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The John F. Carr Collection #97-041

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Last updated October 07, 2013

 

John F. Carr Information

Carr-01-00-A

Physical Description:

A1 -         John F. Carr’s Curriculum Vitae

A2 -         List of the entire John F. Carr Collection

A3 -   Correspondence related to the collection

 

www.Hostigos.com

Carr-01-00-B

Physical Description:

- One copy of “Kalvan: The Genesis” from the website

 

 

The Last Cavalier: H. Beam Piper [typescript]

436 leaves

Carr-01-01

Physical Description:

Missing the title page, this draft starts on page 2 with the Preface.  The entire text is bound with a rubber band.  Edited copy, the editor’s marks are made with red ink.  Page 2 has a post-it note with “dates – 6th” written on it in red ink.  There are three post-it flags on the text marking pages 2, 3 and 5.

 

 

The Last Cavalier: H. Beam Piper [typescript]

447 leaves

Carr-01-02

Physical Description:

This text has no edits or corrections marked on it including the title page.  Text stops at page 447 with unfinished appendix ii.

 

 

The Last Cavalier: H. Beam Piper [typescript]

439 leaves

Carr-01-03

Physical Description:

Edited copy corrected by Dennis Frank sent to John F. Carr on February 6th, 2007, via USPS.  Title page also notes this copy has combined the corrections of Dennis Frank, Dwight Decker and Fred Ramsey.  Circled below the title on the title page is “Master for Corrections” in black and red ink.  The date of February 11th, 2007 is written at the top right corner of the title page.  Pages 1 through 149 are held together by rubber band, separating this portion of the text from the rest.

 

 

The Last Cavalier: H. Beam Piper [typescript]

? Leaves [unusual pagination]

Carr-01-04

Physical Description:

Edited draft(s) of the text corrected by unknown editor(s).  Editor’s marks are in red and black ink.  Contains unusual pagination throughout the text.

 

 

The Last Cavalier: H. Beam Piper [typescript]

447 leaves

Carr-01-05

Physical Description:

Edited copy corrected by Dwight Decker sent to John F. Carr on February 7th, 2007, via USPS.  Editor’s marks are in red ink throughout the text.  Text stops at page 447 with unfinished appendix ii.

 

 

The Last Cavalier: H. Beam Piper [typescript]

452 leaves

Carr-01-06

Physical Description:

Edited copy corrected by Fred Ramsey on February 9th, 2007, as stated on title page in red ink.  Editor’s marks are in red ink and blue pencil.  Written at the bottom of the title page in black pen is “copyrighted 2007 by John F. Carr.”

 

 

The Last Cavalier: H. Beam Piper [typescript]

564 leaves

Carr-02-01

Physical Description:

Edited first draft corrected by Victoria Carr from January 18th to February 6th, 2007.  Editor’s marks are in red and black ink.  The draft contains Post-it flags for some of the pages with editor’s marks.  Several edits in the draft also have pink post-its featuring editor’s remarks on the page of correction.  Several sections of the text are separated by paper clips.

 

 

The Last Cavalier: H. Beam Piper [typescript]

7 leaves

Carr-02-02

Physical Description:

Several edited copies of the chapter content pages for the novel.  Editor marks are in black ink.  One single page listing chapter 1 to chapter 23 has one post-it flag and post-it notes on the front and back of the page, along with additional penned notes on the back of the page. Another copy of the contents is a three page stapled version with editor marks in black ink.  The third copy contains two pages that have been paper clipped together.  The editor marks are featured in black ink.  Finally there is one loose page that is unedited and lists chapters seven through nine.

 

 

The Last Cavalier: H. Beam Piper [typescript]

8 leaves

Carr-02-03

Physical Description:

Edited outline for The Last Cavalier: H. Beam Piper that is dated May 2, 2003. Corrections are marked by red pen.  The first page also has brown stains on it.

 

 

The Last Cavalier: H. Beam Piper [typescript]

7 leaves

Carr-02-04

Physical Description:

This file contains pages 1 – 7 of The Last Cavalier: H. Beam Piper starting at the title page and ending at chapter contents.  The title page has extra notes written by pen saying “Final Draft,” John F Carr’s signature and “corrections by Victoria Carr 2/19 – 2/25.”  The editor’s marks are in black and red ink.

 

 

The Last Cavalier: H. Beam Piper [typescript]

7 leaves

Carr-02-05

Physical Description:

Contains an edited copy of the preface and the first page of chapter one for The Last Cavalier: H. Beam Piper.  Unknown editor for this with correction marks in black ink on pages 12 – 15.  Pages 16 and 17 have several brown stains on them.

 

 

The Last Cavalier: H. Beam Piper [typescript]

14 leaves

Carr-02-06

Physical Description:

Contains one copy of APPENDIX i, one page unfinished APPENDIX ii (page 447,) and an APPENDIX ii with information. APPENDIX i (pages 440-446) has editor’s marks in red ink and in pencil.  Next is a one page unfinished copy of APPENDIX ii (page 447) that says information “To be added.”  The second APPENDIX ii (pages 447-452) has been edited with red ink and pencil.  The editor is unknown for all of these pages.

 

 

The Last Cavalier: H. Beam Piper [typescript]

13 leaves

Carr-02-07

Physical Description:

This file contains an edited 11-page chapter outline for The Last Cavalier: H. Beam Piper along with two page content list containing the title of each chapter for the novel.  The editor is unknown, with corrections in red and black ink.

 

 

The Last Cavalier: H. Beam Piper [typescript]

6 leaves

Carr-02-08

Physical Description:

This is an edited copy of a book prospectus for John F. Carr’s novel The Last Cavalier: H. Beam Piper.  Corrections by the unknown editor are in red ink through out the text.

 

 

The Last Cavalier: H. Beam Piper [typescript]

6 leaves

Carr-02-09

Physical Description:

This is an edited Preface for The Last Cavalier: H. Beam Piper.  Written with black ink at the top of the first page is “Alternate Preface.”  Unknown editor(s) for this, with editor marks in red and black ink.

 

H. Beam Piper: A Biography [hardcover book]

250 pages

Carr-02-09-A

Physical Description:

A hardcover copy of John F. Carr’s H. Beam Piper: A Biography, published in 2008 by McFarland & Company, Inc. The book is volume 8 of the Critical Explorations in Science Fiction and Fantasy series, edited by Donald E. Palumbo and C.W. Sullivan III. It is shelved with other John F. Carr titles in the collection.

 

Gunpowder God [typescript]

92 leaves

Carr-02-10

Physical Description:

This is a 24,000 word novel proposal for Gunpowder God by Roland J. Green and John F. Carr.  The file contains an eight-page outline for the novel and then an eighty three-page sample of the novel.

 

 

Gunpowder God [typescript]

4 leaves

Carr-02-11

Physical Description:

This file contains four pages of chapter from the Gunpowder God novel.  Editor marks are made by black ink.  Written in blue ink at the top of the first page has several notes, include “CUT” that has been circled.  There are brown stains on the top left corner of each page from a paper clip. 

 

 

Gunpowder God [envelope + typescript]

76 leaves

Carr-02-12

Physical Description:

The pages came in yellow priority mail envelope sent to John F. Carr from Roland J. Green, dated September 9, 1989.  Contained a two-page letter written by Roland J. Green addressed to Eleanor, explaining this is the Gunpowder God proposal.  Followed by the letter is the outline for the novel, and then a sample selection.

 

 

Great Kings’ War [typescript]

36 leaves

Carr-02-13

Physical Description:

This file contains edited pages of the novel Great Kings’ War in an unusual pagination order.  Yellow post-it notes accompany each page that the editor made corrections on with pen or marker.  Except for title page, which has no date on it, all other pages on the bottom right hand corner are dated 03/09/2006.  The file name for all pages shown on the bottom left hand corner is labeled “Great King’s War INT-P2.indd.

 

 

Great Kings’ War [typescript]

515 leaves? [May have several repeating leaves]

Carr-02-14

Physical Description:

One edited draft of the novel Great King’s War by John F. Carr and Roland Green.  Dates of when this draft was printed are 01/09/06, 01/18/06, 01/20/06, 01/23/06 and 01/25/06.  The file name for the draft is labeled “Great King’s War INT-P1.indd.”  Editor of this draft is unknown, while the editor’s marks appear in red ink.  The first page has ”AND ROLAND GREEN” circled with an editors note next to it.  There is one green post-it flag that marks page 134 in the draft.  The map section in this draft has been left blank.

 

 

Great Kings’ War [typescript]

516 leaves

Carr-02-15

Physical Description:

One edited draft of the novel Great King’s War by John F. Carr and Roland Green. Dates of when this draft was printed are 01/09/06, 01/18/06, 01/20/06, 01/23/06 and 01/25/06.  The file name for the draft is labeled “Great King’s War INT-P1.indd.”  Editor of this draft is unknown, while the editor’s marks appear in red ink.  Page 45 is marked with a post-it note marked with additional editor notes.  Page 482 is marked with a post-it flag.  The first page has one yellow post-it flag and one editor’s mark stating “same type size>” next to the names of John F. Carr and Roland Green.  The map section in this draft has been left blank.

 

 

Great Kings’ War [typescript]

516 leaves

Carr-02-16

Physical Description:

One edited draft of the novel Great King’s War by John F. Carr and Roland Green. Dates of when this draft was printed are 01/09/06, 01/18/06, 01/20/06, 01/23/06 and 01/25/06.  The file name for the draft is labeled “Great King’s War INT-P1.indd.”  Editor of this draft is unknown, while the editor’s marks appear in red and black ink.  Post-it flags mark pages 72, 85 and 117 with editor’s marks on those pages.  The map section in this draft has been left blank.

 

 

Great Kings’ War [typescript]

518 leaves

Carr-02-17

Physical Description:

One edited draft of the novel Great King’s War by John F. Carr and Roland Green.  Dates of this drafts print are 03/01/06, 03/08/06 and 03/09/06.  Two file names appear on the bottom left corner of the draft, “Great King’s War INT-P2-del4.indd” and “Great King’s War INT-P2.indd.”  Editor of this draft is unknown, while the editor’s marks appear in red ink.  Post-it flags are scattered throughout the draft marking pages with corrections.  The maps for the book appear on pages xi-x.  The cover page has editor’s marks circling the title and authors names, while in parenthesis “same as cover” has been written.

 

 

Great Kings’ War [typescript]

633 leaves

Carr-03-01

Physical Description:

Edited draft for the expanded and revised edition of Great Kings’ War by Roland Green and John F. Carr.  Editor of this draft is unknown, while the editor’s marks appear in red ink.  There are brown stains on the bottom of pages 298 to 314.  The draft starts on page i and ends on page 603.

 

 

Great Kings’ War [typescript]

627 leaves

Carr-03-02

Physical Description:

Edited draft for the expanded and revised edition of Great Kings’ War by Roland Green and John F. Carr.  Editor of this draft is unknown, while the editor’s marks appear in pencil and red ink.  The draft starts on page iii and ends on page 603.

 

 

War World: The Battle of Sauron [typescript]

533 leaves

Carr-03-03

Physical Description:

Written across title page in blue marker is “First Draft – Battle of Sauron 06/06/07 JFC.” This first draft is not titled War World: the Battle of Sauron, but is titled “Sauron Armageddon.”  There are no edits to this draft.  The entire draft feature some damage to the paper, possibly do to smoke around all four edges of each page. 

 

 

War World:  The Battle of Sauron [typescript]

562 leaves

Carr-03-04

Physical Description:

Edited draft for the novel War World: The Battle of Sauron by John F. Carr and Donald Hawthorne.  Edited by Donald Hawthorne, his corrections appear in red ink and marker on the text.  The title page features an editor’s mark at the bottom of the page correcting “&” with “and” in red ink.

 

 

War World: the Battle of Sauron [typescript]

446 leaves

Carr-03-05

Physical Description:

Edited draft for the novel War World: The Battle of Sauron by John F. Carr and Donald Hawthorne.  Victoria Alexander copyedited this draft on 06/06/2006, while the editor’s marks appear in red ink.  Post-it flags mark the pages where the editor has made corrections to the text, although not all corrections are marked with the post-it flags.  On the backside of page 321 there is a pink post-it note a to-do list written on it.  The dates of when these pages were printed are from 06/05/2006 and 06/07/2006.  The file names for these pages are labeled as “Battle of Sauron INT 1P.indd.”  Written across the title page on this draft in pen and which has been circled is “Reference Copy.”

 

 

War World: the Battle of Sauron [typescript]

446 leaves

Carr-03-06

Physical Description:

Edited draft for the novel War World: The Battle of Sauron by John F. Carr and Donald Hawthorne.  Editor of the draft is unknown, while the editor’s marks appear in red ink.  Post-it flags mark the pages where the editor has made corrections to the text.  On page 205 the color of the paper is blue, while the rest of the draft is white.  The dates of when these pages were printed are from 11/30/06 and 12/01/06.  The file names for these pages are labeled as “Battle of Sauron INT 2P.indd.”  The cover page for this draft has “Next to final” written in pen on the top right corner, followed by John F. Carr’s initials.

 

War World: the Battle of Sauron [typescript]

446 leaves

Carr-04-01

Physical Description:

Edited draft for the novel War World: The Battle of Sauron by John F. Carr and Donald Hawthorne.  Editor of the draft is unknown, while the editor’s marks appear in red ink or have been retyped and taped onto the pages.  Post-it flags mark the pages where the editor has made corrections to the text, although not all corrections are marked with the post-it flags.  The dates of when these pages were printed are from 11/30/06 and 12/01/06.  The file names for these pages are labeled as “Battle of Sauron INT 2P.indd.”  The cover page has “Note: Please change ornament (------) style.” written in red pen across the top presumably by the editor.

 

 

War World: the Battle of Sauron [typescript]

Carr-04-02

Physical Description:

In this folder are two copies of an editor’s correction list for the novel.  One copy is complete while the second copy is missing several pages.  Both copies however are of the same correction list.

 

 

War World: the Battle of Sauron [typescript]

78 leaves

Carr-04-03

Physical Description:

Edited draft in an unusual pagination for the novel War World: The Battle of Sauron by John F. Carr and Donald Hawthorne.  The color of all the pages is blue, except for one page that is white.  Editor of the draft is unknown, while the editor’s marks appear in red ink.  The dates of when these pages were printed are from 11/30/06 and 12/01/06.  The file names for these pages are labeled as “Battle of Sauron INT 2P.indd.”

 

 

War World: the Battle of Sauron [typescript]

117 leaves

Carr-04-04

Physical Description:

Incomplete edited draft for the novel War World: The Battle of Sauron by John F. Carr and Donald Hawthorne.  Editor of the draft is unknown, while the editor’s marks appear in red ink.  Post-it flags mark the pages where the editor has made corrections to the text.

 

 

War World: the Battle of Sauron [envelope + typescript + floppy disc]

24 leaves & 1 floppy disc

Carr-04-05

Physical Description:

The envelope is from Don Hawthorne and sent to John F. Carr.  Written in blue marker across the envelope says “Battle of Sauron – 1994 (org. filer and outline.)  There is one draft of an overview for a novel titled “Cyborg Revolt” and one prologue draft.  The floppy disc is labeled “Ven. 4 RVLT.”

 

 

Carnifex Mardi Gras [hardcover book]

218 pages

Carr-04-06

Physical Description:

This is a hardcover novel written by John F. Carr and illustrated by Stephen Fabian.  There are slight stains on the spine of the cover for the book over the text “MARDI.”

 

 

Sticky Fingers [magazine]

Carr-04-07

Physical Description:  five magazines

-Sticky Fingers Volume I 1996, put together by John F. Carr.  It is in excellent condition, no visible marks or stains on it.  The magazine includes the first 6 issues of Sticky Fingers Magazine that were published in 1996.

 

-Sticky Fingers IV issues 3, 4, 5 and 6.  These Single issues are from 1999 and 2000.

 

 

Siege of Tarr-Hostigos and Kalvan Kingmaker [dust jacket]

2 dust jackets

Carr-04-08

Physical Description:

These two book covers are in oversized folders housed separately from the Carr Collection boxes.  Siege of Tarr-Hostigos and Kalvan Kingmaker are both authored by John F. Carr.  The cover artist for these two dust jackets is Alan Gutierrez.  The actual books are currently in circulation at the Friedsam Memorial Library at St. Bonaventure University.  The Friedsam Memorial Library added these dust jackets to the Carr Collection.  The call #’s for these two books at the Friedsam Library are: 

            -Kalvan Kingmaker: Call # PS3553.A7632 K35 2000

            -Siege of Tarr-Hostigos: Call #: PS3553.A7632 S43 2003

 

 

Kalvan Kingmaker [hardcover book]

461 pages

Carr-04-09

Physical Description:

This is a First edition copy of the novel, which was limited to 1,000 copies.  Pequod Press published this novel in 2000.  The artist for the dust jacket artwork is Alan Gutierrez.  No visible damage or markings to the pages or dust jacket.  The Friedsam Memorial Library added this novel to the Carr Collection.

 

 

Siege of Tarr-Hostigos [hardcover-book]

468 pages

Carr-04-10

Physical Description:

This is a First edition copy of the novel, which was limited to 1,000 copies.  Pequod Press published this novel in 2003.  The artist for the dust jacket artwork is Alan Gutierrez.  No visible damage or markings to the pages or dust jacket.  The Friedsam Memorial Library added this novel to the Carr Collection.

 

 

The Belly River Riddle [loose paper]

14 pages

Carr-04-11

Physical Description:

The original folder containing these pages was labeled “The Belly River Riddle (Dinosaur Graveyard)-(The Hell creek Catastrophe).”

-The contents include one page from the May 17th, 1976 TIME magazine. (Page 57-58)    One of the main articles in the magazine cut out is a story labeled “Hot-Blooded Dinosaurs?”

- The second and last item in the folder is 13 pages photocopied from the book “Dinosaurs: Their Discovery & Their World” by Edwin H. Colbert.

 

The Belly River Riddle [spiral notebook]

22 pages

Carr-04-12

Physical Description:

The cover description of the green notebook is “dri-point Theme Book.  In black pen written across the top of the cover is “Belly River Riddle.”  Each page in the notebook is a rough draft or summary of the chapters written in pen.  There are side-notes on almost every page going along with the chapter summaries. 

 

 

Dance of the Dwarves: Part Three - the Year of the Clown [typescript]

79 leaves

Carr-04-13

Physical Description:

This is an edited draft of “Dance of the Dwarves” by John F. Carr. The draft starts on page 149 and ends on page 228.  The folder the draft originally came in was labeled “The Year of the Clown.”  It is unsure if that is the name of the entire story, with “Dance of the Dwarves” only being one section of it.  The edges of every page feature smoke damage to an extent.

 

 

Labyrinth of Damour [typescript]

300 leaves

Carr-04-14

Physical Description:

This is an edited draft of the story “Labyrinth of Damour” by John. F. Carr.  Every page has three holes cut out on the left hand side by a three-hole puncher.  The editor is unknown while the editor’s marks are in black pen.

 

Ophidian Conspiracy Sequel [typescript]

13 leaves

Carr-04-15

Physical Description:

Thirteen page edited selection of an untitled novel by John. F. Carr.  The original folder containing this selection featured the title “Ophidian Sequel” in black ink.  The editor of the selection is unknown, while the editor’s marks are in black ink.  Smoke damage is visible along the edges of every page.

 

 

Pain Gain [miscellaneous]

Carr-04-16

Physical Description:

This file contains three items that originally listed as “Pain Gain Promo Stuff” upon arrival to the John. F. Carr Collection.

-Book Cover of Pain Gain on cardboard paper. 

-Two copies of a monthly promo pamphlet for Major Book’s publication.  John F. Carr’s novel Pain Gain is featured as one of the four top books being promoted for the August promotion pamphlet.

 

The Pie-Eyed Piper of Hamelin House [typescript]

53 leaves

Carr-04-17

Physical Description:

This 53-page draft by John F Carr is approximately 14,250 words.  There is no visible damage to the pages. The draft originally was stored in a First Class USPS envelope sent on July 27th, 1989. 

 

Science Fiction as Viewed from Down Under [typescript]

Carr-04-18

Physical Description:

Two edited copies of Science Fiction as Viewed from Down Under by John F. Carr.  Page one for each draft states the story is approximately 2,500 words.  Several of the pages in copy feature visible smoke damage along the edges of the pages. 

 

 

Untitled Novel (Circa 1969) [spiral notebook]

Carr-04-19

Physical Description:

This is a purple spiral notebook, 11 IN. x 8 ½ IN. with 80 sheets.  This notebook features an untitled novel draft by John F. Carr and Fred Longworth.  The draft is incomplete, as it is handwritten chapter summaries or outlines.  There are several loose cotton papers in the front of the notebook that are the first pages and chapters for the novel outline.  Every page in the notebook show water damage to an extent, located at the top half of each page.  The writing on the pages however is still legible.

 

Yellow Matter Custard [typescript]

53 leaves

Carr-04-20

Physical Description:

53-page edited draft by John F. Carr, features black pen marks by the editor throughout the draft.  All the pages except the first page have been numbered on the top right corner of each page by black pen.  The top of the backside of the last page has a rust-colored stain.  The top left corner of the first page has a sticker that says:

            “John F. Carr

             Member SFWA

             10512 Yarmouth Avenue

             Granada Hills, CA 91344”

This draft originally came in a yellow USPS priority mail envelope mailed from New York on February 18th.

 

Great Kings' War [hardcover-book]

Carr-04-21

Physical Description:

This is a still wrapped revised and expanded edition of Great Kings' War. It was published by Pequod Press in 2000 and is written by Roland  Green and John F. Carr.

 

Camden Benares Files [loose paper + typescript]

Carr-05-01

15 leaves

Physical Description:

These files all relate to the writer Camden Benares.  There are several different items grouped together in this file

            - Open Letter to Clarence Kelly, F.B.I. Director by Camden Benares.

- Open Letter to the staff and management of Publishers Services by Camden Benares.

- Open Letter to Jimmy Carter by Camden Benares.

- Photocopy of Forthcoming Titles from an unknown source, featuring Zen Without Zen Masters by Camden Benares

- One page newsletter or flyer titled Zenarchy by Kerry Thornley

- Photocopy of a biographical form filled out by Camden Benares for the 1976-1977 Edition of Community Leaders and Noteworthy Americans.

- Photocopied three page guide for conspiracies titled The Conspiracy Directory

- Photocopied picture of a man that might be Camden Benares and shows his name and address at the bottom right corner of the picture.

- Four yellow page copies of a flier relating to eastern religions.

- Photocopy of a page from an unknown book featuring a picture of Adam Weishaupt, with text underneath that says “Adam Weishaupt, chief of the German Illuminati.

- One page typescript essay on Computers for the National Association for the Advancement of Computerized Intelligence NAACI.  Camden’s name is handwritten at the top of the page.

- One page flier from the DNA Society scheming out marketing ideas for the new novel Illuminatus! By Robert Anton Wilson and Robert Shea.  Camden’s name is stamped on the top left corner of the page.

 

Crying Clown Celebration [typescript]

Carr-05-02

362 leaves

Physical Description:

Edited draft by John F. Carr and Camden Benares.  The story starts on page 1 and ends on page 362.  The editor of this draft is unknown while the editor’s marks appear in black ink and pencil.  The heading of each page features “Benares and Carr – Phillip 1,” and then is followed by the page number.  There is damage to each page in this draft, presumably from smoke.  The top, right and bottom edges are crumpled and have a brown stain to them.

 

Crying Clown Celebration [typescript]

Carr-05-03

363 leaves

Physical Description:

Edited draft by John F. Carr and Camden Benares.  The story starts on page 1 and ends on page 362.  However there is an extra page after 362 that is numbered page 357, this page does not correspond with the first page 357 in the draft.   The editor of this draft is unknown while the editor’s marks appear in black ink. The heading of each page features “Benares and Carr – Phillip 1,” and then is followed by the page number.  On page 1, written in blue ink at the top left of the page is “Bio-wars.”  Few pages but not the entire draft features some smoke damage to the outlying edges, overall not as significant as the damage to Carr-05-01.

 

 

Eastern Passage [typescript]

Carr-05-04

Unusual Pagination

Physical Description:

This draft of “Eastern Passage” by John F. Carr and Camden Benares is unfinished.  The heading on the title page is “Camden Benares and John F. Carr – 10512 Yarmouth Ave. – Granada Hills, Cal. 91344 – (213) 360-9211,” and “Projected 55,000 words – Usual rights, usual rates.” The draft starts on page 1 and goes to page 63. Then another copy of pages 40 through 52 comes after page 63.  After the repeat of page 52 the draft starts on chapter 12, which is numbered 12-1 through 12-10.  There is smoke damage visible throughout the draft, most noticeably on the cover page. 

 

Eastern Passage [typescript]

Carr-05-05

Unusual Pagination

Physical Description:

This edited draft of “Eastern Passage” by John F. Carr and Camden Benares is unfinished.  Chapters 7, 9, 10, 13, 14 and 17 are in this file.  The editor for these sections is unknown, while the editor’s marks are in black pen.  The heading on each page is “Benares and Carr – page number.”

