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About Eric McCormack.

Series consists of material about Eric McCormack, his life, activities and career. Includes, clippings, correspndence and ephemera.

McCormack, Eric P.

Cloud.

File consists of one typed (computer output, original, 328 pp.) draft with handwritten annotations and corrections of McCormack's novel "Cloud" published by Penguin, September 2014.

McCormack, Eric P.

About Eric McCormack: Biographical.

This series contains primarily news clippings and serial publications containing articles with a biographical and/or critical focus. They relate to Eric McCormack's life history with special emphasis on the development of his career as an author and on the works of fiction which he has had published to date. A large number of these materials also relate specifically to Eric McCormack's receipt of and/or nomination for receipt of various literary awards.

Finally, a number of materials, including news clippings, correspondence, and ephemera relating primarily to Eric McCormack's personal interests, are grouped together in a miscellaneous file within this series.

McCormack, Eric P.

Book launches: First blast of the trumpet against the monstrous regiment of women.

Relates to media events aimed at promoting First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women. This includes a list of interviews given by Eric McCormack to the media in Ottawa and a reading at the National Library. Additionally, this file contains a list of media events (primarily interviews) attended by Eric McCormack as part of efforts by himself and his publisher, Penguin Canada, to promote First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women.

McCormack, Eric P.

Clippings.

Includes four clippings (three originals, one photocopy, one faxed copy).

The first article, which appeared in Saturdaynight 112, no. 4 (May 1997): 105, 107-108 , focuses on the literary style of Eric McCormack's works and looks at important influences on him with special emphasis on his Scots origins. Particular consideration is given in this piece to his most recent work First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women. This article also provides information on Eric McCormack's life history focusing especially on his upbringing in Scotland and his doctoral studies at the University of Manitoba.

The second article - _Macleans_110, no. 28 (14 July 1997): 43 - provides a short critique of Eric McCormack's works with special attention to First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women. This article also points to the stark contrast between the themes of Eric McCormack's works and the author's personality.
T
he third article (The Record, 8 November 1997, sec. D, page 7) focuses on people from the Kitchener-Waterloo region who have achieved fame. Included among the individuals referred to in this article is Eric McCormack.

This file also includes an article (source unspecified) which was faxed to Eric McCormack by Penguin Books Canada in April 1997. The subject of this article is electronic books. This article reports on the increase in books which are now made available electronically via the Internet. Included among these books is Eric McCormack's First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women made available electronically by CVB.

McCormack, Eric P.

Cloud.

File consists of one typed draft (computer output, original, 30 pp.) with handwritten annotations and corrections dated March 6, 2012.

McCormack, Eric P.

Linklater, John: Book Editor: Glasgow Herald.

Letter to John Linklater, book editor with the Glasgow Herald, re Eric Mccormack's trip to Scotland in May 1991 and his hope that himself and John Linklater will be able to meet up during this visit.

McCormack, Eric P.

Manguel, Alberto: Editor, Anthologist, Author.

Includes correspondence with Alberto Manguel re The Oxford Book of Canadian Ghost Stories, an anthology which he has compiled which includes a story by Eric McCormack. Also relates to another story written by Eric McCormack which he submitted for inclusion in another anthology which Alberto Manguel was in the process of putting together.

McCormack, Eric P.

Mondolibro Editore: Italian Publisher: Editor, Lisa Jako.

Includes correspondence with Lisa Jako, Editor with the Italian publishing house Mondolibro Editore, re the publication of The Mysterium in Italy. Also relates to Eric McCormack's trip to Italy in April 1995 for the launch of this publication.

McCormack, Eric P.

Mowat, Claire: (Mrs. Farley).

Includes letter to Claire Mowatt, a writer, responding to her queries re The Paradise Motel, which relate to Eric McCormack's influences for this novel, symbolism in the novel, and other queries about the plot and theme of the novel.

McCormack, Eric P.

Mulhallen, Karen: Editor of Descant.

Correspondence to Karen Mulhallen, Editor of Descant, re a reading which she organized in Waterloo. Also relates to 25th anniversary of Descant in 1993 and a submission which Eric McCormack has been asked to make to a Descant publication being produced to mark this occasion. The final letter relates to a short story Eric McCormack has written for a special issue of Descant being edited by Ken Nutt.

McCormack, Eric P.

Musgrave, Susan.

