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This collection consists of papers created by the illustrator and science fiction, fantasy, and horror writer Carl Sherrell, including draft materials, manuscript and printed copies of published and unpublished works, correspondence with writers and publishers, reference material, publications by Sherrell's associates, and other materials associated with his writing and illustration career.
The Cordwainer Smith collection contains drafts, fair copies, bound manuscripts, journals, typescripts, clippings, and correspondence, representing the major part of the surviving science fiction manuscripts of influential science fiction writer Cordwainer Smith. Also present are some of Linebarger's non-speculative fiction literary work and some papers from his governmental and academic careers, as well as some works by other writers.
John C. Tibbetts, Associate Professor of Film and Media Studies at the University Kansas, worked as a professional broadcaster of arts and entertainment news. This collection consists largely of transcripts and recordings of interviews conducted by Tibbetts with notable figures in the fields of film, classical music, and literature. The collection also contains sound recordings of radio programs and video recordings of television programs produced and/or hosted by Tibbetts.
John Kessel is a Nebula Award-winning science fiction and fantasy writer based in North Carolina. His papers span his writing career and include materials relating to his publications in a variety of formats, as well as correspondence with other prominent science fiction and fantasy writers.
The Kij Johnson collection contains story drafts, research materials related to published and unpublished works, correspondence, award materials, and audiovisual materials. Johnson is a speculative fiction author, as well as an author of nonfiction and poetry.
This collection comprises a single manuscript volume containing a novel entitled "Un Voyage aérien; dans cinquante ans," written by Eugène Farcot, a French scientist and engineer known especially as a clockmaker but with a strong interest in aeronautics. The novel describes a fantastic voyage, set fifty years in the future in 1914, to Africa in a large, steam-powered dirigible airship. The novel has 13 chapters; each chapter is foliated separately.