Eliza Clark (1963- ), writer, was born in Toronto and educated at York University (B.F.A., 1985) and the Banff School of Fine Arts (1988). She has worked as a television producer and an editor and currently teaches creative writing at Ryerson Polytechnic University and the Humber School for Writers in Toronto. Clark’s major publications include Miss You Like Crazy (1991), short listed for the Trillium Award (1991) and the Stephen Leacock Medal (1992); What You Need (1994), short listed for the Giller Prize (1994); Butterflies and Bottlecaps (1996), Seeing and Believing (1999, in collaboration with Vladyana Langer Krykorka) and Bite the Stars (1999). Her work Pride and Joy has been adapted as a radio drama for CBC’s Morningside.
The fonds consists of: manuscripts and typescripts of Clark’s publications; correspondence between Clark and her publishers, her friends, and other writers.
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Inventory number: F0207