Includes correspondence with Susan Musgrave re the publication of her poems in the Norton Anthology and a reading she gave in Waterloo. Reference is also made to the possibility of a screenplay of The Paradise Motel , to a book launch of Il Mysterium in Florence attended by Eric McCormack, and to readings which Eric McCormack will give in B.C.

McCormack, Eric P.

Clippings.

Includes typed (computer output) interview e-mailed to Eric McCormack on Wednesday, July 22, 1998. This is an interview which was conducted previously with the author. Themes covered in this interview include: Eric McCormack's experiences of Canada both in personal and literary terms; the importance of satire and parody in his writing; the extent to which the writer figure is a symbolic projection into the fictional world; the materiality of words as both destroyers and preservers; the extent to which his works are metafictions, fictions about making fictions; intertextuality in his works; Postmodernism and his works; the extent to which his writing is genre-centered; the connection between his landscapes and the sense of dread they evoke; whether or not First Blast... is more of a mainstream Canadian novel about a character's growth and development;
*whether there is an aesthetic doctrine lurking behind his works.

McCormack, Eric P.

Cloud.

File consists of handwritten notes written by McCormack for his novel "Cloud."

McCormack, Eric P.

Nutt, Ken : Artist and Editor.

Letter to Ken Nutt re a contribution Eric McCormack has been asked to make to a special issue of Descant which Ken Nutt is guest editing. This contribution relates to Burke and Hare. Reference is also made in this letter to Ken Nutt's watercolour "Adam Kadmon".

McCormack, Eric P.

Partensky, Jean-Paul: Translator.

Correspondence to Jean-Paul Patensky (who appears to work for the publishing house Boréal in Montreal) re his translation of The Paradise Motel and The Mysterium into French. Also relates to the media publicity which Eric McCormack's works have received in the form of radio and television interviews with the author and in the form of book reviews.

McCormack, Eric P.

Porte, Sabine: Translator.

Includes letter to Sabine Porte re her translation of First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women into the French language.

McCormack, Eric P.

Rooke, Leon: Author.

Two letters sent to Leon Rooke re a reading which this author gave in Mar. 1990. Also relates to a literary festival Eric McCormack attended, to clippings which Leon Rooke sent him, and to an invitation extended to Eric McCormack from Leon Rooke to give a reading.

McCormack, Eric P.

Scottish Arts Council: Prize.

Includes a letter to Shonagh Irvine re Eric McCormack's receipt of the Scottish Arts Council's Spring Book Award in 1990. Also relates to press releases re the Spring Book award winners.

McCormack, Eric P.

Slung, Michele: Editor, Anthologist.

Includes correspondence with Michele Slung re a collection of short stories he compiled entitled I Shudder At Your Touch. This publication includes a story by Eric McCormack.

In one letter Eric McCormack congratulates Michele Slung on this book, a copy of which he has just received. The other letter is comprised primarily of personal news relating to Eric McCormack's academic and literary career, including reference to Eric McCormack's invitation to attend the book launch of Il Mysterium in Florence, and to a possibility of a screenplay of The Paradise Motel.

McCormack, Eric P.

Stuewe,Paul : Editor Books in Canada.

Includes correspondence with Paul Stuewe re Eric McCormack's participation in the Books in Canada Student Writing Awards in 1992. One letter contains Eric McCormack's list of selections for the awards in the categories of poetry and short fiction. Other letters relate to reviews which Eric McCormack wrote for Books in Canada.

McCormack, Eric P.

Family traditions.

File consists of one typed draft (computer output, original, 23 pp.) with handwritten corrections and additions.

McCormack, Eric P.

Literary awards: Commonwealth Writers Prize for the Canada-Caribbean Region.

Includes clippings (originals and photocopies) from newspapers and newsletters. All of these articles report that Eric McCormack, was one of two recipients of the Commonwealth Writers Prize for the Canada-Caribbean region in 1988. This was one of eight regional Commonwealth Writers prizes. McCormack received this award for his work Inspecting the Vaults. The Nigerian writer, Festus Iyayi was named the overall winner of the Commonwealth Writers Prize in this year for his novel Heroes.

Eric McCormack travelled to London, England to be presented with this regional prize and to compete with winners from three other Commonwealth regions for the overall prize. One of these articles reports on Eric McCormack's impressions of this event. Most of these articles also feature reports on Eric McCormack's reaction to his winning this prize as recorded in interviews with him and provide some background information about his life and literary career.