 

 

Eastern Passage [typescript]

Carr-05-06

Unusual Pagination

Physical Description:

This file holds edited drafts of several chapters from “Eastern Passage” and an unfinished chapter plot summary.  The edited chapters are chapter 6, 8, 11, 12, 15 and 16.  The chapter summaries start with chapter 4 and end on the epilogue.

 

 

Eastern Passage [typescript + note card]

Carr-05-07

Unusual Pagination

Physical Description:

These files were originally bound with a blue cover that was titled “Clerical Kit” for the “Eastern Passage” story.  The files are split into three sections.  First is a typed three page Prologue for the draft.  The second section is a six-page edited draft of chapter two for the story.  The paper used for the six pages is recycled paper; with the story text typed on the backside of old paper.  The edits for this chapter have been corrected with a typewriter.  The third section is a full chapter-by-chapter summary for the story.  It features handwritten edits and notes from either John F. Carr and or Camden Benares.  In the chapter summary section is a note card which features handwritten notes about the storyline, the author of this note card is unclear. 

 

 

Surface Disturbance [typescript]

Carr-05-08

224 leaves

Physical Description:

Edited draft by John F. Carr and Camden Benares.  There are two items in this folder, first a four page glossary of terms, then the title page + draft.  The glossary of terms is on brown stained paper.  The heading on each page is “Benares and Carr – page number.”  The draft starts with the title page.  There is a sticker on the top left corner of the title page that reads “JOHN F. CARR – Editor, SFWA Bulletin – 10512 Yarmouth Avenue – Granada Hills, CA 91344.”  The heading on the top right of the title page reads “Approximately 56,000 words.”  The draft starts on page 1 to page 219.  The editor is unknown, while the editor’s marks appear in pencil.

 

 

Correspondence – a to z [typed pages]

Carr-05-09

Physical Description:

·         Three letters between John F. Carr and E.R. Stewart.  Two of the letters are from Stewart, typed to Carr on October 12th, 1995, and December 4th, 1995.  The third letter is from Carr to Stewart, typed on February 1st, 1996.

 

 

Correspondence - Green [typed pages]

Carr-05-10

Physical Description:

These letters are from John F. Carr and Roland Green.  The dates of these letters range from 1982 to 1987.  The letters tend to focus on the Lord Kalvan series of novels that John F. Carr and Roland Green were writing together.  Aside from their correspondence letters, there is a fan mail letter, a black and white sketch related to the Kalvan series, and a photograph of Roland Green’s family.  There is smoke or fire damage to most of the letters in this folder along the outside edges of each piece of paper.

 

Science Fiction Writers of America (SFWA)

Carr-05-11

Physical Description:

·         1976 Science Fiction Writers of America membership directory lists John F. Carr’s old address in California.  The front and back covers have several smudges and stains. There are names listed in the pages that have been circled or stared with pen.

 

The Transtemporal Man [typescript]

Carr-05-12

Physical Description:

The first edited draft of John F. Carr’s short story, The Transtemporal Man. Corrections in red made by Victoria Alexander-Carr. Included is a letter from the author to St. Bonaventure archivist Dennis Frank, stating that this is Carr’s first short story in almost twenty years. 33 pages.

 

Bulletin of the Science Fiction Writers of America (SFWA) [magazines] 

Carr-05-13

Physical Description:

A collection of issues of the Bulletin of the Science Fiction Writers of America, a quarterly publication of which John F. Carr was the editor. The issues are shelved with the other John F. Carr titles in the collection. A list of issues is filed in the main collection.

            Issues of the Bulletin of the Science Fiction Writers of America in the collection:

·         Bulletin of the Science Fiction Writers of America. Volume 14, Number 1. Spring 1979. Whole Number 69.

·         Bulletin of the Science Fiction Writers of America: Science Fiction Future Histories. Volume 14, Number 3.  Fall 1979.  Whole Number 71

§  Features several stories by John F. Carr and one by Camden Benares

·         Bulletin of the Science Fiction Writers of America. Volume 14, Number 4. Winter 1979. Whole Number 72.

·          

 

Great Kings’ War [paperback]

Carr-05-14

Physical Description:

One paperback copy of Great Kings’ War by John F. Carr and Roland Green.  An Ace Original publication, published in March 1985.  The book’s condition is tattered and torn.  It is missing about the first 65 pages of the novel.  There are notes written in pen on many pages from John F. Carr.

(material added on 28 November 2007)

 

Paratime Universe [typescript]

Carr-05-15

21 leaves

Physical Description:

These files contain research or background material for stories or novels related to the Paratime Universe.  The notes cover information on: Commercial regulations, trading firms, commercial resident agents, citizenship, military, fourth level societies, first level societies, Bureau of Psychological Hygiene, cities, religion, and key characters.  There are written notes and check marks as well on many of the pages.

(material added on 28 November 2007)

 

The Last Cavalier [typescript]

Carr-05-16

Physical Description:

This is a book prospectus for The Last Cavalier: H. Beam Piper by John F. Carr.  The file includes the book prospectus, chapter outline, 35 page draft of the novel and a second short sample draft of the novel.  Victoria Alexander Carr edited these pages.

(material added on 28 November 2007)

 

War World: The Battle of Sauron [typescript]

Carr-05-17

8 leaves

Physical Description:

This is an eight page list of proposals / corrections made by Jonathon King for John F. Carr and Don Hawthorne’s War World: The Battle of Sauron

(material added on 28 November 2007)

 

War World: The Battle of Sauron [typescript]

Carr-05-18

Physical Description:

This file contains three sections: email from Mark Graves from Ad Astra Games, his list of proposals / corrections for War World: The Battle of Sauron, and notes on distances between worlds in the War World universe.

 

War World: The Battle of Sauron [hardcover]

Carr-05-19

Physical Description:

This is a hardcover edition of War World: The Battle of Sauron by John F. Carr and Don Hawthorne.  This is a first edition copy, printed by Pequod Press in 2007.

This title is filed with other hardcover copies of works by John F. Carr.

(material added on 28 November 2007)

 

War World: The Battle of Sauron [typescript]

Carr-05-20

Physical Description:

This is a draft of War World: The Battle of Sauron by John F. Carr and Don Hawthorne.  Written on the cover of the draft in pen is “Final Corrected Gallery.  With corrections added.  Returned to Desktop Miracles on 7/16/07. JFC.”

(material added on 28 November 2007)

 

War World: The Battle of Sauron [typescript]

Carr-05-21

Physical Description:

This is a copy-edited draft of War World: The Battle of Sauron by John F. Carr and Don Hawthorne.  Written in ink on the title page is “1st Version – Copy Edited by Don Hawthorne.”  Corrections in the text appear in black and red ink.  This draft was printed on June 6th, 2006.

(material added on 3 December 2007)

 

War World: The Battle of Sauron [typescript]

Carr-05-22

Physical Description:

This is a copy-edited draft of War World: The Battle of Sauron by John F. Carr and Don Hawthorne.  Written in ink on the title page is “1st Version – received 6/2006 – 1 copy to Victoria Alexander – 1 copy to Don Hawthorne – 1 copy to J.F.C.”  And on the bottom of the title page is “Copy Edited by J.F.C.”  Edits to this draft appear in red ink, and are marked with red post-it flags.  The draft was printed on June 6th, 2006.

(material added on 3 December 2007)

 

Ophidian Conspiracy Legal Papers [typescript]

Carr-06-01

Physical Description:

Documents concerning the purchase of John F. Carr’s first novel, The Ophidian Conspiracy, by publisher Major Books. Includes signed purchase agreement, purchase vouchers, and statements concerning the book’s sales. The documents bear discolored and brittle edges from fire damage.

 

Ophidian Conspiracy [typescript]

Carr-06-02

Physical Description:

From a folder labeled “Ophidian Conspiracy Stuff.” Includes 3 reviews for The Ophidian Conspiracy, a jacket for The Ophidian Conspiracy, 2 jackets for Pain Gain, and a flyer for Carnifex Mardis Gras.

 

Pain Gain Proposal [typescript]

Carr-06-03

Physical Description:

The original proposal and outline for John F. Carr’s novel, originally titled Psychwar I but published as Pain Gain in 1976. 61 pages total, as sent to Evan McMannas at Major Books.

 

Pain Gain Documents [typescript]

Carr-06-04

Physical Description:

The contents of a folder labeled “Pain Gain.” The documents concern the deal with Major Books on the publication of Pain Gain by John F. Carr. The documents exhibit smoke and fire damage.

 

Pain Gain Manuscript [typescript]

Carr-06-05

Physical Description:

This is John F. Carr’s copy of the original manuscript for Pain Gain, originally titled Psychwar I, as sent to the publisher. The manuscript is dated 1/8/08 and signed by the author. All corrections are made in the author’s hand. Approximately 201 pages.

 

Great Kings’ War Final Printout [typescript]

Carr-06-06

Physical Description:

633 loose sheets signed by John F. Carr and labeled, “Final printout of Revised Great Kings’ War.” No editing marks appear on this document. The document has been spread into 3 folders, labeled Carr-06-06-A, B, and C.

 

Coming of the Eye: A War World Novel [typescript]

Carr-06-07

Physical Description:

A group of three printouts, each titled Coming of the Eye: A War World Novel, the original title of War World: the Battle of Sauron, by John F. Carr and Don Hawthorne. The first printout, 61 pages, is signed by John F. Carr and labeled “Original Battle of Sauron draft, approx. 1996.” This printout includes the prologue and chapters 1-6 of the novel. The second printout, 90 pages, includes the prologue and chapters 1-9 of the novel. The third printout, 24 pages, includes the prologue and chapter 1 with chapter 1 formatted into 2 subsections. 175 pages total.

 

H. Beam Piper: A Biography Chapter 30 [typescript]

Carr-06-08

Physical Description:

Unbound sheets labeled “Chapter Thirty: Home at Last.” Signed by John F. Carr on 01/09/08 and labeled “More H. Beam Piper: A Biography chapters… red corrections by Victoria Alexander-Carr.” Appears to be chapters 30-36 as well as the first page of chapter 37 of the biography. 72 pages total.

 

The Belly River Riddle [typescript]

Carr-06-09

64 leaves

Physical Description:

The typescript of one of John F. Carr’s unpublished works, The Belly River Riddle. Approximately 64 pages, including 3 illustrations by Bob Naylor. The work is 18 chapters longs, but only the first 4 chapters are completed. The rest of the chapters are represented by one-page summaries. The pages are discolored and the edges charred from fire damage.

 

Labyrinth [typescript]

Carr-06-10

Physical Description:

A box containing a manuscript sent from Major Books to John F. Carr containing the manuscript for an unpublished work titled Labyrinth.

 

300 pages. This document is split between two folders, labeled Carr-06-10-A and B.

 

The Pie-Eyed Piper Manuscript [typescript]

Carr-06-11

Physical Description:

A brown manuscript folder containing the manuscript for an unpublished work titled The Pie-Eyed Piper, by John F. Carr. Signed by the author and labeled, “Clown Cycle story written in late 1970s… (never sold).” The edges of the folder are singed from fire damage, and the pages of the manuscript are discolored, presumably by age and smoke damage. 53 pages total.

 

Camden Benares’ Notebook [handwritten note and typescript]

Carr-06-12

Physical Description:

The contents of a maroon binder labeled “The Gentle Folk” in worn letters. Note written and signed on first page by John F. Carr reads, “Camden Benares’ original notebook for the novel Surface Disturbance, with notes and text… Novel sold to Laser books, but never published as Laser went out of business before book was published. 1/8/08” A note written on yellow legal pad paper was found in the front pocket of the binder. It bears a label from John F. Carr that reads, “Camden’s notes in his hand.”

 

Surface Disturbance manuscript [typescript]

Carr-06-13

Physical Description:

The contents of a blue plastic file folder with the label torn off. Appears to be a manuscript for the unpublished novel Surface Disturbance, by Carr and Benares. Approximately 219 pages discolored from smoke damage.

 

Our Lady Marilyn [typescript]

Carr-06-14

Physical Description:

The contents of a file folder labeled “Our Lady Marilyn.” Seems to be a manuscript for a short story of the same name by Carr and Benares. Approximately 32 pages, 8,000 words. The pages bear some minor smoke damage.

 

Ice Age [typescript]

Carr-06-15

Physical Description:

The contents of a file folder labeled “Ice Age.” Approximately 71 pages bearing water and smoke damage. Appears to be a manuscript for a story by Carr and Benares, however, the title is unclear. Two title pages appear at the beginning: Eastward Passage: A Science Fiction Adventure, and The Kalin Chase. Both title pages list Carr and Benares as the authors.

 

The Return of Space Viking [typescript]

Carr-06-16

Physical Description:

Approximately 236 loose sheets bearing some damage from water and fire. Appears to be a manuscript for a work titled The Return of Space Viking. Signed by John F. Carr and labeled, “Space Viking 1st draft, approx. 1982.” Some of the pages of this manuscript appear out of order.

 

The Ides of March [typescript]

Carr-06-17

Physical Description:

Loose papers titled The Ides of March, by John F. Carr and Steven Carr. Approximately 71 typed pages with editing in black pen, as well as some arithmetic on the front that appears to work out how many words are in the story. There seem to be many alternate sections/chapters in this manuscript.

 

Nightfriend [typescript]

Carr-06-18

Physical Description:

The contents of a folder labeled “Nightfriend.” Contains a story proposal and a manuscript for a work titled Nightfriend: A Horseclans Story, by John F. Carr and Roland J. Green. The proposal is four pages long and the story is twenty pages long. The edges of the papers are charred and brittle from fire damage.

 

Unknown [typescript]

Carr-06-19

Physical Description:

13 loose pages with 3 hole punches. They appear to be chapter 5 of a work, but there is no further label, so the title and author of the work are unknown. The pages are slightly discolored by smoke.

 

Carnifex: 2084 [miscellaneous]

12 leaves

Carr-07-01

Physical Description:

The contents of a file folder labeled “Carnifex: 2084.” The contents are a collection of original templates and flyers for John F. Carr’s novel, Carnifex Mardi Gras. A second file folder is inside, labeled “Loons ads—2nd one (with dwarf) never used.” The contents of these folders bear some amount of water damage.

 

Published Books by John F. Carr [books and typed list]

Carr-07-02

Physical Description:

A collection of published books either authored or edited by John F. Carr. These books are shelved with the other John F. Carr titles in the collection. A list of titles is filed in the main collection.

                        Titles authored by Carr

The Ophidian Conspiracy

Pain Gain

 Great Kings’ War

Kalvan Kingmaker

Siege of Tarr-Hostigos

Fireseed Wars

The Last Space Viking

Carnifex Mardi Gras

 H. Beam Piper: A Biography

Gunpowder God

                        Titles edited by Carr

Nebula Award Stories: Sixteen

Guns of Darkness: There Will be War, volume VI

War World: Battle of Sauron

War World: Discovery

War World: Takeover

Space Viking

Fuzzy Ergo Sum

                                   

 

Published Books by Camden Benares

Carr-07-03

Physical Description:

A collection of published books by Camden Benares, John F. Carr’s close friend and colleague. These books are shelved with the other John F. Carr titles in the collection. A list of titles is filed in the main collection.

                        Titles by Camden Benares

·         Common Sense Tarot: The Complete Guide to Tarot Reading

·         A Handful of Zen

·         Zen ohne Zen-Meister (German translation of Zen without Zen Masters)

 

Kalvan Kingmaker / Gunpowder God manuscript [typescript]

360 pages

Carr-07-04

Physical Description:

The contents of a file folder labeled, “K.K. First Draft.” The outside of the folder is signed and labeled, “Original first half of Gunpowder God original MS…” On page 1 of the document, a label written in blue ink reads, “Kalvan Kingmaker p-1 to 360, Gunpowder God p-361-627.” A label signed in black ink by John F. Carr and dated 4/26/08 reads: “Wow! I found part of it. The typescript of the first half of the original Gunpowder God written between 1986 & 1988… All corrections and notes are in my hand.”

 

Kalvan Kingmaker: working first draft [typescript]

Carr-07-05

Physical Description:

A set of paper-clipped loose sheets titled “Kalvan Kingmaker.” A note written and signed by John F. Carr in red pen comments, “This is the working complete (first) draft of Kalvan Kingmaker, with my corrections and additions as of September 3rd, 2000.” Below this note, in black, he adds, “and additions of Sept 21, 2000-Oct-Jan 1.” Another note signed and dated 9/26/08 in black pen reads, “I found this with Gunpowder God original MS.” The draft does not seem to be complete, for it is missing pages 40-100. Extensive additions and corrections are made to this draft in red pen.

 

Unidentified Kalvan draft [typescript]

Carr-07-06

Physical Description:

Two groups of paper-clipped loose sheets, labeled “II” and “III,” respectively. They appear to be chapters or sections of chapters from one of the Lord Kalvan novels, but no further identifying label is present on them. It is possible that they go with the previously listed Kalvan Kingmaker material. The drafts are edited in blue pen.

 

Ophidian Conspiracy notecards [4x6 notecards]

7 cards

Carr-07-07

Physical Description:

A set of 7 handwritten notecards, signed and dated 4/27/08 by John F. Carr, “Notes for The Ophidian Conspiracy 1974.”

 

Piper Story Intros [typescript]

Carr-07-08

Physical Description:

The contents of a folder labeled, “Piper Story Intros.” The folder contains various introductions to works on H. Beam Piper, including works titled: “Empire,” “The Return,” “The Keeper,” “Paratime Introduction,” “Uller Uprising,” and “The Worlds of H. Beam Piper.” The pages are slightly discolored due to smoke damage, and they also bear damage from being held to together by a badly rusted paperclip.

 

Probability of Success: 0.998 [typescript]

71 pages

Carr-07-09

Physical Description:

A red, clear-front manuscript folder that contains a short story titled “Probability of Success: 0.998.” It is signed and dated 4/25/08 by John F. Carr, with a note that reads: “Written in early 1970s by myself and brother, Steve. I don’t know that it was ever submitted—not too happy with it.” All corrections are in Carr’s hand in black pen. This work appears to be connected with another document in the collection written by Carr and his brother and titled “The Ides of March.”

 

The Dance of the Dwarfs Review [magazine]

1 sheet

Carr-07-10

Physical Description:

From a file folder labeled “Crying Clown Cele.” One sheet torn from a magazine, identified in blue pen as being Science Fiction Review #43, from the summer of 1982. The page contains a short review by Darrell Schweitzer of a chapter of one of John F. Carr’s upcoming novels. The chapter is identified as “The Dance of the Dwarfs.” This chapter is listed in the beginning of Carnifex Mardi Gras as being part of the novel.

 

Publisher Correspondence 1984-89 [miscellaneous]

Carr-07-11

Physical Description:

From a file folder labeled “Publisher Correspondence.” The contents are a collection of letters written by John F. Carr and many other individuals. The letters received by Carr include letter from 7 different publishers, his agent, his friend and colleague Roland Green, and Alan Gutierrez, the artist who drew the cover art for many of Carr’s novels. The topics of the letters deal almost exclusively with Carr’s various literary projects, most notably Kalvan Kingmaker and an unpublished work referred to as The Thunder of Iron Horsemen. The letters are semi-organized in a backwards-chronological order, beginning with 1989 and ending with 1984, although there are letters that fall out of order. Also included in the folder are agreements with publishers concerning the sale of books and articles. Several contracts regarding these sales are included in the folder as well. Some of the contents of this folder are very badly fire damaged: these papers have been placed in their own file within the folder.

 

Letters—1996 [miscellaneous]

Carr-07-12

Physical Description:

From a file folder labeled “Letters—1996.” The file contains various correspondences between John F. Carr and others regarding business as well as Sticky Fingers. There are also handwritten notes from friends. Most of the letters are dated 1996, as the file’s label indicates, however there are some exceptions that are dated 1997.

 

Letters—1999 [miscellaneous]

Carr-07-13

Physical Description:

From a file folder labeled “Letters—1999.” The contents of the file are correspondences that relate almost exclusively to Sticky Fingers. The file also includes some flyers for Sticky Fingers and newspaper clippings.

 

Letters [miscellaneous]

Carr-07-14

Physical Description:

Another file of correspondences relating almost exclusively to Sticky Fingers. Many of the letters are dated 1999; the file seems to be a continuation of “Letters—1999.”

 

Correspondence 2001—Kalvan [miscellaneous]

Carr-07-15

Physical Description:

From a file folder labeled “Correspondence 2001.” The file contains a collection of correspondences in the forms of letters and email printouts. The subjects of most of the letters are related to the Lord Kalvan novels, ranging from friends’ comments on the already completed novels to updates on the progress of Carr’s current Lord Kalvan project. The original file also contained correspondences relating to Carr’s work on his biography of H. Beam Piper. These correspondences have been sorted into their own file, labeled “Correspondence 2001—Piper.”

 

Correspondence 2001—Piper [miscellaneous]

Carr-07-16

Physical Description:

More of the contents from the file folder labeled “Correspondence 2001.” This file contains more of the collection of letters and email printouts from the original file. This file contains correspondences sorted from the original file that deal almost exclusively with John F. Carr’s work on his biography of H. Beam Piper. The rest of the correspondences from the original file may be found in the previously listed file labeled “Correspondence 2001—Kalvan.”

 

Crying Clown Celebration outline [typescript]

79 leaves

Carr-07-17

Physical Description:

This file contains two sets of loose sheets. The first set is titled, “The Crying Clown Celebration: a novel of the future.” This set is signed and dated 4/25/08 by John F. Carr, with a note that reads: “Original for agent outline and story done in 1978 or ’79, for proposal book (octet) The Crying Clown Celebration. This was to be our breakout series and we worked on the background/setting/future history starting 1975/76 and we were still working on it until Camden’s fatal heart attack in 2000…” The outline is 44 pages long and covers the plots of all eight planned books. The second set of loose sheets is a short story by Camden Benares titled “A Legacy of Sex, Charisma and Death.” The story is 25 pages long and appears to be a predecessor of one of the planned Crying Clown Celebration novels.

 

The Crying Clown Saga [typescript]

5 leaves

Carr-07-18

Physical Description:

A set of two short articles written by John F. Carr. The first, titled “The Crying Clown Saga or Publish or Perish,” is two pages long and deals with Carr’s annoyance at the books that publishers choose to buy and publish. Edits are made to this draft with blue pen. The second article, titled “The Crying Clown Saga: So you want to be a SF Star,” is 3 pages long and deals with the same theme. Carr signs it at the top with the note “false start.” Edits are made on this draft by Carr in black pen.

 

The First Book of Phillip character descriptions [photocopied typescript]

2 leaves

Carr-07-19

Physical Description:

A photocopy of a 2-page list of characters in The First Book of Phillip, the first of eight novels in The Crying Clown Celebration. The list includes a physical description of each of the major characters and some of the minor characters in the novel, organized by order of appearance in the novel.

 

Crying Clown Celebration Draft [typescript]

362 leaves

Carr-07-20

Physical Description:

A set of loose sheets titled “The Crying Clown Celebration: The First Book of Phillip.” On top of the sheets is a smaller piece of paper with a penciled note that reads: “CCC, Geneaology Chart, Fitz’s grandfather is Fitzgerald Baker.” Below this note, in pen, is a note signed and dated 4/26/08 by John F. Carr that reads: “4th or 5th draft from approx. 1997-1998, when we went back to work on the ‘Clown Cycle’ after Camden’s wife died unexpectedly…”

 

Rainbow Run [miscellaneous]

103 leaves

Carr-07-21

Physical Description:

The contents of a file folder labeled “Rainbow Run.” Includes:

·         loose sheets signed and dated 4/29/08 by John F. Carr with a note: “Original chpt. #1 written by JFC with editorial corrections by Camden Benares. Written by alternating chapters from eachother.”

·         some diagrams and loose spiral notebook sheets that appear to correspond with chapter 1.

·         a green notebook labeled “Affinity Factor” on the cover. Page 1 is signed and dated 4/27/08 by Carr with a note: “Original 1979/80 JFC notes for Rainbow Run, original title The Affinity Factor.”

·         paper-clipped loose sheets labeled “Rainbow Run—Terms and concepts in no particular order.” They are signed by Carr and labeled: “Notes taken and written by JFC.”

·         a set of 9 loose sheets dated 4/27/08 by Carr with a note: “Original proposal outline of first 4 chapters.”

·         a group of loose sheets signed and dated 4/27/08 by Carr with a note: “Photocopy of the first 5 chapters and remaining chapter outline of Rainbow Run finally finished in 1996 by C.B. and rewritten by JFC in 2002. Never sold.”

 

Rainbow Run draft [typescript]

280 leaves

Carr-07-22

Physical Description:

A stapled packet and a set of approximately 280 loose sheets. The packet is signed and dated 4/26/08 by John F. Carr with a note: “Camden finished first (third actually) draft of Rainbow Run… which we first outlined and did a proposal for in the late 70s. PS—shorter and significantly (?) different from final.” The packet’s heading reads, “12/3/96 Rainbow Run Report from Camden Benares.” The loose sheets are titled “Rainbow Run: copyright 1996 by John F. Carr and Camden Benares.” They appear to be a draft of the unpublished novel.

