McClelland and Stewart

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Publishing Carol Shields
She set out to portray a woman who had (and needed) good friends, to illuminate those aspects of Moodie which Moodie herself had kept hidden, and to build on her own sense of connectedness to...
Publishing Margaret Laurence
She had cut down her first draft, of nearly 700 pages in typescript, to 578 pages, and intended to cut it by another hundred. It was, however, accepted by all of her publishers: McClelland and Stewart
Publishing Alice Munro
Her contract with Macmillan was to give her an advance of $25,000 and royalties on the hardback of 10% on the first 10,000 copies, then 15%, and on the paperback 8% on the first 40,000...
Publishing Ethel Wilson
The Innocent Traveller was reprinted in Toronto and London in 1960. It sold steadily but went out of print in 1970. In 1982 it was included in McClelland and Stewart 's New Canadian Library series...
Publishing Ethel Wilson
In 1962 Swamp Angel became the first of EW 's works to be reprinted in the New Canadian Library series. The cover features a not particularly appealing drawing of EW . The book was reissued...
Publishing Carol Shields
During a break in her MA thesis-writing, in the early 1970s, CS experimented with a kind of a literary whodunnit. She sent it to several publishers (Oberon , Macmillan , and McClelland and Stewart
Textual Production Margaret Atwood
MA , who was already becoming known as a poet, published her first novel, The Edible Woman, with McClelland and Stewart .
British Books in Print. J. Whitaker and Sons, 1987.
1970
University of Alberta Libraries On-line Catalogue.
Textual Production L. M. Montgomery
In 1916 Toronto's McClelland and Stewart published a book of LMM 's verse entitled The Watchman and Other Poems.
Gillen, Mollie. The Wheel of Things. Fitzhenry and Whiteside, 1975.
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Textual Production Alice Munro
McClelland and Stewart 's print run was 40,000 copies, and the Knopf edition which followed on 14 November was of 100,000.
Thacker, Robert. Alice Munro. McClelland and Stewart, 2005.
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