McCormack, Eric P.

Thomas, Kevin: Welsh Academy.

Two letters to Kevin Thomas re a talk which Eric McCormack was invited to give as part of a conference hosted by the Welsh Academy entitled "New Literatures in English" in May 1991.

McCormack, Eric P.

Inspecting the vaults.

Reviews (both originals and photocopies) of Inspecting the Vaults in chronological order. These reviews appeared primarily in Canadian newspapers and serial publications, though some were also published in U.S. and British newspapers and serial publications. This file also contains a press release (Jan. 30, 1987) issued by St. Jerome's College reporting that Inspecting the Vaults was released internationally by Penguin Books of Canada on Feb. 2, 1987.

McCormack, Eric P.

The paradise motel.

Reviews (both originals and photocopies) of The Paradise Motel in chronological order. The majority of these reviews were published in 1989. A large proportion of these reviews were published in Canadian newspapers and serial publications, though a considerable number also appeared in Scottish and English newspapers and serial publications, and a small number were published in U.S. serials.

Some reviews of The Paradise Motel from 1990 and 1991 are also contained in this file and include reviews in English language Canadian newspapers, as well as some Canadian French language reviews. Several reviews which appeared in Danish newspapers can also be found in this file. Undated items from Books in School, no. 34; _The Bulletin of the Welsh Academy_and The Oxford Times can also be found here. In the case of a few items no source is identified.

Some announcements and press advertisements for The Paradise Motel in addition to copies of booklists in which this novel is listed are also contained in this file.

McCormack, Eric P.

The mysterium.

Reviews and announcements (both originals and photocopies) of The Mysterium in chronological order which appeared in Canadian newspapers and serial publications between 1992-1993 and in 1995.

McCormack, Eric P.

First blast of the trumpet against the monstrous regiment of women.

Reviews (both originals and photocopies) of First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women in chronological order. These reviews appeared in Canadian newspapers and serial publications in 1997. In the case of two of the reviews which were faxed to Eric McCormack by Penguin Books Canada, due to unclear copy, it is not possible to determine the sources of these items.

This file also contains press ads which were produced to promote First Blast of the Trumpet.... These ads appeared in The Globe and Mail, on 31 May1997 and on Saturday, 25 October 1997, sec D, page 12.

McCormack, Eric P.

Book Reviews Containing Partial Reviews of or References to Works by Eric P. McCormack.

Book reviews containing references to Eric McCormack's works. Indeed, three of the works reviewed contain a short story written by Eric McCormack. They include:
(1) Nigel Hunt, review of The Gates of Paradise: The Anthology of Erotic Short Fiction, edited by Alberto Manguel, The Toronto Star, Saturday, 20 March 1993. This review makes reference to "Birthday Present", a short story by Eric McCormack, which is contained in the collection of erotic short fiction reviewed in this article.;
(2) Pauline Durichen, review of Canadian Mystery Stories, edited by Alberto Manguel, The Record, [199-?]. This review includes a critique of "Eckhardt at the Window", one of the short mystery stories contained in the work reviewed in the article;
(3) Three reviews of I Shudder at Your Touch, an anthology of 22 stories of sexual horror including Eric McCormack's "Festival".

Also includes a review by H. J. Kirchhoff of The Globe and Mail (n.d.), which focuses on the works of the author of two novels, a book of stories and six volumes of poetry, Rikki Ducornet. This review states that Ms. Ducornet's work has been compared to that of "Eric McCormack, perhaps the Canadian master of the literary baroque". The final review of Izaak Mansk's Forbidden to Grow Old (The Globe and Mail, Saturday, 2 September 1989) includes a statement that Mansk's work "fits nicely into the fabulist school" along with authors such as Eric McCormack and Ernest Hekkanen.

McCormack, Eric P.

Family traditions.

File consists of one typed draft (computer output, original, 17 pp.) with handwritten corrections and additions.

McCormack, Eric P.

Literary awards: Governor-General's Award for Fiction.

Includes clippings from newspapers and serial publications focusing on the fiction finalists for the Govenor-General Award in 1997. Eric McCormack was among those nominated for his novel First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women.

Additionally, an article which appeared in St. Jerome's College newsletter _Update!_15, no. 2 (fall/winter 1997): 3, reports that 1997 was a very good year for writers and editors at St. Jerome's. Among the success stories referred to in this article is Eric McCormack's nomination for the Governor General's award for his novel First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women.