 

Camden [miscellaneous]

Carr-07-23

Physical Description:

From a file folder labeled “CAMDEN.” The contents appear to be various letters and articles concerning Camden Benares. The date range on these items is 1972-77.

 

Dream Lover [typescript]

120 leaves

Carr-07-24

Physical Description:

A light blue manuscript folder containing a document labeled, “An original screenplay copyright 1991 by Camden Benares.” The screenplay is titled “Dream Lover.”

 

Carnifex Mardis Gras dust jacket photo [photograph]

Carr-08-01

Physical Description:

A large photo of John F. Carr printed on cardboard. The photo is covered with a piece of tissue paper with lines drawn on it, appearing to mark how the photo should be cropped and/or resized. There is a note written in blue pen on the tissue paper that reads, “photo for DJ.” On the back of the cardboard, Carr has signed a note in black pen that reads, “Original photo for Carnifex Mardis Gras dust jacket. 1/9/2008.”

 

Carnifex Mardis Gras original manuscript, part 1 [typescript]

57 leaves

Carr-08-02

Physical Description:

Loose sheets bearing the title “Carnifex Mardi Gras, by John F. Carr.” On the title page, there is a handwritten note, signed and dated 5/12/08 by Carr, that reads: “Original ms. for Carnifex Mardi Gras; part one. All corrections by JFC circa 1981…” The pages exhibit minor discoloration from smoke and water damage.

 

Carnifex Mardis Gras original manuscript, part 2 [typescript]

Carr-08-03

Physical Description:

Loose sheets bearing the title “Chapter One” at the top of the first page. The first page is also signed and dated 5/12/08 by John F. Carr with a note that reads: “Original ms of part II of Carnifex Mardi Gras… originally written in 1980 as a standalone story. All corrections by JFC.” The document is extensively edited in black pen.

 

The Crying Clown Rites, part 2 [typescript]

90 leaves

Carr-08-04

Physical Description:

Loose sheets bearing the title “The Crying Clown Rites, part two” on the first page. John F. Carr has also written and signed a note on the title page that reads: “Original title for Carnifex Mardi Gras. This is the final ms I believe. All Black corrections are by JFC circa 1981… P.S. There were 4 parts to this ms. One was sold to ‘Fantasy Book’”. The pages of the manuscript are slightly discolored from smoke and water damage.

 

Siren’s Song, part 4 [typescript]

23 leaves

Carr-08-05

Physical Description:

Numbered loose sheets beginning at 229 bearing the title “Siren’s Song, part 4” on the first page. John F. Carr has also written and signed a note on the title page that reads: “Part IV of Carnifex Mardi Gras. Written in 1981 especially for the novel, after Camden’s heart attack. All corrections by JFC.” The pages are slightly discolored from smoke and water damage, and they bear damage from being held together by a rusty paperclip.

 

Crying Clown Celebration Outline [typescript]

44 leaves

Carr-08-06

Physical Description:

An outline written by John F. Carr and Camden Benares for their planned series of novels known collectively as The Crying Clown Celebration. The outline contains plot summaries for the eight planned books in the series. On the title page, Carr has written and signed a note that reads: “Very early (late 70s) book outline of the Crying Clown octet.”

 

Crying Clown Celebration Draft: a Legacy of Sex, Death, and Charisma [typescript]

approx. 215 leaves

Carr-08-07

Physical Description:

A set of typed loose sheets bearing the heading “ONE.” The first sheet is signed by John F. Carr with a note that reads: “Draft of Crying Clown Celebration: A Legacy of Sex, Death, and Charisma (incomplete).” It is difficult to tell the exact number of pages in the document, for the pages are out of order. No editing marks are present on the draft.

 

The First Book of Phillip original first draft manuscript [typescript]

266 leaves

Carr-08-08

Physical Description:

A 266-page document with a title page that reads: “The First Book of Phillip, by Camden Benares and John F. Carr.” Two notations appear on the title page in red pen. The first reads, “First draft 11/80,” and the second reads, “Original.” In black pen, John F. Carr has signed and dated a note that reads: “5/22/08. Corrections by Camden Benares.” Extensive corrections are made to the draft in black pen in Benares’ hand. The pages of the document are slightly discolored from smoke damage.

 

Rainbow Run excerpts [typescript]

Carr-08-09

Physical Description:

A set of loose sheets bearing the heading “CHAPTER NINE” on the first page. John F. Carr has also written and signed a note on the first page that reads: “Rainbow Run excerpts,” referring to a novel written by himself and Camden Benares that was completed but never sold or published. The document begins with chapter nine on what is labeled page 96, and it ends at page 255, but there are many sections of pages out of order, so it is difficult to tell the exact length of the document. No editing marks appear in the draft.

 

Lord Kalvan sequel notes [handwritten notes]

5 leaves

Carr-08-10

Physical Description:

A set of 5 pages torn from a spiral notebook. Notes appear on the back and front of these pages in black pen. At the top of the first page, John F. Carr has signed and dated a note that reads: “5/1/08. Very early (1983-1984) notes and thoughts on Kalvan sequel. These are the original notes! Discovered in old desk…” Carr is most likely referring to the first sequel to H. Beam Piper’s Lord Kalvan of Otherwhen, Great King’s War, written by Carr and Roland Green. The notes contain ideas and definitions for terms, people, and places, as well as descriptions of potential characters and events.

 

Kalvan Kingmaker altered page proofs [fax]

6 leaves

Carr-08-11

Physical Description:

A fax from David Prentice to John F. Carr dated 1/9/01. On the cover sheet, Carr has signed and dated a note that reads: “5/4/08. First Kalvan Kingmaker page proofs with transmittal concerning last minute changes.” The note on the cover sheet from Prentice to Carr reads: “Following are the 5 page alts you had us make. If they are ok we can proceed. Please fax back ok. Thank you.” The following fax is 5 copied page proofs from the novel Kalvan Kingmaker. The first page is marked “OK” in pen, presumably by Carr.

 

Kalvan Kingmaker design order forms [typescript & printouts]

12 leaves

Carr-08-12

Physical Description:

A set of 3 order forms for the design of John F. Carr’s novel, Kalvan Kingmaker, with samples of the potential designs included. The forms are from a company called Desktop Miracles, and they outline 3 possible designs for the appearance of the novel. There is one form for the cover design, and two forms for the interior design. Following the forms are samples of the potential designs, one of which is marked “A.” On one of the interior design order forms, design A is underlined in red pen, possibly indicating that this is the design that Carr chose for the appearance of his novel.

 

Kalvan Kingmaker page proofs [typescript]

460 leaves

Carr-08-13

Physical Description:

A complete set of page proofs for the first edition of the novel Kalvan Kingmaker, by John F. Carr. The document is approximately 460 pages long and exhibits no editing marks. It is possible that this document could be the final proof of the novel before it went into print.

 

Original manuscript of “Piper,” by M.E. Knerr [typescript]

253 leaves

Carr-08-14

Physical Description:

A set of badly damaged loose sheets with a title page that reads, “PIPER, by M.E. Knerr, copyright 1983 by M.E. Knerr.” A signed note from John F. Carr explains that this is the original manuscript of an unpublished biography of H. Beam Piper written by Piper’s friend Mike Knerr, of which there are only two copies known to exist. Carr makes extensive use of this document in his book H. Beam Piper: a Biography. The manuscript is extensively edited in blue, green, and black ink. Carr’s note goes on to explain that the manuscript was badly damaged by smoke, fire, and water, during a house/office fire in 1999. The manuscript was discovered in a pile of papers and boxes that the firemen had thrown from Carr’s window in order to get rid of combustibles. The 253-page manuscript is therefore very fragile, and the pages have been placed in plastic sleeves for their protection. This document should be handled with great care.

 

The Last Cavalier: H. Beam Piper [typescript]

Carr-08-15

Physical Description:

A pair of documents each titled “The Last Cavalier: H. Beam Piper.” On the first page of the first document, there is a signed note from John F. Carr that reads: “Various bits and pieces of Piper bio that turned up when I searched for Knerr ms.” The first document is a printout of John F. Carr’s article titled “The Last Cavalier: H. Beam Piper.” The second document is an incomplete, unedited manuscript of Carr’s Piper biography that was published with the title H. Beam Piper: A Biography. This manuscript, initially bearing the same title as the shorter article, includes acknowledgements, dedication, preface, chapter 1, page 1 of chapter 2, and endnotes.

 

H. Beam Piper: A Biography appendix [typescript]

32 leaves

Carr-08-16

Physical Description:

An edited manuscript of the appendices for Carr’s book H. Beam Piper: A Biography. The four appendices cover the page range of 492-524 in the book, and they include a log of stories written by H. Beam Piper, a short piece by Piper written for a fan on his future history, an essay by Carr titled “Terro-Human Future History,” and Piper’s own inventory of his weapons collection circa 1956. In a signed note on the first page, Carr attributes the multiple edits that appear on the manuscript in red pen to his wife, Victoria Alexander-Carr.

 

H. Beam Piper: A Biography corrected page proofs [typescript]

approx. 250 leaves

Carr-08-17

Physical Description:

A complete set of page proofs for John F. Carr’s book H. Beam Piper: A Biography, with multiple edits in red and black ink, and marked in places by green post-it flags. The title page has a US Postal Service delivery confirmation receipt attached to it, postmarked 4/21/08. The title page also bears a signed note from Carr that reads: “These are the corrected page proofs for H. Beam Piper: A Biography. Corrected by Victoria Alexander-Carr and John F. Carr. Most of the red-ink corrections are Victoria’s with a few exceptions. All black-ink corrections are mine. Proofs mailed to McFarland via Priority mail on 4/21/08. Arrived on 4/24. Subsequent corrections via email. See attached.” After the title page, Carr has included the emails mentioned in his note that deal with further corrections to the proofs.

 

The Ophidian Conspiracy original manuscript [typescript]

189 pages

Carr-08-18

Physical Description:

A light blue manuscript folder containing the original manuscript for John F. Carr’s first novel, The Ophidian Conspiracy. The title page bears the novel’s original title, The Magi of Seker. A note from Carr dated 2/28/08 reads: “Rec. 1976. Original ms. for Ophidian Conspiracy with original title and copyeditor’s marks from Major Books. Corrections in black in by JFC.” The manuscript is edited extensively in pencil, red ink, and black ink.

 

Coming of the Eye: A War World novel excerpt [typescript]

24 pages

Carr-08-19

Physical Description:

A portion of John F. Carr and Don Hawthorne’s novel, War World: The Battle of Sauron, bearing its original title, discovered with the Rainbow Run excerpts in Carr-08-09. The excerpt includes the prologue and chapter 1 of the novel. No editing or other marks are present on the document.

 

The Timeless Tales of Reginald Bretnor proposal [typescript]

9 leaves

Carr-08-20

Physical Description:

A preliminary proposal for a television series titled “The Timeless Tales of Reginald Bretnor.” The proposal is dated 1992, and lists Fred Flaxman as the executive producer. A dated note on the title page by John F. Carr reads: “This was the original proposal to the Sci-Fi channel. I was up as story editor for this never-produced TV cable series. Reg Bretnor was very excited, but died before negotiations were completed, which didn’t help…”

 

Return of Space Viking partial manuscript [typescript]

approx. 84 leaves

Carr-08-21

Physical Description:

A set of loose sheets that range from pages 109-193. The first page bears the chapter heading “ODIN.” John F. Carr has also dated and signed a note on the first page that reads, “Return of Space Viking partial / corrections by JFC.” The pages bear smoke and water damage.

 

War World: The Battle of Sauron [typescript]

Carr-09-01

Physical Description:

This is a copy-edited draft of War World: The Battle of Sauron by John F. Carr and Don Hawthorne.  Written in ink on the title page is “Final Ms – Copy edited by Victoria Alexander.”  Edits to this draft appear in red ink, and are marked with blue post-it notes and post-it flags.

(material added on 3 December 2007)

 

Correspondence with Dennis Frank [typescript]

Carr-09-02

Physical Description:

A collection of printed emails from John Carr to his friend Dennis Frank, relating to the development of the John F. Carr Collection in the St. Bonaventure University archives. The first email is dated 18 June 2007, and states Carr’s intention to donate his material to the SBU archives. The subsequent emails deal with the sending and receipt of more materials, as well as personal correspondence. This file is expanding as more emails are received. The emails are organized in reverse chronological order.

 

Jim Landau-Kalvan Kingmaker corrections [typescript]

Approx. 25 leaves

Carr-09-03

Physical Description:

A collection of letters written to John Carr by his friend, Jim Landau, regarding Carr’s novel, Kalvan Kingmaker. The letters are written in the year 2000, and they are signed and dated 09/05/08 by Carr. The letters point out various pages numbers in Carr’s manuscript of Kalvan Kingmaker where Landau believes improvements need to be made. According to Carr’s annotation, the red inks marks on the letters indicate where Carr used Landau’s input.

 

Kalvan Kingmaker: Copy-edited Manuscript [typescript]

560 leaves

Carr-09-04

Physical Description:

A manuscript of Carr’s novel, Kalvan Kingmaker,  used for copy-editing. The manuscript is signed by Carr and dated 04/08/08. As Carr notes in his annotation of the document, the corrections made to the manuscript in black ink are by Carr’s wife, Victoria Alexander-Carr. Some pages in the manuscript are marked with red Post-It flags.

 

Kalvan Kingmaker: Submission to Desktop Miracles [typescript]

560 leaves

Carr-09-05

Physical Description:

A copy of the manuscript of Kalvan Kingmaker submitted to the printing design company, Desktop Miracles. Included is the cover letter sent to Desktop Miracles with the manuscript, discussing the layout of the book. The manuscript is signed and annotated by Carr.

 

Kalvan Kingmaker: page proof order forms [miscellaneous typescript]

Approx. 15 leaves

Carr-09-06

Physical Description:

A set of documents sent to John Carr by the company Desktop Miracles. Three leaves are forms from Desktop Miracles detailing options for the printing layout and design of Kalvan Kingmaker, as well as the price of the layouts. The other leaves are the page proofs. One set of proofs is labeled “B,” and the other set is labeled “C.” Presumably this refers to design B and design C, for the different designs in the forms are assigned letters.

 

Kalvan Kingmaker: page proofs [typescript]

461 leaves

Carr-09-07

Physical Description:

A complete set of page proofs for John Carr’s novel, Kalvan Kingmaker. The proofs are signed, annotated, and dated 06/05/08 by Carr. In the annotation, Carr notes that he corrections made to the manuscript in red ink were done by his wife, Victoria Alexander-Carr.

 

The Crying Clown Rites [typescript]

7 leaves

Carr-09-08

Physical Description:

An excerpt of a piece titled The Crying Clown Rites by John Carr. Carr has signed and dated the document in April 2009 with the annotation, “1st drafter of pt. III of Carnifex Mardi Gras.” The document includes pages 1-6 as well as page 12. All of the pages are badly damaged from fire and smoke along their bottom edges and are therefore very brittle.

 

Transtemporal Man: 1st draft and correspondence [typescript]

Approx. 25 leaves

Carr-09-09

Physical Description:

A copy of the 1st draft of Carr’s short piece, “The Transtemporal Man.” The copy was sent to Carr by his friend D. Frank. It can be seen that Carr dated and annotated the original copy on 11/07/07, noting that the corrections in red ink were performed by his wife, Victoria Alexander-Carr. However, since this document is a copy, said corrections can be seen in black. At the end of the piece, several correspondences from friends regarding the piece are attached.

 

Transtemporal Man: 2nd draft [typescript]

56 leaves

Carr-09-10

Physical Description:

A copy of the 2nd draft of Carr’s short piece, “The Transtemporal Man.” The original was signed by Carr with the annotation, “2nd draft. Corrected (red) by Victoria Alexanderon 12/10/07. Final draft printed on 12/12/07 and mailed off to Stan at “Analogy” on 12/13/07.”

 

Great Kings’ War Correspondence [misc. typescript]

Approx. 10 leaves

Carr-09-11

Physical Description:

A group of letters dealing with Carr’s novel Great Kings’ War from a file folder labeled “Great Kings’ War Legal Papers.” The letters range in date from 1983 to 1984, and include the publisher’s contract. The documents all bear smoke and fire damage around their edges.

 

Miscellaneous Correspondence [miscellaneous]

Carr-09-12

Physical Description:

The contents of an unmarked file folder. A collection of letters, both handwritten and typed, that range in date from 1985 to 2006. The letters are composed by multiple authors, including Carr, and deal with multiple subjects.

 

Tor Correspondence [typescript]

Approx. 10 leaves

Carr-09-13

Physical Description:

The contents of a folder labeled “Tor Correspondence.” A group of communications between Joh Carr and Tor publishing. The letters are written by multiple authors, dated between 1983 and 1984, and cover a variety of subjects, usually related to novels and publishing. Some of the leaves bear smoke and water damage from Carr’s office fire.

 

Don Coleman Correspondence [miscellaneous]

Approx. 30 leaves

Carr-09-14

Physical Description:

The contents of a file folder labeled ‘Don Coleman.’ A group of letters to and from John Carr’s friend, Don Coleman. The letters range in date from 1991 to 2007 and cover multiple subjects.

 

Sticky Fingers Letters- Early [miscellaneous]

Approx. 25 leaves

Carr-09-15

Physical Description:

The contents of a folder labeled “Letters-Early.” The letters are written by subscribers to Sticky Fingers, and cover a variety of subjects ranging from subscriptions and renewals to suggestions for content and improvement. The letter range in date from 1996 to 1998.

 

H. Beam Piper titles [books]

Carr-10-01

Physical Description:

A list of title by H. Beam Piper included in the Carr collection. To date, these titles include:

            Little Fuzzy

            The Other Human Race

            Fuzzy Sapiens (original title: The Other Human Race)

            Fuzzies and Other People

            First Cycle (2 copies)

            Uller Uprising

            Four-Day Planet and Lone Star Planet (2 copies)

            Paratime

            The Cosmic Computer

            Space Viking

            Der Mann, der die Zeit betrog (German translation of Lord Kalvan of Otherwhen)   

     Prologue to Analog. Edited by John W. Campbell. Includes Piper's story "Omnilingual". 

These titles are shelved with the other books in the Carr collection.

 

Correspondence: John F. Carr & Tom Rogers [typescript]

Approx. 15 leaves

Carr-10-02

Physical Description:

A set of printed emails between Carr and Tom Rogers, dating between late 2008 and early 2009. The emails deal with the research into the life of H. Beam Piper being conducted by the two.

 

H. Beam Piper: a Biography: Publisher’s manuscript [typescript]

494 leaves

Carr-10-03

Physical Description:

A copy of the manuscript for H. Beam Piper: a Biography sent to Carr by the McFarland & Co. Publishing House. The manuscript includes the cover letter sent to Carr by the publisher. The manuscript also contains many editing marks, presumably made by the editors at the publisher. Several pages in the manuscript are marked with Post-It notes.

 

Time & Chance: an autobiography by L. Sprague de Camp [book]

401 pages

Carr-10-04

Physical Description:

The published autobiography of L. Sprague de Camp, a friend of H. Beam Piper. This book was used as a source in Carr’s H. Beam Piper: a Biography. Two places in the book are marked with Post-It flags. The marks correspond to Piper-related references in the book. This book is filed with the other published titles in the Carr collection.

 

H. Beam Piper: a Biography: Preface [typescript]

Approx. 15 leaves

Carr-10-05

Physical Description:

Two drafts of the preface of Carr’s H. Beam Piper: a Biography. Each draft is signed and annotated by Carr. Included with the drafts are the notes sent via email to Carr by McFarland & Co. regarding changes and corrections to the drafts. These notes are also signed and annotated by Carr.

 

When in the Course… [typescript]

98 leaves

Carr-10-06

Physical Description:

A photocopy of the original manuscript for When in the Course…, by H. Beam Piper, sent to Jerry Pournelle by James Baen of Ace Books on 3/19/79. When in the Course was published in The Worlds of H. Beam Piper, an anthology of Piper’s short works. The piece is an alternate telling of the basic storyline of Lord Kalvan of Otherwhen, without the character of Kalvan and set in space. The document includes the cover letter sent to Pournelle by Baen.

 

H. Beam Piper: A Biography Review [typescript]

Carr-10-07

Physical Description:

A short printout of a review of Carr’s H. Beam Piper: A Biography, written by Steven H. Silver. The review outlines the basic details of Piper’s life, as well as analyzing Carr’s research and writing.

 

Never a Debtor Be [typescript]

Carr-10-08

Physical Description:

An edited manuscript of Never a Debtor Be, the eighth chapter of Carr’s H. Beam PiperL A Biography. The chapter bears numerous editing marks in red ink.

 

List of Planets in H. Beam Piper’s Federation and Empire [typescript]

Carr-10-09

Physical Description:

A typed document titled “List of Planets in H. Beam Piper’s Federation and Empire.” Intended for use by Jerry Pournelle and John Carr for The Return of Space Viking, the document contains detailed notes about the planets found in Piper’s Federation and Empire. The notes include brief citations of where each planet appears in Piper’s novels.

 

Space Viking Notes [miscellaneous]

Carr-10-10

Physical Description:

A typed sheet of notes and a notecard containing information relating to Space Viking. The typed sheet contains a list of curses used in the novel. The notecard contains miscellaneous notes about the novel.

 

Piper Photographs [photocopies]

Carr-10-11

Physical Description:

A collection of copied photographs on H. Beam Piper. Included are typed notes about the photos, many of which are annotated with handwritten notes.

 

Oomphel in the Sky [typescript]

67 leaves

Carr-10-12

Physical Description:

A photocopy of a typed manuscript of a short story by H. Beam Piper titled “Oomphel in the Sky.” The manuscript bears minor editing marks.

 

Hunter Patrol [typescript]

44 leaves

Carr-10-13

Physical Description:

A photocopy if a typed manuscript of a short story by H. Beam Piper and John J. McGuire titled “Hunter Patrol.” The manuscript bears many minor editing marks in addition to a handwritten note on the front detailing how the publication of the story should be formatted.

 

Piper Articles [miscellaneous]

Carr-10-14

Physical Description:

The contents of a file labeled “Piper Articles.” The file includes several sheets of handwritten notes, in addition to two articles written about Piper. The first article, titled “Piper’s Foundation,” was written by Jerry Pournelle. The second article, titled “The Last Cavalier: H. Beam Piper,” was written by Carr. All documents in the file bear some smoke damage due to Carr’s California office fire.

 

Appendix ii—The Future History [typescript]

Carr-10-15

Physical Description:

An early printed manuscript of what would become Appendix B in Carr’s H. Beam Piper: A Biography. The appendix is a transcription of a letter that Piper wrote to a young fan, outlining the chronology of his future history. The letter also places Piper’s short stories and novels within the future history chronology, in order to give the reader an idea of when each story takes place.

 

Piper Biography Outline [typescript]

Carr-10-16

Physical Description:

A typed document containing a rough outline of Carr’s H. Beam Piper: A Biography, in addition to notes and thoughts about the process of writing the book. The outline reflects upon available sources for researching Piper’s life, in addition to conclusions about Piper as an individual.

 

Space Viking Miscellaneous [typescript]

Carr-10-17

Physical Description:

A collection of miscellaneous printouts of material relating to the 2011 reprint of Space Viking. Included are book jacket text, and information intended for the Pequod Press website.

 

Piper Biography Miscellaneous [typescript]

Carr-10-18

Physical Description:

A collection of miscellaneous printouts of material related to H. Beam Piper: A Biography. Included are several copies of the book’s Table of Contents, as well as an author’s note.

 

Piper Pittcon Pictures [photocopies]

Carr-10-19

Physical Description:

A photocopied set of photographs from the 18th World Science Fiction Convention in 1960 mailed to Carr by a friend. The pictures featuring Piper are marked with a yellow highlighter. Included is the note sent to Carr by his friend with the copies.

 

Science Fiction Magazines [Paperback volumes]

Carr-10-20

Physical Description:

A pair of science fiction magazines, in which short stories by H. Beam Piper are published. The first magazine, Future combined with Science Fiction Stories, was published in September 1950, and it includes a short story by Piper titled Flight from Tomorrow, beginning on page 36. The second magazine, Fantastic Universe, was published in December 1959, and it includes a short story by Piper titled The Answer, beginning on page 5. Both magazines are very fragile; their pages are yellowed and brittle. In the case of Fantastic Universe, the cover is completed detached from the rest of the volume.

 

Unholy Trinity + Tour of Piper's grave site [CD + DVD]

Carr-10-21

Physical Description:

A DVD with a walkthrough tour of H. Beam Piper's gravesite that was done while John Carr and Dennis Frank were working on the Piper Biography. Also included is a recording of H. Beam Piper called the Unholy Trinity.

 

The John W. Campbell Letters Volume 1 [Paperback]

Carr-10-22

(Located on the Bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Volume I of the John W. Campbell Letters edited by Perry A. Chapdelaine Sr., Tony Chapdelaine, and George Hay. Published by AC Projects Inc, ISBN 0-931150-16-7. This book contains a letter to H. Beam Piper and a couple about Piper on pages (29-37, 429-431, 458-462).

