 1-2 (Toronto); fall 1979.
11. "The Sun in March". Ts. draft.
March to September, 1978. 2 p.
12. "Caspar". Ts. draft versions. and one page ms. notes.
March, to September, 1978. 5 p.; 1 p. (unfinished)
13. "Love and Work". Ts.
June, 1985. 2 p.
14. "Anniversary Portrait, 1959". Ts. (computer version).
from 1963, revised, July 1999. 2 p.

File 13 Short stories. Originally written in 1962 and 1963. Revised 1972. (See also Box 1, File 10, entitled, "The First Hundred Pages").
1. "Dilly and Charles". Ts. (carbon). 5 p.
2. "Stockings". Ts. (car). 15 p.
3. "The Preposterous Peter Wynning". Ts. corrected draft. 16 p.

File 14 Short stories, revised 1966. (See also Box 1, File 10, entitled "The First Hundred Pages").
1. "Anniversary portrait". Ts. 3 p.
2. "Dilly-Bop and Charlie". Ts. 6 p.
3. "Pool". Ts. 3 p.

File 15. "Skin'.Unpublished collection of short stories. [1974-
1. "An Evening of Poetry". Ts. (photocopy), with editing. 7 p. Accompanying this ts. is a critique by Geoff Hancock, from a workshop he conducted. Published in Canadian Woman Studies, v. 8, no. 1, Spring 1987. (See also file 12, #2).
2. "Love and Money". Ts photocopy), 7 p. and ts. of Geoff Hancock's comments.
3. "Love and Work". Ts.(photocopy), 2 p. with editing. 2 p. Dated June 16-17, 1985. Ts. of Geoff Hancock's comments.
4. "City Life". Ts. 7 p. and edited photocopy, 8 p.
5. "Secrets". Ts. 5 p. Also critiqued by [Geoff Hancock] in ms. notes contained at end of file.
6. "Boots". Ts. 3 p. Also critiqued by [Geoff Hancock] in ms. notes contained at end of file.
7. "Spice: An Alternative Plural". Ts. 2 p. Also critiqued by [Geoff Hancock] in ms. notes contained at end of file.
8. "Everyone Knew". Ts. 3 p. Also critiqued by [Geoff Hancock] in ms. notes contained at end of file.
9. "The Singular Sister". Ts. 4 p.
10. "Skin". Ts. (photocopy). 6 p.
11. "The Sun in March". Ts. 3 p. Also critiqued by [Geoff Hancock], in ms. notes contained at end of file.

File 16 Research material on an unpublished book on the idea of a Clown. Material includes photocopy of a bibliography entitled "The Circus Clown" by Jenoff's sister, Carol Enns and submitted to Library school in 1974; ts. drafts of poems by Jenoff and ms. notes. [1974].
File 17 Ms. notes on research on Indian lore. n.d. 7 p.

Box 2 Stories from The Emperor's Body:
File 1 "Chicken Little: The Prophet"; also called "The Rise of Chicken Little". Ts. edited drafts (19). [1989]. 133 p. Published in Paperplates, v. 2, no. 3.
File 2 "Chicken Little". Research material consisting of ms. notes and outlines; photocopies. 38 p.
File 3 "Cinderella". Ts. edited drafts (26); some ms. notes. 164 p.
File 4 "Cinderella". Ms. and ts. notes and outlines; partial drafts. 39 p. Published as "Cinderella and All the Slippers, the Story of the Story" in The Fiddlehead, no. 172, Summer 1992.
File 5 "The Fox, The Grapes and The Author". Ts. edited drafts (25) and some ms. notes. 197 p.
File 6 "The Giant and the Luteplayer". Abandoned novel worked on in the late 1970s. Ts. edited sections of various drafts and notes. 53 p.
File 7 "The Giant and the Luteplayer". Ms. drafts, early notes, some ts. revisions and magazine. 69 p.
File 8 "The Giant and the Luteplayer". Early ms. ideas and chapter development. 87 p.
File 9 "The Giant and the Luteplayer". Ts. draft with some additions. 124 p.
File 10 "The Giant and the Luteplayer". Miscellaneous segments in ts. and ms. 135 p.
File 11 "The Hare, The Tortoise and the Human Race". Ts. early drafts (11). 57 p. Published in Paperplates, v. 2, no. 3 (Toronto), (what year?)
File 12 "The Possible Cheese". Ts. early drafts (1-7). First draft titled "The Cheese Stands". 71 p.
Published in Mother Tongues, Issue 2, winter, 1992.
File 13 "Snow White: A Reflection". Ts. early and late drafts (13). Ms. notes. 1990. 224 p. (not published in The Emperor's Body); published in Burning Brightly, New Light on Old Tales Told Today, by Kay Stone, Broadview Press, 1998.
File 14 "The Sprat's Spat". Ts. corrected drafts (3). 43 p.
Published in The Antigonish Review, #89, Spring 1992.
File 15 "Twinkle, Twinkle, little Star". Ts. early and later drafts (15). Also contains ms. outlines and research notes. 145 p.

