Canadian poet, author and journalist Zoë Landale was born in Toronto, Ontario, on June 29, 1952. Studied creative writing at the University of British Columbia; teaches at Kwantlen University College, Richmond, British Columbia. Biographical information available in Who's who in Canadian literature, 1997-1998, p. 190, and in The encyclopedia of literature in Canada, p. 608.
Fonds consists of correspondence and manuscripts of poems, poetry collections, novels, short stories, prose, articles, book reviews, columns, essays and speeches. Also includes journals, notebooks and daytimers; university files including creative writing assignments and teaching-related material; Federation of British Columbia files; Vancouver Industrial Writers Union files including manuscripts for poetry anthology Shop talk edited by Z. Landale; articles, reviews and other material about Z. Landale and her family; material relating to conferences, courses and readings; miscellaneous material; works by others; and published works.
Includes: 21 photographs, 8 negative strips, 1 contact sheet, 1 audiocassette, 2 videocassettes.
Donated by Z. Landale between 2003 and 2008.
Text in English.
Some items restricted.
File level inventory available at repository.
Related fonds are Richard Simmins fonds (Acc 726/02.13) and Simmins family fonds (Acc 742/03.7).
Further accruals expected.
Acc 741/03.6, 820/07.10, 848/08.9