 

Paratime [Paperback]

Carr-10-23 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Paratime edited by John F. Carr this is a collection of some of H. Beam Pipers Stories published August 1981 by Ace Books.

 

Federation [Paperback]

Carr-10-24 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Federation edited by John F. Carr this is a collection of some of H. Beam Pipers Stories First published February 1981 by Ace Books. This is the third printing published in January 1983.

 

Empire [Paperback]

Carr-10-25 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Empire edited by John F. Carr this is a collection of some of H. Beam Pipers Stories published May 1981 by Ace Books.

 

The World of H. Beam Piper [Paperback]

Carr-10-26 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

The Worlds of H. Beam Piper edited by John F. Carr this is a collection of some of H. Beam Pipers Stories published 1983 by Ace books.

 

Der Uller-Aufstand [Paperback]

Carr-10-27 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

The German Translation of Uller Uprising translated by Walter Spiegl published in 1997 by ein Ullstein Buch.

 

The Cosmic Computer [Paperback]

Carr-10-28 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

The Cosmic Computer by H. Beam Piper this is the third printing by Ace published in November 1983.

 

First Cycle [Paperback]

Carr-10-29 (2 copies located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

First Cycle by H. Beam Piper, edited and expanded by Michael Kurland. This was published by Charter Communication Inc in 1982.

 

Little Fuzzy [Paperback]

Carr-10-30 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Little Fuzzy by H. Beam Piper published in 1962 by Ace Books.

 

Four-Day Planet and Lone Star Planet [Paperback]

Carr-10-31 (2 copies located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Four Day Planet and Lone Star Planet published by Ace books in 1961.

 

Fuzzies and Other People [Paperback+ hardcover]

Carr-10-32 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Paperback and Hardcover version of Fuzzies and Other People by H. Beam Piper published by Ace books in 1984.

 

Fuzzy Sapiens [Paperback]

Carr-10-33 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Fuzzy Sapiens by H. Beam Piper published in 1964 by Ace Books.

 

The Other Human Race [Paperback]

Carr-10-34 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

The Other Human Race by H. Beam Piper published in 1964 by Avon Books.

 

The Fuzzy Papers [Hardcover]

Carr-10-35 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

The Fuzzy Papers by H. Beam Piper published in 1964 by Nelson Doubleday with permission from Ace books.

 

Space Vikings [Paperback]

Carr-10-36 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

H. Beam Piper's Space Viking published in 1963 by Ace Books.

 

Der Mann, der die Zeit betrog [Paperback]

Carr-10-37 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

The German translation of Lord Kalvan of Otherwhen published as a Utopia classic in 1981.

 

Little Fuzzy [Paperback]

Carr-10-38 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

A reprint of Uller Uprising by H. Beam Piper published by Ace Books in 1983 with Introduction by John F. Carr.

 

Space Viking [Paperback]

Carr-10-40 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

H. Beam Piper's Space Viking reprinted by Peqoud Press in 2011.

 

Prologue to Analog, edited by John W. Campbell [Hard Cover]

includes Piper's story "Omnilingual"

Carr-10-41 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Anthology of stories published by Doubleday in 1962. Book club edition.

 

Henry Beam Piper / Gordon W. Benson, Jr. [paper]

Carr-10-42

Physical Description:

5 page bibliography of Piper's works published in 1985.

 

The John W. Campbell Letters, Volume 1. [Paperback]

Carr-10-43 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Includes several letters to or referring to H. Beam Piper. 1985.

 

APA Kalvans [miscellaneous]

Approx. 100 leaves

Carr-11-01

Physical Description:

The contents of a folder marked “APA Kalvans.” Its contents include correspondence from the members of the APA, an Amateur Press Association dedicated to H. Beam Piper. This informal fan group, whose members included Lee Brainard, Roland Green, Jim Landau, and John Carr, traded research and original science fiction stories with eachother by mail during the 1980s and 1990s. The contents of this folder include items sent to Carr by the other members of the group, including brochures, original typed stories, and news clippings of interest. The dates on these mailed materials range from 1985 to 1987. The papers bear some smoke damage from John Carr’s office fire. The contents of this folder have been broken into two separate folders labeled Carr-11-01-A and Carr-11-01-B, respectively.

 

APA papers [miscellaneous]

Approx. 75 leaves

Carr-11-02

Physical Description:

The contents of a folder marked “APA papers.” Its contents include further correspondence between the members of the Amateur Piper Association. The correspondences relate mainly to the Lord Kalvan storyline, and include greeting cards, articles, newsletters programs, newspaper clippings, maps, and photographs in addition to many letters. The materials are dated between 1987 and 1989. The materials bear smake and water damage from Carr’s office fire. The contents of this file have been separated into two separate files, labeled Carr-11-02-A and Carr-11-02-B, respectively.

 

APA Kalvan [miscellaneous]

Approx. 75 leaves

Carr-11-03

Physical Description:

The contents of a file labeled “APA Kalvan.” These materials were presumably given to Carr by fellow APA member Jim Landau, as can be seen in the various cover letters dividing the material. Included in the material are letter from Carr and the other members of the Amateur Piper Association, dated between 1986 and 1988. The letters pertain mainly to the works of H. Beam Piper as well as the Lord Kalvan storyline. Also included amongst the letters are copies of excerpts of books and maps. The contents of this file bear smoke damage from Carr’s office fire.

 

Chronology.org articles [typescript]

58 leaves

Carr-11-04

Physical Description:

Computer printouts of articles from the website Chronology.org. The two articles included pertain to the work of Jerry Pournelle, with whom Carr worked. One article is a chronology of Pournelle’s future history, and the other article is a suggested reading order of Pournelle’s material.

 

Diary of Washington excerpt [photocopied document]

24 leaves

Carr-11-05

Physical Description:

A photocopied excerpt of a published copy of George Washington’s diary sent to Carr by Daniel Radakovich on 10 January 1989. According to the note written in red ink on the back of the document, Radakovich thought that the excerpt might be useful for Carr’s work on the Lord Kalvan saga. The document was sent in a small manila envelope.

 

Hubble Images [photographs]

14 leaves

Carr-11-06

Physical Description:

A series of photographs taken by the Hubble Space Telescope sent to Jerry Pournelle on 22 February 1986. It can be assumed that Pournelle later gave these images to his coworker, John Carr.

 

Xarxon’s Wedding [typescript]

Approx. 20 leaves

Carr-11-07

Physical Description:

An original story taking place in the country of Lord Kalvan, Hos-Hostigos, written by fellow APA member Jim Landau. The story was sent to Carr presumably sometime in the early 1990s, but this is unclear due to the fact that there is no date on the document itself and the postage labeled has been damaged by smoke from Carr’s office fire. According to his annotated copy of the John F. Carr collection list (Carr-17-15), Jim Landau notes that this story was completed on 3/11/1997 and sent to Carr shortly thereafter.

 

“Plasma Rifle” and “The Uniform makes the Man” [typescript]

Approx. 20 leaves

Carr-11-08

Physical Description:

A pair of original stories written by Jim Landau. These two stories, titled “Plasma Rifle”, later re-titled "All the Money in Your Wallet" and “The Uniform makes the Man,” re-titled "The Headless Horseman", were sent to Carr by Landau on 21 May 1991.

 

Money Causes Lung Cancer [typescript]

Approx. 20 leaves

Carr-11-09

Physical Description:

An original Kalvan-related short piece written by Jim Landau entitled “Money Causes Lung Cancer.” This piece was sent to Carr by Landau possibly in the late 1980s or early 1990s, but the document bears no date to confirm this. According to his annotated copy of the John F. Carr collection list (Carr-17-15), Landau notes that this story was completed on 1/8/1995 and sent to Carr shortly thereafter.

 

Addendum to Report by Professor Aranth S. [typescript]

Approx. 25 leaves

Carr-11-10

Physical Description:

An original Kalvan-related short piece written by Jim Landau entitled “addendum to Report by Professor Aranth S.” This piece was sent to Carr by Landau on 4 May 1996, and it is associated with “The World through Rifle Sights” (Carr-11-14).

 

Battle of Lyr River [typescript]

49 leaves

Carr-11-11

Physical Description:

An original Kalvan-related short piece written by Jim Landau entitled “Battle of Lyr River.” This piece was written and sent to John Carr by Landau in 1996.

 

Letters from Jim Landau [miscellaneous]

Approx. 75 leaves

Carr-11-12

Physical Description:

A collection of letters written by Jim Landau to John Carr. The letters range in date from 1991 to 1998. The letters discuss the world of Lord Kalvan, send useful excerpts of books, and contain original short material by Landau for Carr’s appraisal. Some of these materials include hand-drawn illustrations and maps.

 

Panther Cub [typescript]

Approx. 150 leaves

Carr-11-13

Physical Description:

An original piece by Jim Landau titled “Panther Cub.” This longer piece, set in Hos-Hostigos, was sent to Carr in sections between 1988 and 1989. The story has 19 parts, and in the correspondence attached Landau expresses his intention to write a sequel, which became “The World Through Rifle Sights” (Carr-11-14). Some sections bear editing marks by Carr, and the entire document bears smoke damage form Carr’s office fire. This document is split into two files, labeled Carr-11-13-A and Carr-11-13-B, respectively.

 

The World through Rifle Sights [typescript]

Approx. 500 leaves

Carr-11-14

Physical Description:

An original piece by Jim Landau titled “The World through Rifle Sights.” This piece, sent to Carr in sections between 1993 and 1996, is the sequel to Landau’s “Panther Cub.” The document includes the initial outline, parts 1-10 of the story, as well as parts 12-15. There is a piece in between parts 10 and 12 that seems to be a clarifying letter, but may also serve as part 11. The entire document bears some smoke damage from Carr’s office fire.

 

Queen Rylla’s Crown Manuscript, corrected [typescript]

258 leaves

Carr-12-01

Physical Description:

An incomplete edited copy of the manuscript of John Carr’s Queen Rylla’s Crown, the original title of the novel Fireseed Wars. The manuscript is annotated and dated by Carr. The annotation states that this corrected manuscript was received by Carr from his friend, Dennis Frank, in November 2007. Carr also states that the corrections in black ink are his own. The manuscript bears other corrections in pencil, presumably made by Frank. This manuscript is divided into two folders, labeled Carr-12-01-A and Carr-12-01-B respectively.

 

Queen Rylla’s Crown/Fireseed Wars first draft [typescript]

258 leaves

Carr-12-02

Physical Description:

An unedited copy of Carr’s novel, Queen Rylla’s Crown, later renamed The Fireseed Wars. Carr has signed and annotated the document. The annotation gives the document the date 2007, and it labels the document as the first draft of The Fireseed Wars. This draft has been divided into two folders, labeled Carr-12-02-A and Carr-12-02-B respectively.

 

Fireseed Wars, Master Draft #1 [typescript]

722 leaves

Carr-12-03

Physical Description:

A copy of the manuscript for Carr’s The Fireseed Wars, labeled “master draft #1, first  major edits” by Carr in red ink. The manuscript bears red editing marks, and some of the pages are marked with post-it flags.

 

Jim Landau’s critiques [typescript]

(misc. pagination)

Carr-12-04

Physical Description:

A collection of letters from Jim Landau to John Carr critiquing Carr’s Fireseed Wars. Carr provides a typed annotation of the letters in a cover letter. The letters range in date from 2006-2008, and deal with continuity issues as well as general comments about the story. The letters are organized chronologically by date (when available), also utilizing the chapters discussed in the letters.

 

Fireseed Wars, Frank edit [typescript]

753 leaves

Carr-12-05

Physical Description:

A copy of the manuscript of The Fireseed Wars. Carr signed the manuscript on 13 march 2009 with the annotation, “Dwight Duker corrected final draft. All corrections entered by 3/13/09.” However, upon examining the penciled-in corrections on the manuscript, Carr’s friend Dennis Frank recognized the corrections to be his own. The reason for this mixup is unclear.

 

Fireseed Wars, Dramatis Personae [typescript]

Approx. 25 leaves

Carr-12-06

Physical Description:

A copy of the Dramatis Personae for Carr’s Fireseed Wars, originally spiral bound. The document contains a complete list of characters and places in the novel, as well as working maps. Included with the document is a set of corrections in list form, attributed by Carr to his friend Wolf.

 

Fireseed Wars, editing copy [typescript]

Approx. 750 leaves

Carr-12-07

Physical Description:

A copy of Carr’s The Fireseed Wars, labeled “Editing Copy.” The document contains fifty-four chapters, and was originally spiral bound in sections of three to four chapters. For storage purposes, the spiral bindings have since been removed.

 

Fireseed Wars, major edit/rewrite [typescript]

Misc. pagination

Carr-13-01

Physical Description:

A copy of a major revision of the novel Fireseed Wars. Carr has annotated the cover page, which bears the novel’s original title, Queen Rylla’s Crown, as well as the final title. The annotation states that all black and red corrections are made by Carr. This revision is very hard to follow, for it seems to take pages from several drafts of the story, all of which have differing pagination and title headings. The final document is an estimated 400 pages in length.

 

Fireseed Wars excerpt [typescript]

Misc. pagination

Carr-13-02

Physical Description:

An excerpt of Carr’s Fireseed Wars, described by Carr in an annotation as being the “next to final” manuscript. The annotation states that the corrections made to the document in red ink were by Carr’s wife, Victoria Alexander-Carr. The excerpt contains chapters one through four as well as chapter six from a section of the book titled “Fall.”

 

“John’s Original Scanned” [typescript]

Misc. pagination

Carr-13-03

Physical Description:

A collection of excerpts of The Fireseed Wars, identified only as “John’s original scanned” in Jim Landau’s handwriting. The document appears to include pieces from several different drafts, and it appears not to be the final copy. The sections of the piece also seem to be jumbled. The document is an estimated 200 pages in length.

In his annotated copy of the John F. Carr Collection list (Carr-17-15), Jim Landau explains the history of this document:

“…after having sent me a good portion of the typescript for Fireseed Wars, John had a hard disk failure which meant he lost all copies of the text except for the typescript he sent me.  I both photocopied and scanned the typescript and sent both back to John.  If the word “scanned” appears and is not in John’s handwriting, then I wrote it as a note to myself that I finished scanning that chapter.”

The document is divided into two separate folders, labeled Carr-13-03-A and Carr-13-03-B respectively.

 

Fireseed Wars, ch. 25 [typescript]

24 leaves

Carr-13-04

Physical Description:

An excerpt of Carr’s Fireseed Wars labeled “Twenty-five.” The document seems to contain all of the novel’s chapter 25, from page 385-409. However, no further identifying annotations or editing marks are visible.

 

Bedlam Aboard the Belos [typescript]

30 leaves

Carr-13-05

Physical Description:

A proposal by Carr and his friend, Camden Benares, for a novel entitled Bedlam Aboard the Belos. The document is signed and annotated by Carr. The annotation dates this proposal to about 1977. The proposal includes a complete chapter outline, and is bound in a cardboard and plastic cover. The document bears some smoke damage from Carr’s office fire.

 

Crying Clown Celebration, original proposal [typescript]

92 leaves

Carr-13-06

Physical Description:

Two copies of the original proposal for a series of novels by Carr and Benares, collectively titled The Crying Clown Celebration. The proposal contains an outline for each of the series’ proposed eight books. The proposals bear some discoloration due to smoke damage from Carr’s office fire. The document is signed and annotated by Carr, who dates it to about 1979.

 

Rainbow Run manuscript [typescript]

Approx. 300 leaves

Carr-13-07

Physical Description:

A manuscript for the unpublished novel Rainbow Run, by Carr and Benares. Carr has signed the manuscript with the annotation, “Rainbow Run, Cam Benares. St. Bonaventure files for J.F.C. archives.” The document includes chapters 1-13 of the story, as well as an outline for the rest. Also included is a letter of rejection dated 25 August 1994 from a publisher. The document bears some smoke damage due to Carr’s office fire.

 

The Fireseed Wars, Copy Edit “Dan” [Typescript]

Approx. 534 leaves

Carr- 13-08

Physical Description:

A copy edit of The Fireseed Wars, by Carr, Carr has signed the copy edit with the annotation, “ Dan’s copy.” The document includes chapters 1-54 of the story, with the editors marks.

 

The Fireseed Wars, Galley Manuscript [Typescript]

Approx. 534 leaves

Carr-13-09

Physical Description:

A corrected manuscript of The Fireseed Wars, by Carr, Carr has signed the copyedit with the annotation, “galley as sent to Desktop Miracle.” The document includes chapters 1-54 of the story.

 

The Fireseed Wars, Final Edit “Victoria” [Typescript]

Approx. 534 leaves

Carr-13-10

Physical Description:

The copyedit of The Fireseed Wars, by Carr, Carr has signed the copyedit with the annotation “Victoria’s Copyedited copy of MS.” The document includes chapters 1-54 of the story. The document bears some water damage on the title page and the copyright page, as well.

 

The Fireseed Wars, “Victoria’s Final Edit” [Typescript]

Approx. 756 leaves

Carr-14-01

Physical Description:

The final edit of The Fireseed Wars, by Carr, Carr has signed the final edit with “Victoria’s final edit.” The document includes chapters 1-54 of the story.

 

The Fireseed Wars, Landau’s Comments [Typescript]

Approx.VII-452.

Carr-14-02

Physical Description:

The outline of The Fireseed Wars, by Carr, Carr has signed the outline with the annotation, “Jim Landau comments and critique with input.”

 

Miscellaneous Correspondence [Letters]

Carr-14-03

Physical Description:

The contents of a file folder labeled “Letters.” Contains numerous letters written to Carr by friends and colleagues. Approximate dates range from 1990-2008.

 

Hos-Hostigos Background [Typescript]

Carr-14-04

Physical Description:

This document is the Kalvan time-line with an annotation signed by Carr, “Kalvan time Line, Background Notes, from 1994-1997. 10/27/09” This document bears some fire damage.

 

The Fireseed Wars, Reference Notes [Misc]

Carr-14-05

Physical Description:

A plot outline and reference notes for the Fireseed Wars, by Carr. This document contains pages of handwritten notes, and a type manuscript of the plot outline.

 

The Magi of Siker [typescript]

Carr-14-06

Physical Description:

An original story by John F. Carr. This document has hand written notes by Carr, and the annotation, “All corrections & notes by John F. Carr.” Dated 6/12/08.

 

Jim Landau, Maps and Comments [Typescript]

Carr-14-07

Physical Description:

These documents are composed of letters written by Jim Landau for Carr. The letters contain Landau’s comments on Carr’s writing, as well as sketches of maps of Hos-Hostigos and Hos-Harphax.

 

Gunpowder God, Continuity Notes [typescript]

Carr-14-08

Physical Description:

This document includes continuity notes of the typescript Gunpowder God.

 

Gunpowder God, Final Chapter [Typescript]

Carr-14-09

Physical Description:

The final chapter of Gunpowder God. Signed by Carr on 6/29/09, with the annotation “Final Chapter of Gunpowder God (original—1986-87), which later appeared in Siege of Tarr-Hostigos. Corrections: Jim Landau.”

 

The Fireseed Wars, R. Oakley’s Comments [Typescript]

Carr-14-10

Physical Description:

The contents of a file labeled “King Kalvan’s Exile.” A document titled “The Fireseed Wars,” signed and dated 8/9/09 by Carr, with the annotation “Richard Oakley’s comments.”

 

Kalvan Kingmaker, 2nd ed. [Typescript]

Approx. 461 leaves

Carr-14-11

Physical Description:

A copy of the page proofs of Kalvan Kingmaker. The proofs are packaged in a box labeled, “2nd ed., 1st pages,” and they are edited in red and purple ink.

 

Kalvan Kingmaker, Final Proofs [Typescript]

Approx. 460 leaves

Carr-14-12

Physical Description:

A copy of the page proofs of Kalvan Kingmaker. The proofs are signed and annotated by Carr with the date 2/13/2010. The annotation reads: “Approved final proofs for Kalvan Kingmaker sent by Desktop Miracles.”

 

Otherwhen Background [Typescript]

Carr-14-13

Physical Description:

A typed document bearing the title “Characters on Kalvan’s Timeline.” The document contains descriptions of the characters and locations in Kalvan’s world, as well as a guide to common names in that world.

 

Back from the Dead [Typescript]

Carr-14-14

Physical Description:

A short story written by Carr entitled “Back from the Dead.” Based upon the references in the story, it takes place in Lord Kalvan’s world. The document bears editing marks in red and blue ink.

 

Hostigos Con [Miscellaneous]

Carr-14-15

Physical Description:

The contents of a file folder labeled “Hostigos Con.” The file contains letters, programs, and promotional flyers for the Hostigos convention, which took place June 10-12, 1988, in State College, PA. The material bears fire damage from Carr’s office fire.

 

Printing Estimates [Miscellaneous]

Carr-14-16

Physical Description:

The contents of a file labeled “Printing Estimates.” The file contains letters and receipts from various printing companies, including Vaughn Printing and Bookmasters, regarding the cost of printing various Kalvan novels. The file also contains a list of other printers. Much of the material in the file is dated between 1999 and 2005.

 

Kalvan Kingmaker, Oakley corrections [Typescript]

Carr-14-17

Physical Description:

A typed document labeled “Kalvan Kingmaker.” The document is signed by Carr with the annotation “Richard Oakley’s corrections.” The document lists proposed corrections to Kalvan Kingmaker, and it bears editing marks in red ink reflecting whether Carr made the suggested changes or not.

 

Jim Landau, APA: Kalvan 34 [Typescript]

Carr-14-18

Physical Description:

An APA newsletter written by Jim Landau, dated 10/20/1987. The newsletter contains general news information as well as Landau’s comments and Kalvan-related discussion.

 

Landau—Kalvan Kingmaker comments/critique [Typescript]

Carr-14-19

Physical Description:

The contents of a file folder labeled “Landau—Kalvan Kingmaker comments/critique.” The file contains letters and photocopies of sources concerning Landau’s critique of Kalvan Kingmaker. The letters range in date from approximately 1997 to 2004.

 

Jim Landau Correspondence [Typescript]

Carr-14-20

Physical Description:

A collection of correspondence in the form of emails and letters between Carr and Jim Landau. The file contains some book corrections and critiques, as well as some APA materials. The dates on the materials range from approximately 1997 to 2004.

 

Kalvan Correspondence [Miscellaneous]

Carr-14-21

Physical Description:

A collection of miscellaneous correspondence dealing with the Kalvan novels. The material includes emails and letters between Carr and multiple authors over a wide range of dates.

 

War World Correspondence [Miscellaneous]

Carr-15-01

Physical Description:

A collection of miscellaneous correspondence dealing with the War World novels. The material includes emails and letters between Carr, Jerry Pournelle, other contributing War World authors, and other individuals over a wide range of dates.

 

Imperial Stars—Vol. I [Typescript]

Carr-15-02

Physical Description:

Legal documents relating to an anthology series titled “Imperial Stars.” In the documents, Carr is named as the anthology’s editor. The documents are all from 1987.

 

War World—Assignments Vol. IV [Miscellaneous]

Carr-15-03

Physical Description:

The contents of a file labeled “Ward World—Assignments Vol. IV.” The file contains correspondence between Carr and individuals associated with War World, as well as outlines and an issue of the SWFA Bulletin. The dates on the material range from approximately 1991-93.

 

There Will Be War Contracts [Typescript]

Carr-15-04

Physical Description:

The contents of a file labeled “There Will Be War Contracts.” The file contains correspondence and legal documents relating to There Will Be War: After Armageddon. The dates on the material range from approximately 1985-1991.

 

Imperial Stars Correspondence [Miscellaneous]

Carr-15-05

Physical Description:

The contents of a file folder labeled “Imperial Stars.” The file contains correspondence relating to Imperial Stars. The dates on the correspondence range from approximately 1985-1991.

 

CoDominium II [Miscellaneous]

Carr-15-06

Physical Description:

The contents of a file folder labeled “CoDominum II.” The file contains legal paperwork and correspondence dealing with War World: CoDominum. The dates on the material range from 1985-1991.

 

Future History [Typescript]

Carr-15-07

Physical Description:

The contents of a file folder labeled “Future History.” The file contains a letter to Jerry Pournelle, dated 1993, which is annotated by Carr and includes an attached article. The file also contains a letter to Carr, dated 1992.

 

Death’s Head Rebellion Manuscript [Typescript]

Approx. 139 leaves

Carr-15-08

Physical Description:

The manuscript for a work entitled “Death’s Head Rebellion,” written by Carr and Roland Green. The manuscript is signed by Carr and dated 1/16/2010, which an annotation that identifies the manuscript as the first or second edition of the manuscript for “Cyborg Revolt.” The manuscript bears some smoke damage.

 

Battle of Sauron Illustrations [Printed images]

Carr-15-09

Physical Description:

The cover art for War World: The Battle of Sauron. This file also includes a diagram of the titular battle, and map’s of Landyn’s Star System, where the anthology takes place.

 

Jerry Pournelle’s Future History [Typescript]

Carr-15-10

Physical Description:

A printout of a website that gives background information the War World novels. The printout is dated 8/30/2005.