Box 3
File 1 "The Beanstalk, et al.". Ts. early and late drafts; story outline in ms., 1987. Published in Canadian Woman Studies vol. 9, No.3&4, Fall-Winter, 1988. 24 p.
File 2 "The Emperor's Body". Ts corrected drafts (12) and ms. notes. 182 p.
File 3 "Frankenstein". Ts. draft 4 p. Ts. and ms. notes, 23 p.
File 4 "Hansel". Ts. drafts (2 versions) and 2 photocopies of draft. 15 p. Published in Canadian Woman Studies, v. 10, no. 4, Winter 1989.
File 5 "Pygmalia". Ts. drafts. with variant titles: "The Goddess of Seeing Things Her Own Way"; Our Old Lady of the Diamonds"; "Old Woman of the Diamonds". 1987. 31 p. Published in Paperplates, v. 2, no. 1 (Toronto).
File 5 "The New Cinderella". Ts. drafts (25) and ms. notes and versions. 251 p.
File 7 "Sat on a Wall". Ts. edited drafts (2 versions) and photocopy. 1987. 12 p.
File 8 "Snow White: a Season". Also titled "A New Snow White" and "Snow White Delayed". Ts. edited drafts (7). 58 p. Published in Burning Brightly, New Light on Old Tales by Kay Stone, Broadview Press, 1998.
File 9 Computer disks of poetry and prose. 5 1/4 " floppy disks (15).

Series 3
Journals. -- 1977-1998. -- 55 cm of textual records. -- Title based on contents of series. Note: The majority of journal pages have been removed from three ring binders.

Box 3
File 10 Journal, May 1977-March 15, 1978. Ts. and ms. 111 p.
File 11 Journal, March 8, 1978-Aug. 11, 1978. Ts. and ms. 56 p..
File 12 Journal, Aug. 31, 1978-Nov. 23, 1978. Ts. and ms. 96 p.
File 13 Journal, November 23, 1978-March 6, 1979. Ts. and ms. 95 p.
File 14 Journal, March 1, 1979- Dec. 23, 1979. Ts., ms. and photocopies. 71 p.

Box 4
File 1 Journal, Feb. 2, 1980-Dec. 25, 1980. Ts. and ms. 93 p.
File 2 Journal, Jan. 3, 1981-Apr. 25, 1982. Ts. and ms. 83 p.
File 3 Journal, June 27, 1983-Oct. 25, 1983. Ms. notebook. 15 p.
File 4 Journal, June 15, 1987-Nov. 26, 1987. Ms. notebook. 57 p.
File 5 Journal, Nov. 28, 1987-March 10, 1988. Ms. notebook. 60 p.
File 6 Journal, March 10, 1988-June 1, 1988. Ms. notebook. 80 p.
File 7 Journal, June 2, 1988-Sept. 2, 1988. Ms. notebook. 59 p.
File 8 Journal, Sept. 3, 1988-Dec. 31, 1988. Ms., 263 p.
File 9 Journal, Jan. 1, 1989-July 30, 1989. Ms. 250 p.
File 10 Journal, July 31, 1989-April 28, 1990. Ms. 231 p.
File 11 Journal, April 28, 1990-Nov. 3, 1991. Ms. 223 p.

