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Off the pigs : a subversive alternative

Item is a poetry zine featuring writing by York University students. The following poems by Crosbie are included in this item: "Best wishes in the new year (from Orson and Rita)", "Friday the thirteenth (horror poems for Jason)" and "Monologue".

Introduction

Item is a short essay or chapter about Anne Sexton, likely an early section of her PhD thesis.

School notebook

Item is a grade one composition book, written in the form of a journal, belonging to Crosbie.

Big Life with Daniel Richler

Item is a video recording of an episode of this program on which Crosbie recites her poem, "Superfly", from her book of poetry, Pearl.

MuchMusic : FAX

Item is a video recording of an episode of this program, which includes a segment featuring Crosbie at the book launch for Click: Becoming Feminists.

Ziggy : Lynn Crosbie

Item is a video recording of an interview conducted by Ziggy Lorenc with Crosbie to promote her book of poetry, Pearl.

Day planner

Day planner includes loose notes, correspondence and photographs of Crosbie with others.

Day planner

Item includes a letter written to Crosbie from Bruce McDonald.

Notebook

Item consists of notes pertaining to Crosbie's PhD thesis.

Notebook

Item includes draft writing pertaining to Crosbie's book of poetry, Pearl.

Notebook

Item includes notes pertaining to the writing of Crosbie's screenplay about hockey player John Kordic and her edited collection, Click: Becoming Feminists.

Notebook

Item includes notes for Crosbie's Jan. 2000 interview with Al Purdy.

Notebook

Item includes loose ephemera, correspondence and photographs, including one photograph of Crosbie.

Day planner

Day planner includes loose notes, correspondence and ephemera.

Notebook

Notebook consists of notes written by Crosbie and Tony Burgess.

Notebook

Item includes notes pertaining to the writing of Paul's Case.

Notebook

Item includes notes, loose correspondence and ephemera pertaining to Crosbie's role on the fiction jury for Governor General's Literary Awards.

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