 

Introduction {War World} [Typescript]

Carr-15-11

Physical Description:

An unedited draft manuscript titled “Introduction.” No date or annotation is given by Carr, but references in the work indicate a connection to the War World novels.

 

Cat’s Eye Notes [Typescript]

Carr-15-12

Physical Description:

A document titled “Byers Star,” with an annotation on a post-it note that reads “old stuff.” The document is written by Steven Shervais, and it contains notes on the planet Cat’s Eye. The document includes a diagram of a moon named Haven that orbits Cat’s Eye. These features are related to the War World novels.

 

Frystaat [Typescript]

5 leaves

Carr-15-13

Physical Description:

A typed document that contains typed notes on the Planet Frystaat, a planet related to the War World novels.

 

Shimmerstones [Typescript]

Carr-15-14

Physical Description:

A typed document titled “Shimmerstones,” by F. Gasperik, dated 7/25/92, that gives background information on the shimmerstones of War World.

 

CoDominium Headquarters [Typescript]

4 leaves

Carr-15-15

Physical Description:

A printout from a website that gives background information on the CoDominium novels in the War World Universe. The printout is dated 8/31/2005.

 

Space Battle [Typescript]

2 leaves

Carr-15-16

Physical Description:

A short document with an excerpt of a War World related story. The heading “Langston Field/Space Battle” is written at the top.

 

Last Chance [Typescript]

34 pages

Carr-15-17

Physical Description:

An introduction to a War World story titled “Last Chance,” by Steven Shervais.

 

Astronomy Lesson [Typescript]

5 leaves

Carr 15-18

Physical Description:

A document written by S. Shervais, titled “astronomy Lesson.” The story is written as an astronomy lesson directed at school children living on the moon Haven. The document has an original note from Jerry Pournelle attached to it, and it has been signed and dated 2/2/10 by Carr.

 

Death’s Head Patrol [Typescript]

Approx. 76 leaves

Carr-15-19

Physical Description:

A manuscript for a War World story titled “Death’s Head Patrol,” by Carr and R. Green. The document has some editing marks made with a black felt-tip pen.

 

Haven Illumination [Typescript]

2 copies

Carr-15-20

Physical Description:

Two copies of a document discussing the moon Haven. The document includes charts, diagrams and notes, and it is noted as being part of the War World Bible.

 

World Building Notes [Miscellaneous]

Carr-15-21

Physical Description:

A set of typed and handwritten notes bearing the title “World Building Notes.” The notes are dated 1985, and they were signed by Carr in November 2009 with the annotation “original notes by JFC.”

 

Death’s Head Patrol Introduction [Typescript]

Carr-15-22

Physical Description:

A copy of the manuscript for the introduction the “Death’s Head Patrol,” from War World: Death’s Head Rebellion. The introduction is written by Jerry Pournelle, and it bears editing marks. The manuscript has been signed and dated by Carr on 2/3/2010.

 

War World Proposal [Typescript]

9 pages

Carr-15-23

Physical Description:

An original proposal for War World sent to J. Baen in approximately 1987. The proposed editors of the anthology are listed as Jerry Pournelle, Carr, and Roland Green. The document is annotated by Carr, and it bears editing marks.

 

The Garden Spot [Typescript]

Carr-15-24

Physical Description:

A manuscript titled “The Garden Spot,” by Don Hawthorne. The manuscript is signed and annotated by Carr on 2/3/10. The manuscript is identified as being an early draft of a story that was published in CoDominium: Revolt on War World.

 

Baen Anthology Notes [Typescript]

5 pages

Carr-15-25

Physical Description:

A document written by Roland Green. The document has been signed and annotated by Carr on 2/3/10. Carr identifies the document as Green’s notes for the original War World proposal.

 

Sauron [Typescript]

9 pages

Carr-15-26

Physical Description:

A document titled “Sauron.” The document contains notes on the planet Sauron, and it bears some black editing marks.

 

Chronology of Jerry Pournelle’s Future History [Typescript]

50 leaves

Carr-15-27

Physical Description:

A printout from a website titled “Chronology of Jerry Pournelle’s Future History.” The document is a timeline of CoDominium and the Empire of Man, both anthology series associated with War World.

 

War World Proposals [Typescript]

Carr-15-28

Physical Description:

Two War World proposals, signed an annotated by Carr on 2/3/10. One proposal is for an anthology of CoDominum stories, and it is identified as having been drafted in approximately 1992. The second proposal is identified as being a rought draft of the proposal for War World: The Wasting, a work which was never published. The draft is from approximately 1993 or 1994.

 

War World Wish List [Typescript]

Carr-15-29

Physical Description:

Signed and annotated by Carr on 2/2/10, this document is identified as a “wish list” for stories and contributors in the original War World anthology. Only one of the stories on this list is identified as having been completed.

 

CoDominium Original Lineup [Typescript]

Carr-15-30

Physical Description:

Signed and annotated by Carr on 2/3/10, this document is identified as the original lineup of stories and contributors for what became CoDominium: Revolt on War World. The document bears some editing marks and arithmetic.

 

War World Vol. II Contributors [Typescript]

Carr-15-31

Physical Description:

A list of concrete and possible contributors to the second War World anthology. The document bears some editing marks.

 

War World: Discovery Drafts [Digital File]

Carr-15-32

Physical Description:

A set of drafts of War World: Discovery. These documents are located in the St. Bonaventure Archives’ Digital Files.

 

War World: Discovery Correspondence [Digital Files]

Carr-15-33

Physical Description:

A collection of printouts of emails concerning War World: Discovery. Copies of these and other emails are located in the St. Bonaventure Archives’ Digital Files.

 

War World: CoDominum Correspondence [Digital Files]

Carr-15-34

Physical Description:

A collection of email correspondence concerning CoDominium: Revolt on War World. These emails are located in the St. Bonaventure Archives’ Digital Files.

 

War World Bible Background Material [Typescript]

Carr-15-35

Physical Description:

A printout of background information on the War World “Bible.”

 

Camden Correspondence [Miscellaneous]

Carr-15-36

Physical Description:

A collection of correspondence regarding Carr’s late friend and colleague, Camden Benares. The file contains a number of emails between Carr and other individuals regarding Benares, as well as letters written to Benares and letters written by Benares. The material covers a wide range of dates.

 

Clown Cycle Notes [Miscellaneous]

Carr-15-37

Physical Description:

The contents of a file folder labeled “Clown Cycle folder.” The material is signed and annotated by Carr, who identifies the material as Benares’ original notes for the Crying Clown Cycle. The file contains a legal pad which contains Benares’ notes, as well as miscellaneous typescripts and plot summaries related to the Crying Clown Cycle.

 

Dream Lover [Typescript]

120 leaves

Carr-15-38

Physical Description:

A copy of “Dream Lover,” an original screenplay written by Camden Benares.

 

Gone Missing [Typescript]

15 leaves

Carr-15-39

Physical Description:

A plot synopsis of a screenplay by Camden Benares titled “Gone Missing.”

 

Dream Lover Novel [Typescript]

48 leaves

Carr-15-40

Physical Description:

The first four chapters of a novel titled Dream Lover, by Camden Benares. In the document’s header, Benares identifies this novel as being based upon his original screenplay of the same name. The manuscript is dated 1991.

 

Candle and Censer [Typescript]

12 leaves

Carr-15-41

Physical Description:

A short work titled “Candle and Censer,” by Camden Benares. This piece was sent to Carr by Paul Waddell in California. The document includes a printout of an emailed note to Carr from Waddell.

 

The Good Fellow Who Found Happiness [Typescript]

35 leaves

Carr-15-42

Physical Description:

The beginning of an original novel by Camden Benares titled “The Good Fellow Who Found Happiness.” The document includes the first three completed chapters, in addition to plot summaries of the remaining ten chapters. The document is dated 1992.

 

Camden Photos [photographs]

30 photos

Carr-15-43

Physical Description:

The contents of a file labeled “SFM letters ’98.” The file contains about 30 photographs of Camden Benares at various ages. Some of the photographs include Carr. All of the images have been scanned and can also be found in the Archives’ digital collections.

 

Three Wishes [Typescript]

30 leaves

Carr-15-44

Physical Description:

An original story by Camden Benares. The document includes the first completed chapter and plot summaries for the remaining chapters. Two letters written by Benares to a publisher are included with the document as well. The document is dated 1991.

 

Mojo Magazine, Sept. 2007 [magazine]

Carr-15-45

Physical Description:

A copy of the September 2007 issue of Mojo Magazine, which contains a Rolling Stones anniversary special.

 

SFM Letters [Miscellaneous]

Carr-15-46

Physical Description:

The contents of a file labeled “SFM Letters.” The file contains letters written to Carr by readers of Sticky Fingers. The approximate date range of the letters is 1998-1999.

 

Video Rewind [Miscellaneous]

Carr-15-47

Physical Description:

The contents of a file folder labeled “Video Rewind.” The file contains letters written to Carr by readers of Sticky Fingers. The approximate date range of the letters is 1996-1997.

 

Sticky Fingers [Miscellaneous]

Carr-15-48

Physical Description:

The contents of a file folder labeled “Sticky Fingers.” The file contains letters written to Carr by readers of Sticky Fingers. Some of these letters concern Carr’s decision to end to publication of the magazine. The approximate date range of the letters is 1996-2001.

 

SFWA 2003 Directory [Typescript]

Carr-15-49

Physical Description:

A copy of the 2003 member list of the Science Fiction Writers of America.

 

Misc. Correspondence [Miscellaneous]

Carr-15-50

Physical Description:

A collection of miscellaneous emails and letters to and from Carr. The material covers a wide date range and a wide range of subjects.

 

John F. Carr 1981 Résumé [Typescript]

Carr-15-51

Physical Description:

A copy of Carr’s résumé from approximately 1981. The document is initialed by Carr with the note “Old résumé appx 1981.”

 

Doing it All [Typescript]

Carr-15-52

Physical Description:

A pair of drafts of an article written by Carr titled “Doing it All” for the Science Fiction Writers of America Bulletin. One draft is initialed by Carr, dated 12/7/2010, and noted as being the first draft of the article. The second draft is initialed by Carr and noted as being for the SFWA Bulletin.

 

Kalvan Geography [Miscellaneous]

Carr-15-53

Physical Description:

A typed document describing the geography of the paratime world in which H. Beam Piper’s Lord Kalvan lives. The document is accompanied by a series of maps of the eastern United States, which have been altered to reflect the boundaries of the nations in Kalvan’s world. The documents bear fire damage and brittle edges caused by Carr’s California office fire.

 

Gunpowder God: Styphon’s House [Typescript]

Carr-15-54

Physical Description:

The contents of a folder labeled “Styphon’s House.” The file contains a typed document describing details about Styphon’s House, an enemy of Lord Kalvan. The heading on the document indicates that these notes were part of the original iteration of Carr’s Gunpowder God. The document bears fire damage and brittle edges due to Carr’s California office fire.

 

Correspondence: Richard Oakley [Miscellaneous]

Carr-15-55

Physical Description:

The contents of a folder labeled “Continuity—Richard Oakley.” The file contains correspondence between Carr and Oakley regarding the continuity of Carr’s Lord Kalvan novels.

 

Correspondence: Agent [Typescript]

Carr-15-56

Physical Description:

The contents of a folder labeled “Agent.” The folder contains a series of printed emails from 2006 between Carr and a potential literary agent. The correspondence discusses the state of the science fiction market in publishing, in addition to Carr’s current literary projects.

 

Correspondence: Ellisa Mitchell [Miscellaneous]

Carr-15-57

Physical Description:

A collection of letters, emails, art prints, and photocopies sent to Carr by his friend, Ellisa Mitchell.

 

Correspondence: Stephen Shervais [Miscellaneous]

Carr-15-58

Physical Description:

A collection of letters sent to Carr by his friend, Stephen Shervais. The letters mainly discuss the War World anthologies, and they are dated in the early 1990s.

 

Correspondence: Camden Benares [Miscellaneous]

Carr-15-59

Physical Description:

A collection of photocopied letters written by Camden Benares to various individuals.

 

Correspondence: Empire of Man Game [Typescript]

Carr-15-60

Physical Description:

A collection of emails between Carr and a company interested in creating a role-playing game based upon the CoDominium universe. The emails are dated July 2004.

 

Correspondence: Baen Book [Typescript]

Carr-15-61

Physical Description:

The contents of a file labeled “Baen Book.” The file contains a collection of emails between Carr and Jim Minz, an employee at Baen Books. The emails discuss Carr’s latest projects, in addition to an update on Carr’s life. The emails are dated May 2008.

 

Miscellaneous Correspondence [Miscelleaneous]

Carr-15-62

Physical Description:

A collection of letters between Carr and various individuals, discussing various projects, including but not limited to Time Crime and the Lord Kalvan novels. The letters cover a wide range of dates.

 

Intro to War World [Typescript]

Carr-16-01

Physical Description:

A typed document describing the history of the War World novels and universe. Carr initialed the document on 05/14/2011 with the annotation “1st draft for new Pequod Press website.”

 

Future History Notes [Typescript]

Carr-16-02

Physical Description:

A set of notes printed from chronology.org on 11/25/2006, which provide details about the War World novels and the best order in which to read the stories.

 

War World Character Roster [Typescript]

Carr-16-03

Physical Description:

A printout of a spreadsheet titled “War World Character Roster, Vols. 1-3: Chronological Sort.” The list is dated 07/05/1993, and it includes the character’s name, political affiliation, the title of the story that character appears in, and the author of that story.

 

War World: Early Years [Miscellaneous]

Carr-16-04

Physical Description:

The contents of a file labeled “War World: Early Years.” The file contains emails and correspondence related to the War World novels. The letters and emails were written during 2009 and 2010, and they cover a wide variety of topics related to the War World stories.

 

War World: Churchill [Typescript]

Carr-16-05

Physical Description:

A short, typed document outlining the characteristics of a planet named Churchill, which exists in the War World stories.

 

The Shimmerstone Scam [Typescript]

Carr-16-06

Physical Description:

A typed partial copy of the short story, “The Shimmerstone Scam,” by John F. Carr, which appeared in War World: Discovery.

 

E.R. Stewart: Short Stories for War World [Typescript]

Carr-16-07

Physical Description:

A pair of unpublished short stories, “Irregular Activities” and “Enough Rope,” written by E.R. Stewart for the War World novels.

 

To Win the Peace: Frank Gasperik [Typescript]

Carr-16-08

Physical Description:

An unfinished short story by Frank Gasperik titled “To Win the Peace.” In a initialed note attached to the document, Carr writes, “Lost Gasperik unfinished story for digitized War World. Sent file to Leslie Fish for finish.”

 

War World: Discovery Chronology [Miscellaneous]

Carr-16-09

Physical Description:

A collection of typed notes and correspondence discussing the chronology of War World: Discovery.

 

War World: Discovery Proofs [Typescript]

Carr-16-10

Physical Description:

A set of page proofs for War World: Discovery. The proofs are printed with four page images on every sheet of 8 ½” x 11” paper.

 

War World: Discovery – D. Frank Galleys [Typescript]

Carr-16-11

Physical Description:

A set of galleys for War World: Discovery. In an initialed note dated 07/21/2010, Carr writes, “Dennis Frank’s corrected galleys for WW: Discovery.

 

War World: Discovery – Oakley Galley Corrections [Typescript]

Carr-16-12

Physical Description:

A set of printed emails sent to Carr by Richard Oakley, listing Oakley’s corrections to the galleys of War World: Discovery. The emails are dated June and July 2010.

 

War World: Discovery Sample Galleys [Typescript]

Carr-16-13

Physical Description:

A sample set of 30 pages from the galleys for War World: Discovery.

 

War World: Discovery Master Manuscript [Typescript]

Carr-16-14

Physical Description:

A typed copy of the novel War World: Discovery. In an initialed noted dated 07/23/2010, Carr writes, “Master corrected final MS for WW: Discovery.”

 

War World: Discovery Third Galley Proofs [Typescript]

Carr-16-15

Physical Description:

A set of galley proofs of the novel War World: Discovery. In an initialed noted dated 08/09/2011, Carr writes, “3rd corrected galley proofs. Rec. on 8/9/2010. Found 6 uncorrected errors. Back to typesetter on 8/9/2010.”

 

War World: Discovery Galley Proofs [Typescript]

Carr-16-16

Physical Description:

A set of galley proofs of the novel War World: Discovery, sent to Carr after corrections by his friend, Don. Included is a letter to Carr. In an initialed note dated 8/9/2010, Carr writes, “Arrived 8/2 after corrected galleys sent off (7/31) to typeset. Emailed 4 major corrections… pgs 13/16/34/35.”

 

CoDominium Chronology [Typescript]

Carr-16-17

Physical Description:

A chronology of the CoDominium/Empire of Man Universe printed from fortunecity.com on 11/22/2009.

 

War World Bible Excerpts [Typescript]

Carr-16-18

Physical Description:

A set of excerpts of typed notes containing information about the War World Bible. The notes include information about the militaries, planets, and societies found within the CoDominium Universe.

 

War World CoDominium Author’s Guide Excerpts [Miscellaneous]

Carr-16-19

Physical Description:

A set of typed notes pertaining to the War World Author’s Guide. The notes contain information about the characters, climates, and history of the planets in the CoDominium universe.

 

Fuzzy Ergo Sum Proofs [Typescript]

Carr-16-20

Physical Description:

A set of galley proofs of the novel Fuzzy Ergo Sum, written by Wolfgang Diehr and published by Pequod Press. The proofs have multiple pages marked with adhesive flags, and bear multiple corrections in red and black ink.

 

Fuzzy Ergo Sum Manuscript [Typescript]

Carr-16-21

Physical Description:

A typed manuscript of the novel Fuzzy Ergo Sum, written by Wolfgang Diehr and published by Pequod Press. The manuscript has multiple pages marked with adhesive flags, and bears multiple corrections in red ink.

 

Federation Author’s Bible [Typescript]

Carr-17-01

Physical Description:

A typed document titled “Planets in H. Beam Piper’s Federation and Empire.” The document lists planets that are mentioned in Piper’s Space Viking, including page references where each planet is mentioned in the novel.

 

Last Space Viking: Working Notes [hand-written notecards]

Carr-17-02

Physical Description:

A set of 4x6” notecards containing relevant to Carr’s novel, Last Space Viking. The notes mostly contain information about ancient Persian gods and cities.

 

Last Space Viking: Notes [miscellaneous]

Carr-17-03

Physical Description:

A collection of notes, images, and correspondence related to Last Space Viking. The images are maps of continents referenced in the story. The file also contains several typed copies of the novel’s dramatis personae, several of which bear handwritten notes in black ink. Finally, the file also contains printed email correspondence discussing the continuity of Last Space Viking.

 

Last Space Viking: Decker Copyedit [typescript]

Carr-17-04

Physical Description:

A copy of the Last Space Viking manuscript. In an initialed note dated 3/29/2011 in black ink, Carr writes, “Copy-edited MS from Dwight Decker. Received on 12/30/2010. Blue marks by Dwight: black marks by JFC.” The cover of the manuscript also bears notes written in blue ink by Decker. Throughout the manuscript there are many notes written in blue ink by Decker, which were followed up in black in by Carr.

 

Last Space Viking: Victoria MS [typescript]

Carr-17-05

Physical Description:

A copy of the Last Space Viking manuscript. In an initialed note dated 4/8/2011, Carr writes, “Corrected final MS (?) by Victoria Carr 3/12/2011. Red corrections are Victoria’s, black are JFC.” The manuscript contains multiple corrections written in red ink by Victoria Carr, in addition to several written in black ink by John Carr.

 

Space Viking: Frank Galleys [typescript]

Carr-17-06

Physical Description:

A copy of the Last Space Viking galleys, accompanied by a set of typewritten notes. The notes are labeled “Corrections to Space Viking 2nd Galleys.” In an initialed noted dated 5/19/2011 on the front of the manuscript, Carr writes, “ Space Viking corrections in red/black JFC based on D. Frank’s notes and my own reading.”

Time Crime: Landau Continuity Edit [typescript]

Carr-17-07

Physical Description:

A typed document containing notes and corrections by Jim Landau for Carr’s Time Crime. The document bears handwritten notes and annotations written in red and black ink.

 

Time Crime: Sample Galleys [typescript]

Carr-17-08

Physical Description:

A set of sample galleys for Carr’s Time Crime. The samples are dated 9/21/2010 by Carr.

 

Time Crime: Dust Jacket Text [typescript]

Carr-17-09

Physical Description:

A short, typed document containing the text that appears in the dust jacket of Carr’s Time Crime.

 

Time Crime: Editing Correspondence [typescript]

Carr-17-10

Physical Description:

A collection of emails sent to Carr by various friends regarding the editing of Carr’s Time Crime. The emails are annotated in red and black pen.

 

Time Crime: Master MS [typescript]

Carr-17-11

Physical Description:

A copy of the manuscript of Carr’s Time Crime. In an initialed note dated 9/4/2010, Carr identifies the manuscript as a master copy that was corrected by Victoria Carr in black ink.

 

Time Crime: Corrected Galleys [typescript]

Carr-17-12

Physical Description:

A copy of the galleys for Carr’s Time Crime. In an initialed note, Carr writes, “The corrections used to correct the galleys version #1.” The corrections to the galleys are written in red and black ink.

 

Time Crime: Decker MS [typescript]

Carr-17-13

Physical Description:

A copy of the manuscript of Carr’s Time Crime. A note written in Carr’s hand reads, “Dwight Decker’s corrected MS.” Corrections to the manuscript are written in blue ink.

 

Time Crime: Victoria Copyedit [typescript]

Carr-17-14

Physical Description:

A copy of the galleys for Carr’s Time Crime. In an initialed note dated 10/21/2010, Carr writes. “Victoria’s copyedited version. All red marks are hers. Black—JFC.”

 

Jim Landau Collection Notes [typescript]

39 leaves

Carr-17-15

Physical Description:

A printout of the John F. Carr Collection list, which has been electronically annotated by Jim Landau, a longtime correspondent of John Carr, as well as a fiction writer and a longtime fan of and contributor to the H. Beam Piper world. The annotations, which are all marked with “***”, provide additional insight into the activities of the fans of H. Beam Piper. Some of these annotations have been incorporated into the main collection list.

Time Crime Press Release [typescript]

3 leaves

Carr-17-16

Physical Description:

Three copies of a press release sent to Steven Lewis by Pequod Press regarding the publication of H. Beam Piper and John Carr’s Time Crime.

 

Space Viking’s Throne Draft [typescript]

Carr-17-17

Physical Description:

A corrected draft of John F. Carr’s Space Viking’s Throne. In a note dated 2/3/2012, Carr writes, “This is the corrected second half of the novel formerly known as The Last Space Viking, which was cut on page 276. The working title for the second half is Space Viking’s Throne. All blue corrections by Dwight Decker. Additional blue check marks by JFC. This MS makes up the rough draft and now starts on p. 72 of the revised manuscript, as of 1/8/2012. (I sent Victoria’s marked up version to Alan Gutierrez so he could read it for the cover art.)”

 

SFM Testimonials [miscellaneous]

Carr-17-18

Physical Description:

A collection of letters written to Carr by readers of Sticky Fingers Magazine. Some of the letters are handwritten; others are typed or printed out emails. The letters range in date from 2000 to 2001.

 

Carnifex Mardi Gras Misc. [typescript]

Carr-17-19

Physical Description:

Miscellaneous typed material related to Carr’s Carnifex Mardi Gras. Included is a draft of an advertisement for the novel and a printout of a review of the novel.

 

War World Misc. [typescript]

Carr-17-20

Physical Description:

Miscellaneous material associated with the War World anthologies. Included are several drafts of a press release regarding the publication of War World: Takeover, miscellaneous correspondence, and a list of stories included in War World: Discovery.

 

Rainbow Run Proposal [typescript]

101 leaves

Carr-17-21

Physical Description:

A proposal for a novel titled Rainbow Run, by John F. Carr and Camden Benares. In a note dated 5/17/2012, Carr writes, “Proposal. Early version of Rainbow Run. Probably early 80s. Draft by John F. Carr. Corrections JFC.” The document is slightly discolored due to smoke damage from Carr’s office fire.

 

Siege of Tarr-Hostigos 2nd Edition Corrected [typescript]

88 leaves

Carr-17-22

Physical Description:

A partial printed copy of Carr’s Siege of Tarr-Hostigos. In a note dated 1/29/2012, Carr writes, “Partial printout of revised Siege of Tarr-Hostigos for the 2nd edition…”

 

Siege of Tarr-Hostigos: 1st Edition Reference Copy [monograph]

468 pages

Carr-18-01

Physical Description:

A hardcover, 1st edition copy of Carr’s Siege of Tarr-Hostigos. In a signed note dated 1/30/2012, Carr writes, “This copy of Siege of Tarr-Hostigos was my reference copy. All noted errors & typos were included as well as those noted by readers.” The volume’s text bears editing marks in black ink. Many of the edited pages are marked with blue or green flags. Several documents were found stored in the volume, folded in half. These documents included correspondence between Carr and his editing team, as well as a printed checklist of corrections to be made to the text.