Box 5
File 1 Journal, Nov. 5, 1991-June 6, 1992. 176 p.
File 2 Journal, June 7, 1992-Dec. 31, 1992. Ms. 199 p.
File 3 Journal, Jan. 1, 1994-April 7, 1996. Ms. and photocopied pages of personal data. 233 p.
File 4 Journal, April 10, 1996-Nov. 23, 1997. 177 p.
File 5 Journal, Nov. 27, 1997-July 23, 1998. Notebook, 150 p.
File 6 Journal, July 23, 1998-Feb. 21, 1999.

Series 4
Audio visual and music. -- 1959-1999. -- 6 cm of textual records. -- 11 audio cassettes. -- 1 video cassette. -- 22 slides. -- 46 colour photographs. -- Title based on contents of series.

Box 6
Tape 1 March 19, 1973. Reading at the University of Waterloo, Intro: Dr. J. Gold.
Tape 2 March 19, 1973. Reading from No Lingering Peace at the University of Waterloo, Intro: Dr. J. Gold.
Tape 3 February 14, 1985. Interview with Helen Weinzweig for Waves magazine.
Tape 4 January 8, 1985, Three stories about floods, Storytelling Performance at 1001 Nights of Storytelling, Toronto; Intro: Beverley Kirkland.
Tape 5 September 13, 1985. New Narrative, Storytelling Performance at 1001 Nights
of Storytelling, Toronto.
Tape 6 February 20, 1986, Poetry from Hollandsong on the radio program, Cabbages and Kings; Read by Sheila Martindale.
Tape 7 January 31, 1993, Story ("The Hare, the Tortoise, and the Human Race") on the "Competition" program of Cloud Nine, CBC. Host: Ricardo Keens-Douglas.
Tape 8 April 30, 1996, Interview and Reading, The Emperor's Body, on CKLN radio; Host: Death Waits.
Tape 9 May 24, 1996, Interview and Reading, The Emperor's Body, on CIUT radio; Host: Morris Jacobs.
Videotape: July, 1996, Interview and reading on "Bookshelf," Shaw Cable, Victoria BC: Host: Linda Rogers.
November, 1995, Reading on "Sonja Dunn and Company" (?), Rogers Cable, Etobicoke, Ont.; Host: Sonja Dunn.

File 1 Music: original scores (1959-60), and computer transcriptions of most, of piano music by Marvyne Jenoff.
File 2 Fabric Arts done before and during attendance at the Sheridan College School of Crafts and Design: 1 original fabric art design; 1 sketch for Memorial banner; 22 slides of work.
File 3 Original craft designs (6) submitted for publication, 1983-84 and related correspondence with Canadian Living .
File 4 Photographs (11) of Jewish liturgical pieces, appliqued and embroidered on velvet, 1987-90.
File 5 Colour photocopy of watercolour entitled "Self-Portrait" (1998); 35 colour photographs of watercolours (3 envelopes), 1997-99.

Series 5
Correspondence. -- 1973-1999 -- 20 cm of textual records. -- Title based on content of series. Note: Researchers are advised to check the David McFadden fonds, accession 04-1989, for correspondence between Jenoff and McFadden.