Also included among the items in this file is a copy of a news bulletin issued by the Canada Council for the Arts on Oct. 22, 1997 listing the names of the nominees for the Governor-General's Awards and the titles of their works in English and French, in the categories of fiction, poetry, drama, nonfiction, children's literature (text and illustraton), and translation.
Additionally, two of the clippings contained in this file report that Jane Urquhart was the winner of the Governor General's Award for fiction in 1997.

These articles report on Ms. Urquhart's reaction to her win and focus on her literary career and previous literary awards received by her. These articles were published in The Record, Wednesday, 19 November 1997 and in The University of Waterloo Magazine (winter 1998). Both these articles also make reference to the fact that Eric McCormack was short-listed for this award.

Finally, this file contains a news bulletin issued by The Canada Council for the Arts on Nov. 17, 1998. This includes the names of the winners of the 1998 Governor General's Literary Awards.

McCormack, Eric P.

The mystery of mystery.

McCormack, Eric. "The Mystery of Mystery", ATC 7, no. 3 (November 1995): 9. This serial publication is published by the Student Union of St. Jerome's College. In this piece McCormack refers to his participaton in a TVO special on ghosts and mysteries. He describes his own experience of seeing a ghost in the summer of 1973 and conveys his own views on ghosts and the supernatural.

McCormack, Eric P.

Sex on the road.

McCormack, Eric. "Sex on the Road", Books in Canada 22, no. 9 (December 1993): 6-7. This article describes the literary roadshow for "Sexual Gothic" which took place in Sept. 1993 at the University of Toronto's Hart House Theatre, then at the Organic Theatre in Chicago, and in New York at Symphony Space.

McCormack, Eric P.

Inspecting the vaults, and other stories.

308 page typed draft (photocopy or computer output), of the work published as Inspecting the Vaults, by Eric McCormack. [Markham, Ont.] : Penguin Books, c1987 in various paginations: "Inspecting the Vaults," [129]-156, "The Fragment," [1]-7, "Sad Stories in Patagonia," [1]-16, "The One-Legged Men," [20]-30, ”Eckhardt at a Window," [1]-17,
"Knox Abroad," [31]-56, "Edward and Georgina," [8]-19, "Captain Joe," [1]-10, "The Swath," [57]-80, "Festival," [1]-21, "No Country for Old Men," [1]-5, "Train of Gardens," [90]-122, "The Hobby," [1]-7, "One Picture of Trotsky," [1]-27, "Lusawort's Meditation," [1]-6, "Anyhow in a Corner," [1]-16, "Long Days in the Town," [1]-17, "Twins," [81]-89,
*"The Fugue," [123]-128.

McCormack, Eric P.

Anyhow in a corner.

3 copies of typed (computer output) draft, varying pagination, prepared for the work published as Inspecting The Vaults, by Eric McCormack. [Markham, Ont.] : Penguin Books, c1987.

McCormack, Eric P.

Captain Joe.

3 versions of typed draft of Captain Joe. The earliest draft includes 4 copies of 6 page typed (computer output?), the second draft consists of a 13 page typed (original) with holograph corrections, while the third and most recent draft is a 12 page typed (original). These drafts were prepared for the work published as Inspecting The Vaults, by Eric McCormack. [Markham, Ont.] : Penguin Books, c1987.

McCormack, Eric P.

Festival.

21 page typed draft (computer output) prepared for the work published as Inspecting The Vaults, by Eric McCormack. [Markham, Ont.] : Penguin Books, c1987.

McCormack, Eric P.

The fragment.

3 copies of 7 page typed draft (computer output) prepared for the work published as Inspecting The Vaults, by Eric McCormack. [Markham, Ont.] : Penguin Books, c1987.

McCormack, Eric P.

The Fugue.

2 copies of 4 page typed draft (original and photocopy) prepared for the work published as Inspecting The Vaults, by Eric McCormack. [Markham, Ont.] : Penguin Books, c1987.

McCormack, Eric P.

The hobby.

6 page typed draft (computer output) prepared for the work published as Inspecting The Vaults, by Eric McCormack. [Markham, Ont.] : Penguin Books, c1987.

McCormack, Eric P.

No country for old men.