Note: The book is shelved with other novels in the Carr Collection. The documents found in the book are filed in Carr-18-01.

 

Siege of Tarr-Hostigos: Sample Typesetting and Dust Jacket Text [typescript]

Carr-18-02

Physical Description:

A sample set of pages illustrating the typesetting for Siege of Tarr-Hostigos. Included is a copy of the text to be used in the dust jacket of the novel, with corrections.

 

Siege of Tarr-Hostigos: Corrections [typescript]

Carr-18-03

Physical Description:

Three lists of corrections to be made on Siege of Tarr-Hostigos. One list is noted as being from Jim Landau. Each list bears check marks written in ink next to each item.

 

Landau “Siege” [typescript]

Carr-18-04

Physical Description:

A letter written to John Carr by Jim Landau, discussing concerns and corrections to Siege of Tarr-Hostigos. The letter was stored in a file folder labeled “Landau ‘Siege’”.

 

Great Kings’ War Inventory Record [carbon copy paper]

Carr-18-05

Physical Description:

An inventory record dated 6/21/2006 regarding a hardcover edition of Great Kings’ War. The record is written on a set of carbon copies, of which the top and bottom copies remain.

 

Great Kings’ War II Continuity [typescript]

Carr-18-06

Physical Description:

The contents of a file folder labeled “Great Kings’ War II Continuity.” It contains correspondence from Jim Landau regarding corrections to one of Carr’s novels, presumably Great Kings’ War.

 

Kalvan Kingmaker Master Plotline [typescript]

Carr-18-07

Physical Description:

A typed document dated 10/5/2000 and titled “Master Plotline.” The document details Carr’s plans for the rewrite of Kalvan Kingmaker.

 

Kalvan Correspondence [typescript]

Carr-18-08

Physical Description:

A variety of typed letters and printed emails written to Carr by various individuals regarding the Lord Kalvan novels. The correspondence ranges in date from 2001 to 2011.

 

Kalvan/Paratime Notes [typescript]

Carr-18-09

Physical Description:

A large typed document containing notes pertaining to Lord Kalvan and the Paratime Universe. The document includes notes about characters as well as technology used in the universe.

 

The Political Geography of Grefftscharr [typescript]

Carr-18-10

Physical Description:

A typed document titled “The Political Geography of Grefftscharr.” The document provides background information about Nythros, a city state, and Greffa, a kingdom, in the world of Lord Kalvan.

 

Upper Kingdoms Geography [typescript]

Carr-18-11

Physical Description:

A typed document listing the names of Kingdom States and geographical features of the Upper Kingdoms in Lord Kalvan’s world. Included is a map of the Upper Kingdoms, which covers the Great Lakes Region and part of Canada.

 

Correspondence: Alan Gutierrez [typescript]

Carr-18-12

Physical Description:

A collection of correspondence between Carr and his cover artist, Alan Gutierrez. The letters range in date from 2006-2012, and include several printouts of the covers Gutierrez was working on at the time.

 

Gunpowder God: Galley Corrections [typescript]

Carr-18-13

Physical Description:

A typed list of corrections to one of Carr’s novels. In a signed note, Carr notes that the corrections are for the galleys of Gunpowder God, and that they were suggested by Larry Hopkins.

 

Gunpowder God: 2nd Galley Overruns [typescript]

Carr-18-14

Physical Description:

A partial set of galleys for Carr’s novel Gunpowder God. In a signed note dated 12/13/2011, Carr writes, “Overruns from 2nd galleys after font change.”

 

Gunpowder God: Galley Corrections #4 [typescript]

Carr-18-15

Physical Description:

A partial set of galleys for Gunpowder God, beginning on page 42. In a signed note dated 12/29/2011, Carr writes, “Corrections to Galley #4. All marks by JFC.”

 

Gunpowder God: Galley Corrections #3 [typescript]

Carr-18-16

Physical Description:

A partial set of galleys for Gunpowder God. In a signed note dated 12/23/2011, Carr writes, “Corrections to galleys version #3. All marks, black and red, by JFC. Black marks and writing refer to corrections. Red [checks] mean okay. Xs mean correction not done.”

 

Gunpowder God: Galleys #2 [typescript]

Approx. 521 leaves

Carr-18-17

Physical Description:

A set of galleys for Carr’s novel, Gunpowder God. In a signed note dated 12/12/2011, Carr writes, “Galleys #2. Master Copy. All red corrections by Victoria, blue corrections by JFC—most taken from other corrected proofs.” In a second noted dated 12/23/2011, Carr writes, “Checks mean corrections entered as marked. X means not done correctly.” The manuscript bears many editing marks in red, black, and blue ink.

 

Gunpowder God: Decker Copyedit [typescript]

Approx. 538 leaves

Carr-18-18

Physical Description:

A set of galleys for Gunpowder God. The document bears multiple editing marks in red, blue, and black ink. In a signed note dated 12/6/2011, Carr writes, “Dwight Decker’s copyedited Galleys.”

 

Gunpowder God: Victoria Copyedit [typescript]

Approx. 597 leaves

Carr-18-19

Physical Description:

A typed manuscript of Carr’s Gunpowder God. In a signed note dated 11/21/2011, Carr writes, “Copyedited final MS for Gunpowder God. Red corrections by Victoria Carr & blue by John F. Carr.”

 

Paratime Parasites [typescript]

Carr-18-20

Physical Description:

A partial copy of a story called “Paratime Parasites” by John F. Carr and Wolfgang Diehr. In a signed note dated 4/16/2012, Carr writes, “New intro partial.”

 

Correspondence: Caveat Fuzzy [typescript]

Carr-18-21

Physical Description:

A set of correspondence between Carr and Wolfgang Diehr. The correspondence includes printed emails and a printout of a particular scene in Diehr’s novel, Caveat Fuzzy. In the email, Carr and Diehr discuss reworking a particular scene in Caveat Fuzzy.

 

Science Fiction Writers of America Directories [typescript]

Carr-18-22

Physical Description:

A set of membership directories for the Science Fiction Writers of America. The directories cover the years 2006-2009.

 

The Wabash Cannonball [typescript]

Carr-18-23

Physical Description:

The contents of a file labeled “Wabash Cannonball.” The file contains an original story by Jim Landau titled The Wabash Cannonball. The story is set in Lord Kalvan’s world, and was written in fifteen parts from 1997 through 2001.

 

The Pennsylvania State Police jacket text [photocopied text]

Carr-18-24

Physical Description:

A photocopy of the dust jacket text of a book titled The Pennsylvania State Police: A History of Service to the Commonwealth, 1905 to the Present, by Lt. Colonel Philip M. Conti.

 

War World II—Intro [typescript]

Carr-19-01

Physical Description:

A collection of documents titled “War World II Introduction.” Each document bears a different number in its header: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8. Each document also varies in length from 1 to 65 leaves. Most of the documents are dated 23 October 1989, although document #4 is dated 5 December 1989. The documents have been arranged in order of the number written in their headers.

 

War World II—Conclusion [typescript]

6 leaves

Carr-19-02

Physical Description:

A document titled “Tayok’s Base,” bearing the header “WW2 Conclusion.” The document is dated 30 November 1989.

 

War World—Correspondence [typescript]

Carr-19-03

Physical Description:

A collection of letters between Stephen Shervais and John F. Carr discussing the War World anthologies. The letters were written between 1989 and 1990.

 

War World—Author’s Bible [typescript]

Carr-19-04

Physical Description:

A collection of partial typed documents relating to the War World Author’s Bible, which was used as a reference by contributors to the War World anthologies. The pages cover topics such as arts and culture, technology, military, politics, planets, chronology, and geography.

 

War World—Carr & Green [typescript]

139 leaves

Carr-19-05

Physical Description:

A photocopy of a manuscript by Roland Green and John F. Carr titled Death’s Head Rebellion, a story of War World. The document bears multiple editing marks and notes.

 

War World—Dalmas [typescript]

Carr-19-06

Physical Description:

A collection of manuscripts written by John Dalmas for the War World anthologies. The first document is a novelette titled “Maitreya and the Cyborg.” The second document is titled “Background for A Lion to the Sea.” The third document is a short story titled “The Arrival of the Dinneh.”

 

War World—Edmonson [typescript]

Carr-19-07

Physical Description:

A collection of manuscripts written by G.C. Edmonson for the War World anthologies. The first document is titled “Strong Blood.” The file also includes the first 2 pages of a story called “Trafiquant,” which is listed as a sequel to “Strong Blood.”

 

War World—Hawthorne [typescript]

98 leaves

Carr-19-08

Physical Description:

A photocopy of a manuscript written by Don Hawthorne, titled “The Face of the Enemy,” for the War World anthologies. The document bears multiple editing marks and notes.

 

War World—Hughes [typescript]

41 leaves

Carr-19-09

Physical Description:

A manuscript written by an author identified only as Hughes, titled “A Little Beastliness,” for the War World anthologies. The manuscript has a brown stain on the bottom edge of its pages.

 

War World—Jennings [typescript]

35 leaves

Carr-19-10

Physical Description:

A manuscript written by Phil Jennings, titled “A Mouthful of Eels,” written for the War World anthologies.

 

War World—LaValley [typescript]

50 leaves

Carr-19-11

Physical Description:

A manuscript written by John LaValley, titled “Some Things Survive,” written for the War World anthologies.

 

War World—Niven [photocopy]

48 leaves

Carr-19-12

Physical Description:

A photocopy of a published story by Larry Niven, titled “Brenda.” The story appears to be related to War World and CoDominium.

 

War World—Pournelle [typescript]

31 leaves

Carr-19-13

Physical Description:

A printed manuscript written by Phillip Pournelle, titled “AEgir’s Children,” for the War World anthologies.

 

War World—Stewart [typescript]

64 leaves

Carr-19-14

Physical Description:

A printed manuscript written by E. R. Stewart, titled “In Concert,” for the War World anthologies.

 

War World—Tays [typescript]

19 leaves

Carr-19-15

Physical Description:

A manuscript of a story written by Martin Tays, titled “Loved I Not Honor More,” for the War World anthologies.

 

War World—Turtledove [typescript]

Carr-19-16

Physical Description:

A collection of manuscripts written by Harry Turtledove for the War World anthologies. The first document is titled “Juchi the Accursed.” The second document is titled “Hang Together,” and it bears several editing marks. Pages of “Hang Together” were also marked with paperclips, which have since been removed to protect the document. However, the marked pages can still be identified by rust stains left by the paperclips.

 

War World—Wu [typescript]

Carr-19-17

Physical Description:

Two copies of a short story titled “Prologue to: Sons of Hawaii,” by William F. Wu. One copy of the story bears multiple rust stains caused by paperclips that had been marking certain pages.

 

War World—Misc. Notes [miscellaneous]

Carr-19-18

Physical Description:

A collection of documents and notes providing background information about the War World universe, specifically the planet Cat’s Eye and its moon, Haven. The documents include typed notes, charts, and maps.

 

APA Kalvans—1985 [typescript]

Carr-19-19

Physical Description:

A collection of letters written by members of the Amateur Press Association, an informal fan group dedicated to H. Beam Piper and his works, specifically the Paratime Universe of Lord Kalvan of Otherwhen. The letters discuss a wide variety of Piper-related topics, including analyzing the original works and discussing John Carr’s sequels. The letters in this file were all written in 1985.

 

APA Kalvans—1986 [typescript]

Carr-19-20

Physical Description:

A collection of letters written by members of the Amateur Press Association, an informal fan group dedicated to H. Beam Piper and his works, specifically the Paratime Universe of Lord Kalvan of Otherwhen. The letters discuss a wide variety of Piper-related topics, including analyzing the original works and discussing John Carr’s sequels. The letters in this file were all written in 1986.

 

APA Kalvans—1987 [typescript]

Carr-19-21

Physical Description:

A collection of letters written by members of the Amateur Press Association, an informal fan group dedicated to H. Beam Piper and his works, specifically the Paratime Universe of Lord Kalvan of Otherwhen. The letters discuss a wide variety of Piper-related topics, including analyzing the original works, discussing John Carr’s sequels, and writing original Piper-esque fanfiction of their own. The letters in this file were all written in 1987.

 

APA Kalvans—1988 [typescript]

Carr-19-22

Physical Description:

A collection of letters written by members of the Amateur Press Association, an informal fan group dedicated to H. Beam Piper and his works, specifically the Paratime Universe of Lord Kalvan of Otherwhen. The letters discuss a wide variety of Piper-related topics, including analyzing the original works, discussing John Carr’s sequels, and writing original Piper-esque fanfiction of their own. The letters in this file were all written in 1988.

 

APA Kalvans—1989 [typescript]

Carr-19-23

Physical Description:

A collection of letters written by members of the Amateur Press Association, an informal fan group dedicated to H. Beam Piper and his works, specifically the Paratime Universe of Lord Kalvan of Otherwhen. The letters discuss a wide variety of Piper-related topics, including analyzing the original works, discussing John Carr’s sequels, and writing original Piper-esque fanfiction of their own. The letters in this file were all written in 1989.

 

APA Kalvans—Misc. [typescript]

Carr-19-24

Physical Description:

A collection of letters written by members of the Amateur Press Association, an informal fan group dedicated to H. Beam Piper and his works, specifically the Paratime Universe of Lord Kalvan of Otherwhen. The letters discuss a wide variety of Piper-related topics, including analyzing the original works, discussing John Carr’s sequels, and writing original Piper-esque fanfiction of their own. The letters in this file do not have dates written on them; they could have been written between 1985 and 1989.

 

Correspondence—Lee [typescript]

Carr-19-25

Physical Description:

A collection of letters written between Jim Landau and his friend Lee, a fellow member of the APA Kalvans. The letters are dated between 1985 and 1988. [Jim Landau notes that it is Lee Burwasser, aka Lee Brainerd who is referred to.]

 

Correspondence—John F. Carr [typescript]

Carr-19-26

Physical Description:

A collection of letters between John F. Carr and various individuals, including Jim Landau, regarding Kalvan-related topics. The letters are dated between 1986 and 1989.

 

Correspondence—Misc. [typescript]

Carr-19-27

Physical Description:

A collection of letters between Jim Landau and various individuals. The letters are dated between 1985 and 1987.

 

Kalvan Notes [miscellaneous]

Carr-19-28

Physical Description:

A collection of material related to the Paratime Universe of Lord Kalvan of Otherwhen. The material includes typed notes, flyers, articles, and maps.

 

H. Beam Piper Notes [miscellaneous]

Carr-19-29

Physical Description:

A collection of material related to the life of H. Beam Piper. The material includes a typed bibliography of Piper’s works, notes on Piper’s marriage, notes on Piper’s money problems, Piper quotes, biographical information, and a photocopy of a dust jacket biography of Piper.

 

Great Kings’ War—Commentary [typescript]

Carr-19-30

Physical Description:

A typed document titled “Comments, Corrigenda, and just plain bellyaching on Great Kings’ War.” The document contains a long list of comments about John Carr’s Great Kings’ War, organized by the page number in the novel in which the comment or problem occurs. [Sent to John Carr by its author, Jim Landau. Completed by Landau, 2/3/2000.]

 

Siege at Tarr-Hostigos [typescript]

Carr-19-31

Physical Description:

A collection of documents related to Siege at Tarr-Hostigos, by John F. Carr and Roland Green. The file contains a partial manuscript of the novel, in addition of a set of typed comments by Jim Landau.

 

Siege at Tarr-Hostigos [typescript]

Carr-19-32

Physical Description:

A partial photocopy of a manuscript of Siege at Tarr-Hostigos, by John F. Carr and Roland Green. The manuscript bears multiple editing marks.

 

Fireseed Wars—Original [typescript]

Carr-19-33

Physical Description:

A typed partial manuscript of John F. Carr’s The Fireseed Wars, originally titled Queen Rylla’s Crown. Each chapter was originally separated with a paperclip, which have since been removed to preserve the document. The first page of each chapter has the word “scanned” written on it in Landau’s handwriting. According to Landau, John Carr suffered a computer hard drive crash while in the middle of writing The Fireseed Wars. In response, Landau scanned and photocopied each chapter of the manuscript that Carr had sent to him in order to send back to Carr.

 

The King’s Right Arm [typescript]

Carr-19-34

Physical Description:

A short story by Jim Landau, titled “The King’s Right Arm.” The story takes place in the Paratime Universe of Lord Kalvan of Otherwhen.

 

The World Through Rifle Sights [typescript]

Carr-19-35

Physical Description:

A partial typed copy of a story titled “The World Through Rifle Sights,” by Jim Landau. The story takes place in the Paratime Universe of Lord Kalvan of Otherwhen.

 

Articles [miscellaneous]

Carr-19-36

Physical Description:

A collection of photocopied articles about various historical topics. Presumably, these articles were used for researching the Paratime Universe in which Lord Kalvan lives.

 

Gunpowder God [typescript]

Carr-20-01

Physical Description:

A typed manuscript of John F. Carr’s novel, Gunpowder God. The manuscript is either part of an intended second sequel to Lord Kalvan of Otherwhen, by John F. Carr and Roland Green, which was never published as such, or part of the manuscript for Carr’s 2012 novel, titled Gunpowder God. Due to the fact that the manuscript was typed on an older machine, the first scenario seems more likely.

 

Gunpowder God—2007 [typescript]

Carr-20-02

Physical Description:

An early manuscript of Carr’s novel, Gunpowder God, typed before the publication of The Fireseed Wars. This manuscript is dated 2007

 

Winter [typescript]

Carr-20-03

Physical Description:

A partial manuscript of a John F. Carr novel, identified only as “Winter” on the first page.

 

Miscellaneous [miscelleaneous]

Carr-20-04

Physical Description:

A collection of miscellaneous material found with the collection. The file contains typed and handwritten notes, as well as unidentified miscellaneous correspondence and photocopies.

 

Gunpowder God: Jaru Pricing [typescript]

Carr-20-05

Physical Description:

Several different versions of advertising for Gunpowder God. The advertising contained is in black and white along with color. Also included is a basic pricing guide from Jaru Copy Services.

 

Gunpowder God: Editors Comments [typescript]

Carr-20-06

Physical Description:

Included in this folder are several different comment and editorial pages relating to Gunpowder God. These corrections include spelling, grammar, continuity and flow. Several different editors comments are contained in this folder.

 

Siege of Tarr-Hostigos: There Will be War: Armageddon [typescript]

275 leaves

Carr-20-07

Physical Description:

This document is dated between 1985 and 1988, it is the second half of the original "Gunpowder God" that was to be the sequel to Great Kings War. This became the basis for the "Siege at Tarr-Hostigos" in There Will be War: Armageddon. This was later rewritten and expanded to become, the Siege of Tarr-Hostigos.

 

Siege at Tarr-Hostigos: There Will Be War Armageddon Novella [typescript]

88 leaves

Carr-20-08

Physical Description:

The final draft of "Siege at Tarr-Hostigos" novella for There Will be War: Armageddon. This novella by Roland Green and John Carr is dated circa 1988.

 

Siege at Tarr-Hostigos: There Will be War Armageddon Published Version [Photocopy]

Carr-20-09

Physical Description:

Photocopy of a "Siege at Tarr-Hostigos". This is the version that appeared in There Will Be War: Armageddon

 

Siege of Tarr-Hostigos: Corrected [typescript]

Carr-20-10

Physical Description:

This undated document contains a random assortment of pages from the Siege of Tarr-Hostigos. Corrections have been made in both red and blue ink.

 

Siege of Tarr-Hostigos: Corley and Del Lemond Edits [typescript]

3 Leaves

Carr-20-11

Physical Description:

This folder contains emails between John Carr, copy editor Christian Corley and Del Lemond. Emails include suggested changes to elements of the story.

 

Siege of Tarr-Hostigos Artwork [typescript]

Carr-20-12

Physical Description:

This folder contains emails between John Carr, Elisa Mitchell, Cyndi Monticrief, and Merald Clarke. These emails contain information on pricing for maps to be put in Siege of Tarr-Hostigos. Also contained are discussions of other artwork to appear in the novel.

 

Siege of Tarr-Hostigos: Early Corley Copyedit [typescript]

Carr-20-13

Physical Description:

Early copyedited version of part of the Siege of Tarr-Hostigos copyedited by Christian J Corley. All of Corley's corrections appear in red.

 

Siege of Tarr-Hostigos: Early Drafts and Outtakes [typescript]

Carr-20-14

Physical Description:

This folder contains early drafts and outtakes of a Siege of Tarr-Hostigos dated between 2002 and 2003. Corrections have been made in red and blue by unknown editors.

 

Siege of Tarr-Hostigos: David Johnson 2002 Edits [typescript]

Carr-20-15

Physical Description:

The final working copy of the Siege of Tarr-Hostigos that was sent to David Johnson for comments and corrections. All notations are made by him with an approximate date of 2002.

 

Siege of Tarr-Hostigos: "Fall" [typescript]

Carr-20-16

Physical Description:

Entitled, "Fall" this is a draft of the Siege of Tarr-Hostigos with edits made by an unknown person. Some pages are missing in this draft edition.

 

Siege of Tarr-Hostigos: Edit [typescript]

Carr-20-17

Physical Description:

Another edited version of the Siege of Tarr-Hostigos with both pages missing and the editorship unknown. This starts on page 395 and ends on page 539.

 

Siege of Tarr-Hostigos: edit [typescript]

Carr-20-18

Physical Description:

Edited version of the Siege of Tarr-Hostigos beginning on page 261 and ending on 611. Pages are missing and various red editorial marks are shown with an unknown editor.

 

Siege of Tarr-Hostigos: Victoria and John Carr Copyedits [typescript]

Approx 483 leaves

Carr-20-16

Physical Description:

This is a copyedited version of the Siege of Tarr-Hostigos edited by John and Victoria Carr. Red corrections have been made while black checks mean that they have been fixed in the next draft.

 

Siege of Tarr-Hostigos: Dramatis Personae and Third Galley Corrections [typescript]

Carr-21-01

Physical Description:

Dramatis Personae for the Siege of Tarr-Hostigos and the final corrections on the third galley.

 

Siege of Tarr-Hostigos: Late Draft [typescript]

Carr-21-02

Physical Description:

This is a late draft the Siege of Tarr-Hostigos edited by Victoria Carr. All marks are done by her.

 

Siege of Tarr-Hostigos: Final Copy [typescript]

Carr-21-03

Physical Description:

This is the final copy of a Siege of Tarr-Hostigos with some pages missing. Also included is the printing contract for the novel.

 

Siege of Tarr-Hostigos: Unknown Editor [typescript]

126 leaves

Carr-21-04

Physical Description:

An edited version of the Siege of Tarr-Hostigos with an unknown editor. This version starts on page 160 and ends on page 286.

 

Siege of Tarr-Hostigos: Unedited [typescript]

Carr-21-05

Physical Description:

An unedited version of the Siege of Tarr-Hostigos starting on page 287 and ending a on page labeled 611.

 

Caveat Fuzzy: Corrected Galleys [typescript]

379 leaves

Carr-21-06

Physical Description:

Corrected galleys for Caveat Fuzzy with corrections made by both Dwight Decker and John Carr. John Carr's corrections are in blue and red while Dwight Decker's are shown in black.

 

Caveat Fuzzy: Master Galleys [typescript]

385 leaves

Carr-21-07

Physical Description:

Master Galleys of Caveat Fuzzy by Wolfgang Diehr. These are edited by both John and Victoria Carr. Victoria's corrections are done in red while John's are done in blue and black with a few in red.

 

Caveat Fuzzy: Final Manuscript [typescript]

423 leaves

Carr-21-08

Physical Description:

The final manuscript of Caveat Fuzzy by Wolfgang Diehr. Corrections are made in blue by John Carr and in red by Victoria Carr.

 

Caveat Fuzzy: Emails [typescript]

Carr-21-09

Physical Description:

Emails regarding Caveat Fuzzy including corrections to the dust jacket and comments on the galleys.

 

Space Vikings [Assorted]

Carr-22-01

Physical Description:

Early handwritten notes along with typed sections labeled under the title Space Vikings.

 

Last Space Viking: Emails [typescript]

Carr-22-02

Physical Description:

Various emails regarding the Last Space Viking including some between Dennis Frank and John Carr.

 

Last Space Viking: Corrected Final Galley [typescript]

Carr-22-03

Physical Description:

The corrected final galley of the Last Space Viking corrected by John Carr and Victoria Alexander. The black corrections are by Carr while the other red and blue ones are by Alexander. Pages are in random order and the document is rubber banded together.

 

Space Viking's Throne: Second Galley Corrections [typescript]

Carr-22-04

Physical Description:

Emails and corrections for the second galley of Space Viking's Throne.

 

Space Viking's Throne: Corrected Galleys [typescript]

306 leaves

Carr-22-05

Physical Description:

Corrected Galleys of Space Viking's Throne made by John and Victoria Carr. Red corrections are done by Victoria Carr while blue are done by John Carr.

 

Space Viking's Throne: Continuity [typescript]

Carr-22-06

Physical Description:

Space Viking's Throne Continuity emails sent from Mike Robertson to John Carr.