Box 7
File 1 Correspondence with Canada Council, 1974-1976. Includes some tss. Submitted with grant applications.
File 2 Correspondence re marketing and submissions of poems and stories, 1976-1998.
File 3 Correspondence re the Orphan and the Stranger, 1985.
File 4 Correspondence with respondents of Toronto Star column on personal ads. 1988.
File 5 Correspondence feedback during writing of the stories from The Emperor's Body. (Includes correspondence with Harry Howith, Jill Mayer, Margot Matthews and Kay Stone). 1985-1989.
File 6 Literary and editorial correspondence, 1988-1992. (Includes correspondence with journals such as Prairie Fire, The Antigonish Review, Quarry Magazine, The New Quarterly and CBC).
File 7 Correspondence with publishers, 1994-1998.
File 8 Correspondence, re judging of Path Lowther award, 1996.
File 9 Correspondence with Public Lending Right Commission: Title Earning Summaries 1991-1996.
File 10 Correspondence re marketing of The Emperor's Body, 1989-1990.
File 11 Correspondence with Ekstasis Editions: includes contracts and ms. of The Emperor's Body. 1994.
File 12 Correspondence with Ekstasis Editions, re The Emperor's Body. Includes full print-out of disk sent to them. 1994.
File 13 Correspondence with agents re The Emperor's Body. 1993-1994.
File 14 Correspondence re story marketing with various journals, 1992-1994.
File 15 Correspondence with Diane Hargrave re publicity and promotion for The Emperor's Body, 1996.
File 16 Correspondence with Martinovitsne Kutas Ilona, 1995.
File 17 Correspondence re broadcast possibilities for The Emperor's Body, 1994.
File 18 Correspondence with Key Porter Books, 1997-1998.
File 19 Correspondence re requests for book donations, 1995-1996.
File 20 Computer disks (5) containing correspondence 1990-1999.

Series 6
Publicity, promotion and contracts. -- 1993-1996. -- 5 cm of textual records. -- Title based on content of series.

Box 8
File 1 Query letters, marketing, proposals, competitions, and agents contacted re Emperor's Body, 1992. Includes overview of stories, sent as attachments.
File 2 Brochure and invitations for book launch for The Emperor's Body. 1990s.
File 3 Original biography sheets and clip of Chicken Little sent to agents in United States, 1993.
File 4 Publicity for The Emperor's Body, 1995-1996.
File 5 Promotion for The Emperor's Body, 1996.
File 6 Biographical and publicity information, including readings, newsletters, etc. 1990s.

Series 7
Reviews and interviews. -- 1973-1999. -- 5 cm of textual records. -- Title based on content of series.

Box 8 (cont'd)
File 7 Book reviews written by Jenoff. Ts., photocopy and clips, 1985.
File 8 Columns for Montage, the MENSA newsletter. Ts., 1980s-1996.
File 9 Newsletters edited by Jenoff, "The SSTESL Stencil". 1967-1968.
File 10 The League of Canadian Poets newsletters, with one issue containing Jenoff's contribution. 1988-1999.
File 11 Newsletters - Sheridan College (Faculty of Skills Development and Apprenticeship Employees). 1992.
File 12 Interviews conducted by Jenoff: Helen Weinzweig, March 5, 1985; Miriam Waddington, August 8, 1985. Ts.
File 13 Readings and interviews, confirmations and notices, re The Emperor's Body, 1996.
File 14 Contract with Oberon Press, for publication of Hollandsong, Oct. 21, 1974.
File 15 Reviews of No Lingering Peace. Clips and photocopies, 1973.
File 16 Reviews of The Orphan and the Stranger. Clips and photocopies, 1986.
File 17 Reviews of Hollandsong. Clips and photocopies, 1976-1977.
File 18 Reviews of The Emperor's Body in Paperplates Vol. 3, no. 1, [1996].

Series 8
Publications . -- 1962-1999. -- 30 cm of textual records. -- Title based on content of series.

Box 7 (cont'd)
Alphabet. Number 4, June 1962.
The Antigonish Review. Number 89. Spring 1992.
ARC. Spring 1997, no. 38.
bohemian Liphe magazine. Vol. 1. no. 1, June 1962.
Books in Canada. Vol. 14, no. 6, August/September 1985.
Burning Brightly, ed Kay Stone, Broadview Press, 1988.
Canadian Author & Bookman. Vol. 58, no. 1, Fall 1982.
The Canadian Forum. Vol. 58. no. 681, June-July 1978; vol. 65, no. 751, August-September 1985.
Canadian Women Studies. Vol. 7, nos. 1&2, Spring/Summer 1986; vol. 8, no. 1, Spring 1987; vol. 9, nos. 3&4, Fall/Winter 1988; Vol. 10, no. 4, Winter 1989; Vol. 16, no. 4, Fall 1996.
Creative Campus (University of Manitoba). Nos. 62, 64.
CVII Contemporary Verse Two. Vol. 3 no. 4, Summer 1978; Vol. 6 no. 1&2, Winter 1982.
Cross-Canada Writers' Quarterly. Col. 6, no. 4, 1984.