4 page typed draft (computer output) prepared for the work published as Inspecting The Vaults, by Eric McCormack. [Markham, Ont.] : Penguin Books, c1987.

McCormack, Eric P.

Literary awards: K-W Arts Awards.

Includes a photocopy of a clipping (The Record, Monday, 12 April 1999) entitled "Arts Community Awards". This article provides information on the winners of the 11th K-W Arts Awards in 1999. These awards are presented to artists in K-W in the fields of literature, visual arts, performing arts, and music. Eric McCormack was awarded the Literacy Award.

McCormack, Eric P.

Family traditions.

File consists of one typed draft (computer output, original, 16 pp.) with handwritten corrections and additions.

McCormack, Eric P.

The one-legged men.

2 versions of typed draft for The One-Legged Men. First draft includes 2 copies of 6 page typed (photocopies); second draft includes 2 copies of 9 page typed (computer output) and one 11 page typed (computer output). These drafts were prepared for the work published as Inspecting The Vaults, by Eric McCormack. [Markham, Ont.] : Penguin Books, c1987.

McCormack, Eric P.

One picture of Trotsky.

28 page typed draft (computer output) prepared for the work published as Inspecting The Vaults, by Eric McCormack. [Markham, Ont.] : Penguin Books, c1987.

McCormack, Eric P.

The temper.

12 page typed draft (photocopy). This short story did not appear in the work which was published as Inspecting the Vaults, by Eric McCormack. [Markham, Ont.] : Penguin Books, c1987. It is possible, however, that it was intended at one time that this story would form part of this published work.

McCormack, Eric P.

Twins.

7 page typed (original) draft with some holograph corrections prepared for the work published as Inspecting The Vaults, by Eric McCormack. [Markham, Ont.] : Penguin Books, c1987.

McCormack, Eric P.

Inspecting the vaults, and other stories.

Handwritten and typed (computer output) drafts of some of the short stories prepared for the work published as Inspecting the Vaults, by Eric McCormack. [Markham, Ont.] : Penguin Books, c1987 in various paginations: "The Fragment", 7 page; "Eckhardt at a Window" (2 versions of handwritten working drafts with varying pagination, one with holograph corrections);
"The One-Legged Men", 11 page; "Edward and Georgina" (two versions of draft one of 6 p and one of 13p.; "The Swath", 20 page; "Anyhow in a Corner", 8 page;
*"Twins", 8 page

Also contains handwritten drafts of "To Die in the City_" and handwritten and typed (computer output) drafts of "The Dear Saint" in varying pagination. These latter two stories were not published as part of the work Inspecting the Vaults, by Eric McCormack. [Markham, Ont]. : Penguin Books, c1987. It is possible, however, that it was intended at one time that these stories would form part of this published work.

McCormack, Eric P.

Inspecting the vaults, and other stories.

314 page typed draft (computer output) prepared for the work published as Inspecting the Vaults, by Eric McCormack. [Markham, Ont.] : Penguin Books, c1987: "Introduction", 6 page, "Inspecting the Vaults", [1]-28, "The Fragment", [29]-35, "Sad Stories in Patagonia", 37-53 (p.36 missing), "Eckhardt at a Window", [54]-73, "The One-Legged Men", [74]-84,
"Knox Abroad", [85]-110, "Edward and Georgina", [111]-123, "Captain Joe", [124]-133, "The Swath", [134]-157, "Festival", [158]-183, "No Country for Old Men", [184]-188, "A Train of Gardens -- Part I -- Irenus Fludd", [189]-209, "A Train of Gardens -- Part II -- The Machine", [210]-219, "The Hobby", [220]-227, "One Picture of Trotsky", [228]-259, "Lusawort's Meditation", [260]-265, "Anyhow in a Corner", [266]-281, "Long Days in the Town", [282]-300, "Twins", [301]-309,
*"The Fugue", [310]-314.

Contains some corrections to pagination and handwritten amendments to contents page and introduction.

McCormack, Eric P.

The paradise motel.

[ca. 210] page handwritten draft (original) with some corrections in addition to holograph notes prepared for the work published as The Paradise Motel, by Eric McCormack. Markham, Ont. : Viking, 1989. This draft is described as "Draft #2" and the author indicates that this draft was written in Mexico.

McCormack, Eric P.

The paradise motel.