 

Space Viking's Throne: Evan Lancuur Comments [typescript]

328 leaves

Carr-22-07

Physical Description:

Space Viking's Throne corrected draft with comments by Evan Lancuur. Comments are made in black ink at various points in the text.

 

Space Viking's Throne: Just Testing [typescript]

Carr-22-08

Physical Description:

Space Viking's Throne assorted pages with the label "just testing". There are random included pages with black and blue marks throughout the text.

 

Space Viking's Throne: Master Copy [typescript]

326 leaves

Carr-22-09

Physical Description:

Space Viking's Throne master copy proofread by Victoria and John Carr. Red marks are by Victoria while black and blue are made by John Carr.

 

Gunpowder God: Oakley Comments [typescript]

Carr-22-10

Physical Description:

Richard Oakley's comments on Gunpowder God and suggestions for changes to make to the novel.

 

Gunpowder God : Page Corrections [typescript]

Carr-22-11

Physical Description:

Dust jacket copy and both Wolfgang Diehr's and John Carr's page numbered corrections to Gunpowder God.

 

Gunpowder God: Second Half Galley [typescript]

302 leaves

Carr-22-12

Physical Description:

The second half of a galley for Gunpowder God starting on page 258 and ending on page 538. Corrections are made in blue.

 

Fireseed Wars: Early Prologue [typescript]

8 leaves

Carr-22-13

Physical Description:

Early version of the prologue for Fireseed Wars with all corrections made by John Carr.

 

Great Kings' War: Cover and Letters [typescript]

Carr-22-14

Physical Description:

This folder contains a cover to Great Kings' War along with letters addressed to John Carr and Roland Green. Also included is some correspondence between John Carr and William Taylor.

 

War World: Takeover Emails, Agreements, Letters [typescript]

Carr-22-15

Physical Description:

Some of John's emails and letters regarding the book War World Takeover are present. Also included are agreements to reprint stories and the legal paperwork associated with it. People involved include; Susan Shwartz, John Dalmas, Larry King, William F. Wu and Al Brown.

 

War World: Takeover : Draft Advertising and Acknowledgements [typescript]

Carr-22-16

Physical Description:

Contained are two copies of the acknowledgement drafts and a draft for the book advertising. Also included are John Carr's emails about finals changes to the galley.

 

War World: Takeover Continuity [typescript]

Carr-22-17

Physical Description:

Included in this folder are emails about continuity in War World Takeover that Larry King sent to John Carr. Furthermore John Carr's edits and corrections to "Enough Rope" and "March into Poland" are included. Finally Victoria Carr's corrections to additional connecting pieces are included.

 

War World: Takeover Suggested Corrections[typescript]

Carr-22-18

Physical Description:

Included are a couple proofing suggested corrections to War World: Takeover.

 

War World: Takeover McEwain Comments and "Church of New Universal Harmony" [typescript]

Carr-22-19

Physical Description:

Included are two sets of comments by Doug McElwain regarding various errors found through the novel. Also included is a story entitled, "Church of New Universal Harmony" which was labeled cut from War World: Takeover.

 

War World Misc [typescript]

Carr-22-20

Physical Description:

An email between Richard Oakley and John Carr containing information about the War World Author's guide. Also included is John Carr's email with Ivan Abhinav regarding spacing errors found in the ePub version of a novel.

 

War World: The Battle of Sauron McElwain Comments [typescript]

Carr-22-21

Physical Description:

An email from Doug McElwain to John Carr with his comments, edits, questions and problems regarding War World: The Battle of Sauron.

 

War World: The Battle of Sauron Contract [typescript]

Carr-22-22

Physical Description:

Contract with Desktop Miracles company for War World: The Battle of Sauron.

 

War World: The Battle of Sauron Edited Version [typescript]

Carr-22-23

Physical Description:

Starting with Chapter Thirty Two this is an edited version of War World: The Battle of Sauron.

 

War World: The Battle of Sauron Revised and trimmed Second Edition [typescript]

Carr-22-24

Physical Description:

This is a revised and trimmed second edition of War World: The Battle of Sauron that has various edits with some pages missing.

 

"Rates of Exchange" [typescript]

Carr-22-25

Physical Description:

This is a cutout of pages 109-143 of a book with the title called "Rate of Exchange". This was authored by Roland J Green and John F Carr and in blue it is labeled Working draft of Part I of the Lidless Eye.

 

CoDominium: Revolt on War World [typescript]

Carr-22-26

Physical Description:

Letters that deal with the continuity and other corrections with CoDominium: Revolt on War World.

 

War World: Takeover Late Edition [typescript]

481 Leaves

Carr-23-01

Physical Description:

A very late edition of War World: Takeover. Some red corrections and comments along with black checkmarks can be seen in the document.

 

War World: Takeover Final Draft [typescript]

431 Leaves

Carr-22-02

Physical Description:

Final draft of War World: Takeover with only a few corrections made in red on the document.

 

Dirt Brothers Novella [typescript]

Carr-23-03

Physical Description:

A character list and copy of the novella "Dirt Brothers" written by John F Carr and Roland J Green.

 

A Legacy of Sex, Death and Charisma [typescript]

Carr-23-04

Physical Description:

The third version of "A Legacy of Sex, Death and Charisma" a sort story written by Camden Benares and John F Carr.

 

Discordia [Assorted]

Carr-23-05

Physical Description:

Various pages of Carr and Benares's work on Discordian philosophy. Also included is a CD entitled "Beyond Discordia" containing stories and other elements of the work on Discordia

 

Camden's Songs [Assorted]

Carr- 23-06

Physical Description:

Typed and hand written songs by Camden Benares dealing with different topics and ideas.

 

Rainbow Run: Early Version [typescript]

Carr-23-07

Physical Description:

Miscellaneous pages of Rainbow Run with both blue and black edit marks shown. These pages are in very rough form as shown by the numerous corrections present on many pages.

 

Rainbow Run: Galley [typescript]

Carr-23-08

Physical Description:

A galley of Rainbow Run by John F. Carr and Camden Benares with corrections in blue and red made by Victoria Carr while the black ones are made by John Carr.

 

Rainbow Run : First Draft Dust Jacket [typescript]

Carr-23-09

Physical Description:

The first draft of the text to appear on the dust jacket of Rainbow Run.

 

Rainbow Run: Edits and Comments [typescript]

Carr-23-10

Physical Description:

A list of edits for continuity and comments made on Rainbow Run and sent by email on September 7th 2012.

 

Rainbow Run: Dennis Frank Comments [typescript]

Carr-23-11

Physical Description:

Further comments made on Rainbow Run with pages from the story printed out and marked up for correction. Corrections are made in blue by Dennis Frank.

 

Rainbow Run: Copyedited Manuscript [typescript]

Approx 226 Leaves

Carr-23-12

Physical Description:

This is the copyedited manuscript of Rainbow Run by John F Carr and Camden Benares. Corrections can be seen in red and  blue. The red marks are Victoria Carr's edits while the blue belong to John Carr.

 

Terminal Affairs: Camden Benares [typescript]

Carr-23-13

Physical Description:

A corrected version of "Terminal Affairs" which was submitted and accepted by Wings Magazine. Enclosed is the note of payment along with the submitted story. 

 

 The Worshippers of Arabella: Camden Benares [typescript]

Carr-23-14

Physical Description:

Included is the original copy of the Worshippers of Arabella submitted to Maxim Jakubowski for publication in a British anthology along with letters about correcting the story to make it fit for publication. Also included is a version sent to Fantasy Book which was rejected.

 

A Zen Story: Camden Benares [typescript]

One leaf

Carr-23-15

Physical Description:

A single page Zen Story written by Camden Benares with a latter to the editor on the back of the sheet.

 

Candle and Censor: Camden Benares [photocopy]

6 leaves

Carr-23-16

Physical Description:

A photocopy of the short story Candle and Censor written by Camden Benares.

 

Terrohuman Future History Chronology [typescript]

Carr-23-17

Physical Description:

This is a chronology of H Beam Piper's Terrohuman Future History with sources from books noted. This is Michael McGuirk's early chronology of H. Beam Piper's Universe.

 

H. Beam Piper: The Last Cavalier Website Related [typescript]

Carr-23-18

Physical Description:

This folder contains material to be placed on the H. Beam Piper website along with some edited parts of the novel edited by Victoria Carr.

 

H. Beam Piper: The Last Cavalier: McFarland Contracts, Guides and Emails [typescript]

Carr-23-19

Physical Description:

Emails and contracts with McFarland Books regarding publication of H. Beam Piper: The Last Cavalier. Emails included in this folder deal with the book and McFarland policies and guidelines for authors.

 

The Complete Paratime [typescript]

Carr-23-20

Physical Description:

A glowing review of The Complete Paratime 2001 by Norm Hartman.

 

Kalvan Emails [typescript]

Carr-23-21

Physical Description:

Emails from John Anderson regarding the Kalvan universe giving possible ideas for storyline and plots of future books.

 

A List of Planets in H Beam Piper's Federation and Empire [typescript]

Carr-23-22

Physical Description:

This document is an early draft of William Talyor's, "A List of Planets in H Beam Piper's Federation and Empire." It contains information on planets in Piper's universe and citations of where they are found in text.

 

Fred Patten Emails [typescript]

Carr-23-23

Physical Description:

Several emails between John Carr and Fred Patten discussing books and copyright issues and what happened with the Piper literary estate and rights.

 

Publishing Industry: Ebooks, Royalties and other Concerns [typescript]

Carr-23-24

Physical Description:

This folder contains John Carr's correspondence on issue he faces in the publishing industry. Royalty contracts are included along with his discussion and changing opinions on the viability of Ebooks and literary agents.

 

Websites [typescript]

Carr-23-25

Physical Description:

Emails dealing with problems and changes needed to be made to the H. Beam Piper Website and news bulletins sent out advertising books.

 

War World Universe Emails [typescript]

Carr-23-26

Physical Description:

Assorted emails dealing with everything from the War World website to CoDominium continuity, and contracts for other author submissions to the War World Anthology.

 

Space Viking Emails [typescript]

Carr-23-27

Physical Description:

A set of Emails regarding the Space Vikings series and a discussion of the universe created by Piper.

 

Time Crime Emails [typescript]

Carr-23-28

Physical Description:

These are a set of emails and payments to produce the book Time Crime. Included is an email from Dennis Frank suggesting changes to the manuscript.

 

Cosmic Computer II Emails [typescript]

Carr-23-29

Physical Description:

A set of emails to and from John Carr answering questions and concerns of an author named Dietmar about copyright, expansions, and distribution of a sequel to Cosmic Computer.

 

Wolfgang Diehr's Paratime Emails [typescript]

Carr-23-30

Physical Description:

A set of emails between Wolfgang Diehr and John Carr with suggestions on improving Diehr's Paratime along with general guidance.

 

A Legacy of Sex, Death, and Charisma Emails [typescript]

Carr-23-31

Physical Description:

Emails regarding the book, A Legacy of Sex, Death, and Charisma and possible publication of other Camden Benares material in the future.

 

"Jihad" [typescript]

Carr-23-32

Physical Description:

James Landon's story with a note saying it was typed into "Jihad". This may be a part of the upcoming book War World: Jihad.

 

Special Muster [typescript]

Carr-23-33

Physical Description:

This folder contains various emails about a Special Muster that took place in 2009 to replace Piper's tombstone with an improved one.

 

Bookfest PA 2010 [typescript]

Carr-23-34

Physical Description:

This folder contains emails about the Bookfest PA 2010 in which John Carr was a featured author.

 

Science Fiction Writers Association Bulletin Emails [typescript]

Carr-23-35

Physical Description:

This folder contains three emails about the ending of the print version of the SFWA forum and some discussions of the changes occurring in general publishing. The folder contains three emails with the first dated 8-19-2008 and the last two dated 10-23-2010 and 10-24-2010.

 

Emails Regarding Books [typescript]

Carr-23-36

Physical Description:

Included here are various emails dealing with ideas about H. Beam Piper's Paratime and continuing the legacy. Also featured are discussions about Kalvan in various books.

 

Fuzzy Legality Emails [typescript]

Carr-23-37

Physical Description:

Email correspondence that discusses Penguin's copyright over Fuzzy Sapiens and Golden Dream. Roland Green's career and legacy are also discussed in these sets of emails. The emails are dated between 3-31-2011 and 6-23-2011.

 

General Correspondence [Assorted]

Carr-23-38

Physical Description:

Letters, Emails, Christmas cards, and hand written notes that were sent to John Carr. Many items are thanks for sending a copy of a book or holiday well wishes.

 

Book Advertising [typescript]

Carr-23-39

Physical Description:

Illustrated ads for hardcover copies of some of John Carr's Books. Included are Space Viking's Throne, Gunpowder God, The Last Space Viking, Fireseed Wars, War World: Discovery, Fuzzy Ergo Sum, Caveat Fuzzy, Time Crime, The Fireseed Wars and Rainbow Run.

 

Taylor Correspondence [typescript]

Carr-23-40

Physical Description:

Letters between the years of 1987 and 1988 between William Taylor and John F. Carr. These letters discuss H. Beam Piper's Universe and possible submissions for the Imperial Stars Anthology.

 

Fuzzy Ergo Sum 2nd Edition [typescript]

Carr-23-41

Physical Description:

Lists of corrections and edits made after the legal problems with Penguin books over copyright. Manuscripts, advertising, and edits can be seen in various stages. Red marks are present on the manuscript, the manuscript itself is incomplete with assorted pages to be changed for the 2nd Edition.

There is no Carr-23-42

Iron Cross Soldier Letter [typescript+ envelope]

Carr-23-43

Two Leaves + Envelope

Physical Description:

A letter from John Silversack to John F. Carr giving his critiques of Iron Cross Soldier. Also contained is an email from John Carr to Dennis Frank discussing the alternate history story.

 

Zen without Zen Masters (Camden Benares) Contracts [typescript]

Carr-23-44

Physical Description:

A contract between Camden Benares and And/Or Press to publish Zen Without Zen Masters. This folder also contains contracts to publish the book in multiple languages including Dutch and finally a statement of debits and credits regarding the book.

 

Anthology Emails [typescript]

Carr-23-45

Physical Description:

Emails between John F. Carr and Jerry Pournelle and Elenor Spectrum discussing republishing various anthologies  in e-book formats including Imperial Stars, Endless Frontiers, and There Will be War. These emails date between 3-26-2008 and 4-2-2008.

 

Imperial Stars Volume I [Typescript]

Carr-23-46

Physical Description:

Original contracts between J.E. Pournelle and Associates and authors who had work appear in Imperial Stars Volume one. Also contained are several letters dealing with contract issues and contacting literary agents for permission to reprint stories.

 

Imperial Stars: Republic and Empire [Typescript]

Carr-23-47

Physical Description:

Lists of addresses, word counts and payments to authors for Imperial Stars Volume II.

 

Imperial Stars: The Crash of Empires [Assorted]

Carr-23-48

Physical Description:

Lists of addresses, word counts and payments to authors for Imperial Stars Volume III.

 

Survival of Freedom: Prometheus Award [Typescript + Magazine]

Carr-23-49

Physical Description:

An email from Mike Gross congratulating John Carr on winning the Prometheus award for Best Classic Fiction. This also includes an email of Pournelle's speak and a copy of Science Fiction Chronicle Issue 216 September 2001.

 

There Will Be War: Letters [Assorted]

Carr-24-01

Physical Description:

Various letters mainly dealing with submissions for the planned There Will be War: On Alternate Worlds. Most are typed letters from authors submitting works to John Carr. Also included is a handwritten letter addressed to Jerry Pournelle. The letter deals with tactics in War and with changes in the world since the collapse of Communism.

 

There Will be War X: A Defense of the Social Contracts [Photocopy]

Carr-24-02

5 leaves

Physical Description:

This is Martha Soukup's article; A Defense of the Social Contracts published in Science Fiction Age September 1993 that was a possible inclusion in There will be War (TWBW) X.

 

There Will be War X: Donnelly Letter [Letter + envelope]

Carr-24-03

1 leaf + envelope

Physical Description:

A letter addressed to John Carr from J.W. Donnelly regarding submission of a poem entitled "Paratime Blues" for TWBW X.

 

There Will be War X: InfoWorld Column Jerry Pournelle [typescript]

Carr-24-04

3 leaves

Physical Description:

This is Jerry Pournelle's column in InfoWorld published, August 12, 1991 and was a possible inclusion in There will be War (TWBW) X.

 

There Will be War X: Pournelle Columns [typescript]

Carr-24-05

Physical Description:

These are two columns published by Jerry Pournelle to be possible inclusions in There will be War (TWBW) X. One is an May, 14th 1990 BYTE publication and the other is a March 10th, 1990 article called "Another Step Farther Out" for the annual report on the state of the sciences.

 

There Will be War X: Antiseptic Wars [typescript]

Carr-24-06

2 leaves

Physical Description:

Lenora Lee Good's letter to John F. Carr and copy of the poem, "Antiseptic Wars" for publication in TWBW X.

 

There Will be War X: Silent Night [Photocopy]

Carr-24-07

Physical Description:

A photocopy of Ben Bova's "Silent Night" which appeared in the Dec 1987 issue of Isaac Asimov's magazine. This was a possible inclusion in TWBW X.

 

There Will be War X: "Death or Glory" [typescript]

Carr-24-08

Physical Description:

W.T. Quick's writing, "Death or Glory" that appeared in 1984 Analog and was a possible inclusion in TWBW X.

 

There Will be War X: Collected Articles [typescript]

Carr-24-09

Physical Description:

Assorted news and journal articles talking about Communism, the changing world and South Africa.

 

There Will be War X: "Psi Rec Poetry" [typescript]

Carr-24-10

Physical Description:

Collections of Peter Dillingham's Psi Rec Poetry that is a nearly complete collection. In his letter to John Carr he says this includes 99% of his Psi Rec Poetry. Some of this material was meant to be included in TWBW X.

 

There Will be War X: I to I [typescript]

27 leaves

Carr-24-11

Physical Description:

Martin Tays's story "I to I" that was yet unpublished. Tays's offers first serial rights of his manuscript to Pournelle and Associates. Some form of this was likely to appear in TWBW X.

 

There Will be War X: The Man I'll Never Be [letter + photocopy]

Carr-24-12

Physical Description:

This is Doug Beason's story "The Man I'll Never Be" it appeared in May 1987 in Amazing Stories and was a possible inclusion in TWBW X.

 

There Will be War Submission: I Tell you It's True [photocopy]

Carr-24-13

Physical Description:

A photocopy of Poul Anderson's, "I Tell you It's True" that appeared in 1972 in Nova 2.

 

There Will be War Submission: Shadow War [letter + typescript]

Carr-24-14

58 leaves

Physical Description:

A letter from Michael W. Goerss submitting his manuscript of "Shadow War" for comments and possible inclusion in a later TWBW book.

 

There Will be War Submission: City of Hearts Unshielded [letter + typescript]

Carr-24-15

Physical Description:

A letter and manuscript from Mark W. Tiedmann for the story, "City of Hearts Unshielded".

 

There Will be War Submission: Protection [photocopy]

Carr-24-16

Physical Description:

A photocopy of Maureen McHugh, " Protection". While it is a photocopy it was published in 1992 but the name of this publication is not known.

 

There Will be War Submission: The Red Light [letter +typescript]

Carr-24-17

Physical Description:

A letter and manuscript of :"The Right Light" by Randell Crump which is an unpublished manuscript.

 

There Will be War Submission: Breakfast at Twilight [photocopy]

Carr-24-18

Physical Description:

A photocopy of Phiip K. Dick's, "Breakfast at Twilight" which appeared in Amazing Stories July 1954.

 

There Will be War Submission: Military Specialization: Negative Aspects [typescript]

Carr-24-19

12 leaves

Physical Description:

A manuscript for Reginald Bretnor's, "Military Specialization: Negative Aspects." This is the original submission for TWBW.

 

There Will be War Submission: The Combatants [typescript]

Carr-24-20

29 leaves

Physical Description:

The fourth tale of the world of the zeppelins that is a continuation of the stories that appeared in TWBW V and IX. This story is unpublished.

 

There Will be War Submission: The Weakest Point [typescript + 2 letters + envelope]

Carr-24-21

42 leaves + envelope

Physical Description:

"The Weakest Point" by S. Owen Smith which was submitted to John F. Carr for review and possible inclusion in a TWBW anthology.

 

There Will be War Submission: VRM-547 [Envelope + letter+ typescript]

Carr-24-22

17 leaves + envelope

Physical Description:

A letter from W.R. Thompson along with inclusion of his story, "VRM-547" for consideration in the TWBW anthologies.

 

There Will be War Submission: March of the Men of Harlech [typescript]

Carr-24-23

Physical Description:

Author Unknown, this is a poem submission for TWBW.

 

There Will be War Submission letters [typescript]

Carr-24-24

6 leaves

Physical Description:

Six letters from various authors discussing their submissions to the TWBW anthologies. Authors included are; S. Owen Smith, Reginald Bretnor, Walter Jon Williams, and Alan Brown.

 

There Will be War Submission: Oak Leaves, Swords, and Diamonds [typescript]

Carr-24-25

30 leaves

Physical Description:

"Oak Leaves, Swords, and Diamonds" by J.P. Boyd which is third part of Boyd's series that appears in TWBW V and IX.

 

There Will be War Submission: Ready for the Fatherland [typescript]

Carr-24-26

16 leaves

Physical Description:

Harry Turtledove's submission, "Ready for the Fatherland" submitted for TWBW. This was later published in What Might Have Been? Volume 3: Alternate Wars (1991) eds. Gregory Benford and Martin H. Greenberg).

 

There Will be War Submission: Of the People [photocopy]

Carr-24-27

7 leaves

Physical Description:

Morton Klass' story, "Of the People" published in March 1951 by Astounding Science-Fiction considered for TWBW anthologies.

 

There Will be War Submission: Bright Light Big City [typescript]

Carr-24-28

19 leaves

Physical Description:

"Bright Light, Big City" by Greg Costikyan was published in the Feb 1991 of Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine. It was submitted for consideration to TWBW.

 

There Will be War Submission: Elimination Round [typescript + envelope]

Carr-24-29

35 leaves + envelope

Physical Description:

Bruce Benthke's submission of the unpublished "Elimination Round" and offer of non-exclusive Anthology rights. This was sent in 1986 specifically for TWBW XIII but could have been under consideration for other TWBW anthologies.

 

There Will be War Submission: Galactic Pothunter [typescript]

Carr-24-30

30 leaves

Physical Description:

Manuscript for "Galactic Pothunter" by Michael Armstrong sent for consideration for the TWBW anthologies.

 

There Will be War XI Submission: Helmet [photocopy]

Carr-24-31

Physical Description:

"Helmet" by Rick Wilber that was a submission to John Carr for the TWBW anthology XI. This appeared in the 1991 issue of Aboriginal.

 

There Will be War XI Submission: A Little Edge [photocopy]

Carr-24-32

Physical Description:

William E. Cochrane's "Little Edge" that was submitted for TWBW XI. This story appeared in the July 1971 issue of Analog.

 

There Will be War XI Submission: Black Sheep Astray [typescript]

Carr-24-33

Physical Description:

"Black Sheep Astray" by Mack Reynolds that was sent to John Carr for TWBW XI. This story appeared in Astounding Science Fiction in 1973 and was edited by Harry Harrison.

 

There Will be War XI Submission: Original Sin [photocopy]

Carr-24-34

Physical Description:

"Original Sin" by Vernor Vinge, it appeared in the December 1972 issue of Analog. This story was submitted for inclusion in TWBW XI.

 

There Will be War XI Submission: The Leader [typescript]

Carr-24-35

78 leaves

Physical Description:

Original typed draft of "The Leader" by John Gribbin. This work was not published elsewhere and was sent for review to John Carr for TWBW XI.

 

There Will be War XI Submission: Target of Opportunity [typescript]

Carr-24-36

31 Leaves

Physical Description:

Thomas Wylde's story, "Target of Opportunity" that originally appeared in Galaxy and was submitted for consideration for TWBW XI.

 

There Will be War XI Submission: The Last Surviving Veteran of the War of San Francisco [photocopy]

Carr-24-37

Physical Description:

"The Last Surviving Veteran of the War of San Francisco" by Robert Silverberg that was submitted for TWBW XI. This was published Omni in March 1991.

 

There Will be War XI Submission: Dry Niger [photocopy]

Carr-24-38

Physical Description:

"Dry Niger" by M. Shane Belle, published in the Aug 1990 issue of Asimov's. This was submitted for TWBW XI.

 

There Will be War XI Submission: King of the Cyber Rifles [typescript]

Carr-24-39

27 leaves

Physical Description:

George Alec Effinger's manuscript of "King of the Cyber Rifles", it was published in Aismov's in December 1987.

 

There Will be War XI Submission: Wargamer [typescript]

Carr-24-40

Physical Description:

A manuscript Don D'Ammassa's story, "Wargamer" submitted for TWBW XI. It is unknown whether or not the story was published in any format.

 

There Will be War XI Submission: Professionals [Photocopy]

Carr-24-41

Physical Description:

"Professionals" by Michaelene Pendleton that John Carr requested to review and comment upon. This was under consideration for TWBW XI. It appeared in Asimov's December 1991 issue.

