File contains correspondence regarding Budge Wilson's book "Harold and Harold," between Wilson and various people involved in its publication, including Lesley Choyce of Pottersfield Press, Terry Roscoe, the editor (including sketches of possible illustrations), and Sheila Dalton, Wilson's copy editor. The file includes incoming correspondence and copies of Wilson's outgoing correspondence.
File contains correspondence regarding Budge Wilson's book "Sharla," between Wilson and Stoddart Kids. The file includes incoming correspondence as well as copies and drafts of Wilson's outgoing correspondence.
File contains the Crackers magazine that includes Budge Wilson's short story "Big Little Jerome," as well as a typed page with Wilson's original ending to the story, which was cut by Crackers and other anthologies in which the story appears.
File contains three versions of Budge Wilson's short story "Lysandra's Poem": a reading copy, a copy of the story as it appeared in "The Antigonish Review"; and a copy of the story from the proofs of Wilson's anthology "The Leaving."
File contains an annotated, typed draft (with an inserted handwritten page) of Budge Wilson's short story "My War" (previously titled "My Lovely War"), which was published in "Notes Across the Aisle" (Thistledown Press).
File contains two drafts of letters written by Budge Wilson to accompany the "RefleXions Un-Program," a language arts program run by Scholastic Canada Ltd. that distributed books to Canadian classrooms.
File contains an annotated, typed draft of Budge Wilson's book "The Cat that Barked" and copies of correspondence between Budge Wilson and Sheila Dalton regarding the manuscript. This version (with the changes made) was sent to Lesley Choyce and Terry Roscoe.
File contains correspondence from, and copies of Budge Wilson's correspondence to, the Institute for Early Childhood Education and Developmental Services (IECEDS) in Truro, Nova Scotia regarding Wilson's guest speech at their convocation. The file also contains a copy of a newspaper clipping with the Fall graduates, a copy of the convocation program, and Brenda Putnam's introductory speech for Wilson.