123 page typed draft (computer output) with some holograph corrections and revisions prepared for the work published as The Paradise Motel, by Eric McCormack. Markham, Ont. : Viking, 1989. page 7 missing. This draft is described as "an early draft". It is most likely that it was written in 1987 though this is not clearly indicated.

McCormack, Eric P.

The paradise motel.

192 page typed draft (computer output) with extensive holograph corrections and revisions in addition to 3 page holograph notes prepared for the work published as The Paradise Motel, by Eric McCormack. Markham, Ont. : Viking, 1989. This is described as a "rough draft". It would appear that this typed draft dates from June 12, 1987, but that the holograph revisions and corrections to this draft were made during the period June - Sept., 1987.

McCormack, Eric P.

The paradise motel.

13 page typed draft (computer output) of Chapters 7 and 8 with some holograph corrections and revisions in addition to 1 leaf holograph notes prepared for the work published as The Paradise Motel, by Eric McCormack. Markham, Ont. : Viking, 1989.

McCormack, Eric P.

Family traditions.

File consists of one typed draft (computer output, original, 16 pp.) with handwritten corrections and additions.

McCormack, Eric P.

Literary awards: People's Prize for Fiction.

Includes four copies of the same clipping (including 3 photocopies) entitled "Strong Short-leet[sic] for the People's Prize" (Herald, 2 May 1990). This article reports that the nominees for the 1990 People's Prize constitute "the strongest short-leet[sic] of six books ever announced for a Scottish literary award". Eric McCormack's The Paradise Motel is among the six works shortlisted for this prize. Information on all the nominated writers and background information on this Scottish literary award are provided in this clipping.

McCormack, Eric P.

The paradise motel.

Described as "good copy for Cynthia". This 198 page typeddraft (computer output and photocopies), with a small number of corrections, was prepared for the work published as The Paradise Motel, by Eric McCormack. Markham, Ont. : Viking, 1989. Two copies of pp. 6-8, 10-16, 23, 56, 65-66, 69, 94, 123, 126-140, 145, 161, and 167 are contained in this file.

McCormack, Eric P.

The paradise motel.

Includes the "penultimate draft" prepared for the work published as The Paradise Motel, by Eric McCormack. Markham, Ont. : Viking, 1989. 200 page typed draft (computer output) with a few holograph corrections.

McCormack, Eric P.

The mysterium.

67 page typed draft (computer output) with extensive holograph corrections and revisions prepared for the work published as The Mysterium, by Eric McCormack. Toronto : Viking, 1992. This constitutes draft verson number five of this work. Pages 1-60 numbered consecutively by Eric McCormack. 7 additional paginated leaves are also contained in this file and appear to belong with this version of the draft of The Mysterium.

McCormack, Eric P.

The mysterium.

Ca. 110 page typed draft (computer output) with extensive holograph corrections and revisions prepared for the work published as The Mysterium, by Eric McCormack. Toronto : Viking, 1992. Pages 21-99 numbered consecutively by Eric McCormack. 32 pages, which are also contained in this file, are unpaginated.

McCormack, Eric P.

The mysterium.

Ca. [76] page unpaginated typed draft (computer output) with some holograph corrections and revisions prepared for the work published as The Mysterium, by Eric McCormack. Toronto : Viking, 1992. Also includes 5 page holograph notes and loose typed draft pages with holograph corrections and annotations. Description provided by Eric McCormack indicates that this is an "earlier draft" of his work The Mysterium, Toronto : Viking, 1990. However, the exact date is not specified.

McCormack, Eric P.

The mysterium.

Originally stored in binder. Includes ca. [167] page holograph notes and paginated typed draft (computer output) with extensive holograph corrections and revisions for the work published as The Mysterium, by Eric McCormack. Toronto : Viking, 1992.

McCormack, Eric P.

The mysterium.

Ca. 107 page typed (computer output) draft with extensive holograph corrections and revisions in addition to one leaf with holograph notes and a map of Carrick prepared for the work published as The Mysterium, by Eric McCormack. Toronto : Viking, 1992.

McCormack, Eric P.

The mysterium.

Ca. [125] page typed (computer output) draft with extensive holograph corrections and revisions together with [4] page holograph notes, prepared for the work published as The Mysterium, by Eric McCormack. Toronto : Viking, 1992.

McCormack, Eric P.

The mysterium.

