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Paul Yee fonds
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Boy in the attic, post-release

File consists of records relating to the publication and reception of The boy in the attic, including correspondence, newsclippings, and certificates of the awards and nominations that Yee received for the book.

Lorimer, notes and correspondence before Yee's involvement

File consists of correspondence relating to the writing and publication on a book of stories about Chinese-Canadian children living in Vancouver. The file also includes drafts of those stories, and a manuscript of a satirical story titled "Oh! Canada".

Correspondence April - August 1989

File consists of correspondence between Yee and his friends, colleagues, and publishers, as well as other materials such as correspondence relating to Yee's receipt of the UBC Alumni Association's Young Alumnus Award; an outline of a speech that Yee prepared about Saltwater City; and notes Yee made to himself relating to his work and personal life.

Correspondence, 1980-1986

File consists of personal correspondence between Yee and his friends and colleagues, as well as other materials such as a note relating to Yee's Aunt Lillian, possibly written by a family member; a letter from Yee to his publisher relating to contract negotiations; notes by Yee that may relate to a piece of creative writing he was working on; a certificate of Yee's completion of the archives course offered by the Public Archives of Canada (PAC) in 1983; and a photograph of Yee's PAC archives course cohort.

Correspondence 1997 [volume 1]

File consists of correspondence between Yee and his friends, family, colleagues, readers, and publishers, including correspondence relating to Yee's receipt of the 1996 Governor General's Award for Ghost Train. The file also includes documents pertaining to cultural events and organizations in Toronto and Vancouver, and a typescript of an essay about Yee's writing by John Ming Chen.

Correspondence 1995

File consists of correspondence between Yee and his friends, family, colleagues, readers, and publishers. The file also includes Yee's personal calendar; a typescript of Yee's story "Red", published by Arsenal Pulp Press in Queer View Mirror; a copy of the May-June 1995 issue of Emergency Librarian magazine, which contains a multi-page interview with Paul Yee; and a draft of the Emergency Librarian piece on Yee.

Harvard University, 1997

File consists of remarks Yee made at a roundtable discussion held by Harvard University titled "U.S./Canadian writers' perspectives on the multiculturalism debate", and related records.

Correspondence 1987

File consists of correspondence between Yee and his friends, colleagues, research interviewees, and publishers, as well as other materials such as a certificate of the shortlisting of The Curses of Third Uncle for a B.C. Book Prize in 1987; programs for cultural events and programs in Vancouver, Toronto, New York City, and San Francisco; a copy of Katari Taiko's October 1987 newsletter; correspondence relating to Yee's application for the Multicultural Coordinator position with the Archives of Ontario; a review of the Saltwater City exhibit at the Vancouver Chinese Cultural Centre; and related materials.

Correspondence June - December 1988

File consists of correspondence between Yee and his friends, family members, publishers, and readers as well as other materials such as notes Yee made to himself relating to his work and personal life, and correspondence relating to the launch of Saltwater City.

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