Box 8
The Far Point. nos. 7&8, Fall 1972 and Spring 1973.
The Fiddlehead. No. 52, Spring 1962; no. 53, Summer 1962; no. 60, Spring 1964; no. 62, Fall 1964; No. 172, Summer 1992.
Fireweed. Issue 1, Autumn 1978; Issue 3&4, Summer 1979.
Germination. Vol. 9, no. 1, Spring/Summer 1985.
Jewish Dialog. 1976; 1977.
Landscape. Ed. Gay Allison, Karen Hood and Janis Rapoport. Toronto: The Women's Writing Collective, 1977.
Matrix. Issue no. 8, Winter 1979.
MC2 Mensa Canada Communications. Vol. 26, no. 7, October 1993; Vol. 26, no. 8, November 1993; Vol. 27, no. 5, June 1994; Vol. 27, no. 8, November-December 1994.
Montages. Vol. 19, no.9, Dec.1995; vol. 19, no. 10, Jan.-Feb. 1996; Vol. 20, no. 1, March 1996; Vol. 20, no. 2, April 1996; Vol. 20, no. 3, May 1996; Vol. 20, no. 4, June 1996; Vol. 20,no. 5, July-August 1996; Vol. 20, no. 7, October 1996; Vol. 20, no. 8, November 1996; Vol. 21, no. 1, January-February 1997; Vol.. 21, no. 2, March 1997; Vol. 21, no. 3, April 1997; Vol. 21, no. 4, May 1997; Vol. 21, no. 5, June 1997; Vol. 21, no. 7, September 1997; Vol. 21, no. 8, October-November 1997; Vol. 21, no. 9, December 1997; Vol. 22, no. 1, January-February 1998; Vol. 22,no. 2, March-April 1998.
(m)Other Tongues. Issue Two, Winter 1991.
NB The Norwegian Bible, ed.Martinotsne Kutas Ilona. Eger, 1994.
New Poet's Handbook. Revised ed. Published by the League of Canadian Poets, Summer 1985.
Opzij July/August 1981.
Other Voices, vol. 3 no. 2, Fall 1990.
Ottawa Review. Vol. 1,no. 1, Autumn 1977.
Paperplates. Vol. 1, no. 3 [1992]; Vol. 1 no. 4 [1992]; vol. 2, no. 1 [1992]; vol. 2, no. 3 [1992].
Poetry Toronto. No. 7/9, July-August 1976; No. 17, May 1977.
Prism International. Vol. 27, no. 2, Winter 1989.
Relations, ed. Kenneth Sherman. Mosaic Press, 1986.
Rimbus. Vol. 1 no. 2, Fall 1979.
Rune. No. 2, Spring 1975; No. 3, Spring 1976; No. 4, Spring 1977.
The Tamarack Review. Issue 62, 1974.
The Third Taboo, ed. Heather Cadsby and Maria Jacobs. Wolsak & Wynn, 1983.
Tributaries An Anthology: Writer to Writer, ed. Barry Dempster. Mosaic Press, 1978.
Urban/rural: women, writing & place, 1995, ed. Maja Bannerman. League of Canadian Poets, 1995.
Volume 63. No. 1, December 1963; No. 3, Summer 1965.
Waves. Vol. 8, no. 2, 1980; Vol. 13, no. 4, Spring 1985; Vol. 14, nos. 1 & 2, Fall 1985.
Whale Sound, Ed., Greg Gatenby. J.J. Douglas Ltd., 1977.


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