Ca. [131] page typed (computer output) draft with extensive holograph corrections and revisions, prepared for the work published as The Mysterium, by Eric McCormack. Toronto : Viking, 1992. Some leaves unpaginated.

McCormack, Eric P.

The mysterium.

115 page typed (computer output) draft with a considerable number of holograph corrections and revisions, page 3 missing, prepared for the work published as The Mysterium, by Eric McCormack. Toronto : Viking, 1992. This draft is undated but it seems likely that it dates from 1991 and was written after the Mar. 1991 draft.

McCormack, Eric P.

Literary awards: Spring Book Award of the Scottish Arts Council.

Includes clippings from newspapers, newsletters, and other serial publications all of which report that Eric McCormack has been awarded the Spring Book Award of the Scottish Arts Council. This award is given "in recognition of high standards in writing". These articles report on Eric McCormack's literary career to date and also refer to the fact that he has also been nominated for the 1990 People's Prize for Fiction.

This file also contains a poster issued by the Scottish Arts Council listing the winners of the Spring Book Awards in 1990.

McCormack, Eric P.

The mysterium.

Ca. [183] page typed (computer output) draft with extensive holograph corrections and revisions, prepared for the work published as The Mysterium, by Eric McCormack. Toronto : Viking, 1992. Includes typed (computer output) draft, 1-221, together with ca. [62] page unpaginated typed (computer output) draft.

McCormack, Eric P.

The mysterium.

265 page typed (computer output) draft with large number of holograph corrections and revisions, prepared for the work published as The Mysterium, by Eric McCormack. Toronto : Viking, 1992.

McCormack, Eric P.

The mysterium.

Ca. [343] page typed (computer output) draft , prepared for the work published as The Mysterium, by Eric McCormack. Toronto : Viking, 1992. Includes typed (computer output) draft, [1]-272, with a small number of holograph corrections. This appears to be one of the final drafts of this work from 1992. This file also includes ca. [71] page largely unpaginated typed (computer output) draft with a large number of holograph corrections and revisions in addition to some holograph notes. This latter draft dates from an earlier period which is unspecified.

McCormack, Eric P.

First blast of the trumpet against the monstrous regiment of women.

Originally stored in binder. Contains ca. [249] page typed draft (computer output) with a considerable number of holograph corrections and revisions and [1] leaf holograph notes prepared for the work published as First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women, By Eric McCormack. Toronto : Viking, 1997.

This file contains the entire draft of First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women, by Eric McCormack. Toronto : Viking, 199, which was completed on June 11, 1996. Additionally, this file contains revised sections of this work dated July 4, 1996, and July 25 1996 respectively.

McCormack, Eric P.

First blast of the trumpet against the monstrous regiment of women.

172 page typed draft (computer output) with a small number of holograph corrections and 1 leaf holograph notes prepared for the work published as First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women, by Eric McCormack. Toronto : Viking, 1997. It appears that the final completion date for this draft was Aug. 1, 1996.

McCormack, Eric P.

Family traditions.

File consists of one photocopy of a short story titled "Family traditions" that appeared in the April 2015 volume of Monkey Business.

McCormack, Eric P.

Literary festivals: Eden Mills Writers' Festival.

Includes pamphlets and flyers listing the program of events for the Eden Mills Writers' Festival in 1989 and 1990 at which Eric McCormack was among the authors who gave readings from their works. Some correspondence (1990) sent by the oganizers of this literary event to Eric McCormack regarding the program of events and his participation in the festival is also contained in this file.

A clipping, which reports on the Eden Mills Writers' Festival which took place in Guelph in 1989, is also among the items in this file. This article reports that Eric McCormack was among the writers who gave readings at this festival and features a photograph of Mr. McCormack reading an excerpt from one of his works outside the Eden Mills General Store on Oct. 15, 1989 (The Toronto Star, Monday, 16 October 1989, sec. A, page 9). A copy of the Annual Report of the Ontario Arts Council, 1990-1991 sent to Eric McCormack by this ogranization can also be found among these items. Eric McCormack is among the artists featured in this report and once again the photograph of Eric McCormack giving a reading during the 1989 Eden Mills Writers' Festival in Guelph is featured in this annual report.

Additionally, a letter (July 27, 1992) to Eric McCormack from Christine Adachi, Publications Coordinator of the Ontario Arts Council, expresses the council's gratitude for his participation in the publication of this annual report.

McCormack, Eric P.

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