Douglas M. Gibson

Standard Name: Gibson, Douglas M.


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Literary responses Mavis Gallant
On the subject of Gallant's first The New Yorker story, Madeline's Birthday, Mordecai Richler —signing his name as Mordy—wrote to Douglas M. Gibson to say i saw mavis's story in the new yorker. i'm...
Publishing Alice Munro
This collection had an unusually complex and tortuous history. At one point AM intended it to contain two groups of stories, those centred on the main character, Rose, and others involving another woman named Janet...
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...
Textual Production Alice Munro
AM selected the stories and chose the photographs, but was not much involved in the book's production since she was away in Ireland. Gibson hoped this might become one in the New Canadian Library...


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