 

There Will be War XI Submission: Beneath the Shadow of Her Smile [photocopy]

Carr-24-42

Physical Description:

Alexander Jablokov's story "Beneath the Shadow of Her Smile" that appeared in Asimov's in April 1985. It was submitted for possible inclusion in the TWBW XI anthology.

 

There Will be War XI Submission: Plowshare [typescript]

Carr-24-43

Physical Description:

"Plowshare" by Martha Soukup that appeared in Alternate Presidents (Tor Books Feb 1992). This was sent to John Carr for consideration in TWBW XI.

 

Out to the Stars Submissions: Invasion of Space [typescript]

Carr-24-44

36 leaves

Physical Description:

Manuscript of "Invasion of Space" by Charles Sheffield that was submitted to John Carr and considered for the planned Out to the Stars anthology. It is unknown if the story was published.

 

Out to the Stars Submissions: Out There [typescript] *

Carr-24-45

26 leaves

Physical Description:

Manuscript of "Out There " by Ken Rand that was submitted to John Carr and considered for the planned Out to the Stars anthology. This may be an unpublished document as searching for it yielded no relevant results.

 

Out to the Stars Submissions: The Return of the Golden Age [photocopy]

Carr-24-46

11 leaves

Physical Description:

"The Return of the Golden Age" by Jeffery D. Kooistra that appeared in Analog March 1993. It was submitted for the planned Out to the Stars anthology.

 

Out to the Stars Submissions: Bootstrap Enterprise [photocopy]

Carr-24-47

18 leaves

Physical Description:

Victor Koman's, "Bootstrap Enterprise" which appeared in the Feb 1982 edition of Fantasy and Science Fiction. This was sent to John Carr as a possible submission for the Out to the Stars anthology.

 

Out to the Stars Submissions: Spaceward Ho! [photocopy]

Carr-24-48

5 leaves

Physical Description:

"Spaceward Ho!" by Ben Bova sand Stephen L. Gillett that appeared in Omni on July 1991. It was sent to John Carr for consideration in Out to the Stars.

 

Out to the Stars Submissions: Saturn Alia [photocopy]

Carr-24-49

44 leaves

Physical Description:

"Saturn Alia" by Grant D. Callin that appeared in the July 1984 issue of Analog. This was sent for inclusion in Out to the Stars and eventually made into a separate novel published by Baen Books in 1986.

 

Out to the Stars Submissions: Promises to Keep [photocopy]

Carr-24-50

51 leaves

Physical Description:

Copy of Jack McDevitt's, "Promises to Keep" that appeared in Analog (month unknown) 1984 and Asimov's December 1984. This was considered strongly by John Carr for the Out to Space anthology.

 

Out to the Stars Submissions: Star Dreck [typescript] *

Carr-24-51

21 leaves

Physical Description:

"Star Dreck" by  William Walling that appeared in the August 1984 Analog. Walling submitted it for consideration in one of the anthologies.

 

Out to the Stars Submissions: Spirits of '76 [photocopy]

Carr-24-52

14 leaves

Physical Description:

Leo Summers's, "Spirits of '76" that appeared in the August 1966 issue of Analog. This was considered by John F. Carr for inclusion into the planned Out to the Stars anthology.

 

Out to the Stars Submissions: Seekers of the Dog Star [typescript + envelope]

Carr-24-53

19 leaves + envelope

Physical Description:

Manuscript of "Seekers of the Dog Star" by Rob Chilson that may be an unpublished document. This was sent to John Carr for possible inclusion in the Out to the Stars anthology.

 

Out to the Stars Submissions: Down and Out [photocopy]

Carr-24-54

41 leaves

Physical Description:

Photocopy of Larry Niven's, "Down and Out" that first appeared in Galaxy circa 1976. This was a possible edition to the planned Out to the Stars anthology.

 

Out to the Stars Submissions: Out to the Stars [typescript + envelope]

Carr-24-55

18 leaves

Physical Description:

Mark W. Tiedemann's "The Gravity Box" submitted for consideration in Endless Frontiers III. This is possibly unpublished and was planned to be used in the Out to the Stars anthology.

 

Out to the Stars Submissions: Chrysalis [typescript + envelope]

Carr-24-56

28 leaves + envelope

Physical Description:

Gregory Kusnick's, "Chrysalis" which appeared in the Mid-December 1987 Analog. This was submitted for Endless Frontiers IV but was being considered for the Out to the Stars anthology.

 

Out to the Stars Submissions: Demolition Man [typescript]

Carr-24-57

36 leaves

Physical Description:

Manuscript of "Demolition Man" by Phillip C. Jennings that is possibly unpublished and was submitted to John F. Carr and considered for the Out to the Stars anthology.

 

Out to the Stars Submissions: Man Opening Door [photocopy]

Carr-24-58

35 leaves

Physical Description:

Paul Ash's "Man Opening Door" which appeared in the June 1991 issue of Asimov's. This novella was nominated for the 1992 nebula in that category. This story was considered for inclusion in the Out to the Stars anthology.

 

Out to the Stars "Possibles" [typescript]

Carr-24-59

1 leaf

Physical Description:

A single typed page that says, "To the Stars Possibles" "Thinker" by Jerry Pournelle.

 

Endless Frontiers Submissions III: Golden Fleece [typescript + letter]

Carr-24-60

52 leaves

Physical Description:

"Golden Fleece" by Robert J. Sawyer that was submitted to John F. Carr for Endless Frontiers III: Cities in Space. This story first appeared in the September 1988 issue of Amazing Stories.

 

Endless Frontiers Submissions III: Face of My Enemy, Mirror of My Face [typescript + letter]

Carr-24-61

31 leaves

Physical Description:

"Face of My Enemy, Mirror of My Face" by A.J. Austin offering the first serial rights to John F. Carr if included in Endless Frontiers III. Written on it by John Car are the words, "good- short TWBW story". This document is unpublished.

 

Endless Frontiers Submissions: The Thousandth Year  [photocopy]

Carr-24-62

21 leaves

Physical Description:

"The Thousandth Year" by Robert Abernathy that was submitted to John Carr for possible inclusion in Endless Frontiers. This was first published in Astounding Science Fiction in April 1954.

 

Endless Frontiers Submissions: Protected Species  [photocopy]

Carr-24-63

9 leaves

Physical Description:

"Protected Species" by H.B. Fyfe which was under consideration for inclusion into Endless Frontiers. This story first appeared in Astounding Science Fiction in March 1951

 

Endless Frontiers V Submissions:  [Letter + typescript]

Carr-24-64

18 leaves

Physical Description:

"Why I'm Not on Mars Yet, and What You Can do About it" by Kelly Parks. This article was planned to be presented at a Lunar Society conference in January 1993. This was considered for Endless Frontiers V.

 

Endless Frontiers V Submissions: Stine Letters  [two letters]

Carr-24-65

 2 leaves

Physical Description:

Two letters from Harry Stine. They both discuss rights release and copy write of one of Stine's stories and also included is the contract for his work to be used in Endless Frontiers V.

 

Freedom in the Future Submissions: Dead by Law [typescript + envelope]

Carr-24-66

 7 leaves + envelope

Physical Description:

Manuscript of "Dead by Law" written by Stephen Crane Davidson. This has a post-it note that reads, "hold for Freedom in the Future". This story is still unpublished.

 

 Future of Freedom?: Madrelita  [typescript]

Carr-24-67

 5 leaves

Physical Description:

"Madrelita" by Deborah Wheeler that was published in 1990 by Fantasy and Science-Fiction. This story has a post-it not that says, "Future of Freedom?"

 

Other Anthology Submissions (Possible TWBW consideration): A Short History of World War: XXVIII [photocopy]

Carr-24-68

Physical Description:

Roy L. Prosterman's, "A Short History of World War: XXVIII" that appeared in April 1977 in Condé wast Publications.

 

Other Anthology Submissions (Possible TWBW consideration): Peace in the Valley [photocopy]

Carr-24-69

Physical Description:

Bob Buckley's story "Peace in the Valley" first published in 1984 by Analog.

 

Other Anthology Submissions (Possible TWBW consideration): Training Device [photocopy]

Carr-24-70

Physical Description:

Theodore Cogswell's story, "Training Device" that was first published in 1955 by Greenleaf Publishing COmpany.

 

Other Anthology Submissions (Possible TWBW consideration): Last Blast [photocopy]

Carr-24-71

Physical Description:

Eric Frank Russell's, "Last Blast" which appeared in Astounding Science fiction in 1952.

 

Other Anthology Submissions (Possible TWBW consideration): The Zombie Corps: Nine-Lives Charlie [photocopy]

Carr-24-72

Physical Description:

Rayson Lorrey's story, "The Zombie Corps: Nine-Lives Charlie" that appeared in Writers of the Future Vol IV 1988.

 

Other Anthology Submissions (Possible TWBW consideration): Long Knives [photocopy]

Carr-24-73

Physical Description:

J.R. Dunn's, "Long Knives" which appeared in the 1987 Writer's of the Future #3.

 

Other Anthology Submissions (Possible TWBW consideration): Psi-Rec [letter + typescript]

Carr-24-74

Physical Description:

Assorted Poems of Peter Dillingham's Psi-Rec series that were sent to John Carr in case one would fit an anthology topic.

 

Other Anthology Submissions (Possible TWBW consideration): Psi-Rec [letter + typescript]

Carr-24-75

Physical Description:

More of Peter Dillingham's Psi-Rec poetry send to John Carr.

 

Other Anthology Submissions (Possible TWBW consideration): Vietnam: How We Deceived Ourselves  [photocopy]

Carr-24-76

Physical Description:

Doan Van Toai's article, "Vietnam: How We Deceived Ourselves" which was published by Commentary, March 1986.

 

Other Anthology Submissions (Possible TWBW consideration): Enough Rope  [photocopy]

Carr-24-77

24 leaves

Physical Description:

"Enough Rope" by Poul Anderson which appeared in Astounding Science Fiction in July 1953.

 

Other Anthology Submissions (Possible TWBW consideration): News from 1985 (poem) [letter + typescript]

Carr-24-78

2 leaves

Physical Description:

A letter and poem from Dana Gioria to John Carr. The Poem is entitled "News from 1985".

 

Other Anthology Submissions (Possible TWBW consideration): The Alien Enemy [photocopy]

Carr-24-79

20 leaves

Physical Description:

"The Alien Enemy" by Poul Anderson that first appeared in Analog in 1968.

 

Other Anthology Submissions (TWBW consideration): The Weakest Point Resubmission [typescript + letter + envelope]

Carr-24-80

44 leaves + envelope

Physical Description:

A resubmission of, "The Weakest Point" by S. Owen Smith for TWBW XIII. Changes were made based on comments by John F. Carr on his first submission.

 

Other Anthology Submissions: The Devils of Langenhagen [typescript]

Carr-24-81

34 leaves

Physical Description:

Manuscript for the "The Devils of Langenhagen" by Sean McMullen sent to John Carr. This story eventually was published in Call to the Edge by Aphelion Publications in 1992.

 

Other Anthology Submissions: The Pugilist [photocopy]

Carr-24-82

38 leaves

Physical Description:

Poul Anderson's, "The Pugilist" which appeared in the November 1973 edition of Fantasy and Science- Fiction.

 

Other Anthology Submissions: Opportunist [photocopy]

Carr-24-83

51 leaves

Physical Description:

Mack Reynolds's, "Opportunist" which appeared in the April 1969 Analog.

 

Other Anthology Submissions: Chautauqua World [typescript + envelope] *

Carr-24-84

30 leaves + envelope

Physical Description:

"Chautauqua World" by Phillip C. Jennings offering the first North American Serial rights if printed in an anthology. This document is an unpublished work.

 

Other Anthology Submissions: The Longest Voyage [photocopy]

Carr-24-85

27 leaves

Physical Description:

"The Longest ... Voyage" by Poul Anderson which appeared in the December 1960 issue of Analog.

 

Other Anthology Submissions: A Tale of Two Generals [typescript]

Carr-24-86

34 leaves

Physical Description:

Manuscript of "A Tale of Two Generals" by Ames MacKenzie (Jim Dickey). This was sent to John Car for possible inclusion in an anthology. 

 

Other Anthology Submissions: Paper Tiger [photocopy]

Carr-24-87

Physical Description:

"Paper Tiger" by Reginald Bretnor written in 1969 this is a photocopy of the 1989 book Perfect Crimes.

 

Other Anthology Submissions: Solokill [photocopy]

Carr-24-88

41 leaves

Physical Description:

Part of Solokill by S. Kye Boult (William E. Cochrane) published in 1977 by Berkley Medallion.

 

Other Anthology Submissions: A Deal in Poteen [typescript]

Carr-24-89

21 leaves

Physical Description:

Manuscript for "A Deal in Poteen" by Edward P. Hughes. This story appeared in Masters of Fist in 1989.

 

Other Anthology Submissions: No Spot of Ground  [photocopy]

Carr-24-90

62 leaves

Physical Description:

No Spot of Ground by Walter Jon Williams that was published first in the November 1989 edition of Asimov's. As it appears here these page selections were the ones that appeared in What Might have Been?: Volume II Alternate Heroes eds. Gregory Benford and Martin H. Greenburg Bantam Spectra (1990).

 

Other Anthology Submissions: Invocation to Yggdrasil (poem)  [letter + typescript]

Carr-24-91

2 leaves

Physical Description:

This folder contains a letter from Lawrence Schimel to John Car discussing his poem, "Invocation to Yggdrasil". Also included is the poem that may be unpublished.

 

Other Anthology Submissions: Poems [photocopy]

Carr-24-92

3 leaves

Physical Description:

Kipling poems were common inclusions in Pournelle's anthologies and this folder contains the poems, "The Grave of the Hundred Head"  and other unknown poems. Also included is page 2072 and 2073 from Ed. Burton Stevenson The Home Book of Verse. The poems here deal with siege and war.

 

War World Invasion Anthology Submission: A Better Kind of War [book pages]

Carr-24-93

71 pages

Physical Description:

"A Better Kind of War" by Don Hawthorne, these are the pages that appeared in War World Invasion (1994 Baen Books).

 

Far Frontiers III: The Ungoverned [typescript]

Carr-24-94

 58 leaves

Physical Description:

"The Ungoverned" by Vernor Vinge that contains several edit marks in the typeface. The Ungoverned eventually appeared in Far Frontiers III (1985).

 

High Tech Wars I and 2 (unfinished): [typescript + letter]

Carr-24-95

14 leaves

Physical Description:

A letter from Dean S. Warren to John F. Carr coupled with a response discussing inclusion of his stories into High Tech Wars I and II. Finally included is Dean S. Warren's, "A New Colonialism" that is a 12 page unpublished document.

 

High Tech Wars 2: A Step Farther Out  [photocopy]

Carr-24-96

10 leaves

Physical Description:

"A Step Farther Out: Lasers, Grasers and Marxists" by Jerry Pournelle Ph.D. that appeared in the July 1976 issue of Galaxy. This was set to be included in High Tech Wars II.

 

Future of History: Cycles  [letter + typescript]

Carr-24-97

30 leaves

Physical Description:

"Cycles" by James Stevens-Arce that first appeared in the December 1985 issue of Stardate Magazine. The letter is dated August 26, 1995. This was considered for part of the planned Future of History anthology.

 

Future of History: Mortimer Gray's History of Death [photocopy]

Carr-24-98

Physical Description:

"Mortimer Gray's History of Death" by Brian Stableford. This first appeared in the April 1995 edition of Asimov's. It is not known where this photocopy was taken from. This was thought of as a good future history story and under consideration for the Future of History anthology.

The Last Space Viking and Space Viking's Throne, "Trading Specialty Items" [typescript]

Carr-24-99

One Leaf

Physical Description:

A single sheet of paper with the heading, "Trading Specialty Items." This lists some trading goods and some planets in the Space Viking Universe.

 

Alan Guiterrez Correspondence[2 envelopes + typescript]

Carr-24-100

2 envelopes + 4 leaves

Physical Description:

Drafts of letters from John Carr to Alan Gutierrez discussing payments for work on the covers of; Crying Clown Celebration: A Certain Flair, Rainbow Run and Pain Gain. Also included is the envelope for Kalvan Kingmaker negatives from Alan Guiterrez and an envelope containing a picture of his family sent to John Carr.

 

Cover Photonegatives [negatives]

Carr-24-101

Physical Description:

Negatives for the covers of; Siege of Tarr-Hostigos, War World: The Battle of Sauron, Fireseed Wars, and Kalvan Kingmaker.

 

Correspondence with Roland Green [Assorted]

Carr-24-102

5 leaves

Physical Description:

1983 letters from John F. Carr to Roland Green that discusses additions to the Kalvan series. This letter specifically deals with Great King's War. The letters have charring around the edges and smoke damage is visible.

 

History of the System States' War [typescript]

Carr-24-103

4 leaves

Physical Description:

An email from snewton to John Carr describing the System States Alliance along with a chronology.

 

Piper Website & Tombstone information [assorted+ cd]

Carr-24-104

Physical Description:

Printouts from the Zarthani.net and A photocopy of "A Catalogue of Early Pennsylvania and other Firearms and Edged Weapons" compiled by H. Beam Piper. Also included is a CD labeled Piper Chestnut Grandparent's home.

 

H. Beam Piper: Last Cavalier + Tombstone ideas [cd + envelope + printed photos]

Carr-24-105

Physical Description:

A CD with cover scans of H. Beam Piper: The Last Cavalier and printouts to create the shape and size for Piper's tombstone.

 

Mike Kneer Material by John F. Carr [typescript]

Carr-24-106

Physical Description:

Printout of a post about Michael E. Kneer made by John F Carr on March 29th 2007. John discusses his life and legacy.

 

Hos-Agrys Map Email [typescript]

Carr-24-107

one leaf

Physical Description:

A forwarded email between John Carr and Dennis Frank that deals with map changes in the Kalvan universe. This email is dated September 16th 2011. 

 

War World: Questions, Speculation, Editing and More by Douglas S. McElwain [typescript]

36 Double-sided leaves

Carr-24-108

Physical Description:

Douglas S. McElwain's analysis of the War World Universe of Niven and Pournelle exploring various questions about aliens, inconsistencies and impossibilities in the universe.

 

Fantasy Book February 1982 [Magazine]

Carr-25-01 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Fantasy Book February 1982 which contains John F. Carr's story "Dance of the Dwarfs."

 

The SFWA By-Laws [pamphlet]

Carr-25-02 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

The By-Laws of the SFWA compiled by F.M. Busby & Mildred Downey Broxon.

 

SFWA Bulletin, Vol 8 No 6. [pamphlet]

Carr-25-03 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Volume 8 No 6 of the SFWA dealing with the 1973 Nebula Awards Banquets.

 

SFWA Bulletin, Vol 11 No 2. [pamphlet]

Carr-25-04 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Volume 11  No 2 (March 1976) of the SFWA dealing with the the copyright bill and other issues.

 

SFWA Bulletin, Vol 11 No 4. [pamphlet]

Carr-25-05 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Volume 11 No 4 (August 1976) of the SFWA Bulletin.

 

SFWA Bulletin, Vol 12 No 2. [pamphlet]

Carr-25-06 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Volume 12 No 2 (March 1977) of the SFWA Bulletin dealing with new rights and policies of the SFWA.

 

SFWA Bulletin, Vol 13 No 1. [pamphlet]

Carr-25-07 (2 located on the bookshelf + 1 in box)

Physical Description:

Volume 13 No 1 of the SFWA (Winter 1978) edited by John F. Carr also featuring an article entitled "Future Unlimited" by Camden Benares.

 

SFWA Bulletin, Vol 13 No 2. [pamphlet]

Carr-25-08 (2 located on the bookshelf +1 in box)

Physical Description:

Volume 13 No 2 (Spring 1978) of the SFWA edited by John F. Carr featuring another segment of "Future Unlimited" by Camden Benares.

 

SFWA Bulletin, Vol 13 No 3. [pamphlet]

Carr-25-09 (2located on the bookshelf + 1 in box)

Physical Description:

Volume 13 No 3 (Summer 1978) of the SFWA Bulletin edited by John F. Carr with a section of "Future Unlimited: Solving Tomorrow's Problems" by Camden Benares.

 

SFWA Bulletin, Vol 13 No 4. [pamphlet]

Carr-25-10 (2 located on the bookshelf + 1 in box)

Physical Description:

Volume 13 No 4 (Fall 1978) of the SFWA edited by John F. Carr. "Future Unlimited: The New Physics as a Psychological Field Unifier" is written by Camden Benares.

 

SFWA Bulletin, Vol 14 No 1. [pamphlet]

Carr-25-11 (3 located on the bookshelf + 1 in box)

Physical Description:

Volume 14 No 1 (Spring 1979) of the SFWA edited by John F. Carr. Camden Benares is featured  and wrote, "Future Unlimited: Future Facts for Future Fiction."

 

SFWA Bulletin, Vol 14 No 2. [pamphlet]

Carr-25-12 (2 located on the bookshelf + 1 in box)

Physical Description:

Volume 14 No 2 of the SFWA Edited by John F. Carr; included is a piece of "Future Unlimited: Forecasting the Future with Delphi Method."

 

SFWA Bulletin, Vol 14 No 3. [pamphlet]

Carr-25-13 (2 located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Volume 14 No 3 of the SFWA Edited by John F. Carr; included is a piece of "Future Unlimited: Birth of a Future History. This is a special issue of the SFWA Bulletin.

 

SFWA Bulletin, Vol 14 No 4. [pamphlet]

Carr-25-14 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Volume 14 No 4 of the SFWA Edited by John F. Carr; included is a piece of "Future Unlimited: An overview of the New Physics.S" This is the final edition of the SFWA bulletin edited by John F. Carr.

 

Penntaterra [Book+ letter]

Carr-25-15 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Judith Moffett's Pennnterra that was sent to John F. Carr as an example of print-on-demand books. Inserted is the printout of a letter from John F. Carr to Warren discusiing P.O.D  books.

 

Zen Zonder Meester [Paperback]

Carr-25-16 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Camden Benares's book Zen: Zonder Meester which is the Dutch translation of Camden's work Zen Zen Masters this version was published in 1979 in Rijwijk by Uitgeverj Elmar.

 

Zen Ohne Zen-Meister 1979 [Paperback]

Carr-25-18 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Camden Benares's book Zen Ohne Zen-Meister which is the German translation of Camden's work published in 1990 by Sphinx.

 

Zen Ohne Zen-Meister 1990 [Paperback]

Carr-25-19 (located on the bookshelf) 2 copies

Physical Description:

Camden Benares's book Zen Ohne Zen-Meister which is the German translation of Camden's work published in 1979 by Volksverlag.

 

Common Sense Tarot: The Complete Guide to Tarot Reading [Paperback]

Carr-25-20 (3 copies located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Camden Benares's book Common Sense Tarot: The Complete Guide to Tarot Reading published in 1992 by Newcastle books.

 

A Handful of Zen [Paperback]

Carr-25-21 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Camden Benares's book A Handful of Zen published in 1990 by Falcon Press.

 

Fuzzy Ergo Eum [Hardcover]

Carr-25-22 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Fuzzy Ergo Sum by Wolfgang Diehr published in 2011 by Pequod Press.

 

The Fireseed Wars [Hardcover]

Carr-25-23 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

The Fireseed Wars by John F. Carr published in 2009 by Pequod Press, First Edition limited to 1,000 copies.

 

Gunpowder God [Hardcover]

Carr-25-24 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Gunpowder God by John F. Carr published by Pequod Press in 2011 first edition limited to 500 copies.

 

The Last Space Viking [Hardcover]

Carr-25-25 (2 copies located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

The Last Space Viking by John F. Carr and Mike Robertson published by Pequod Press in 2011.

 

War World Discovery [Hardcover]

Carr-25-26 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

War World: Discovery edited by John F. Carr published in 2010 by Pequod Press.

 

War World: Takeover [Hardcover]

Carr-25-27 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

War World: Takeover edited by John F. Carr and published by Pequod Press in 2011

 

War World : The Battle of Sauron [Hardcover]

Carr-25-28 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

War World: The Battle of Sauron by John F. Carr and Don Hawthorne published in 2007 by Pequod Press first edition limited to 1,500 copies.

 

Time Crime [Hardcover]

Carr-25-29 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Time Crime by H. Beam Piper and John F. Carr published in 2010 by Pequod Press.

 

Fuzzy Ergo Eum [Paperback]

Carr-25-30 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Pain Gain by John F. Carr published in 1977 by Major Books this is the second printing in August 1979. On the Title page it is signed by John F. Carr and says one of the 5 copies from publisher.

 

The Ophidian Consipracy [Paperback]

Carr-25-31 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

The Ophidian Conspiracy by John F. Carr published by Major Books in 1976. This is a first edition and John F. Carr writes that it is one of the 6 copies form the publisher. It is signed by John F. Carr.

 

Imperial Stars 2 [Paperback]

Carr-25-32 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Imperial Stars 2: Republic and Empire created by Jerry Pournelle and edited by John F. Carr published in 1987 by Baen Books.

 

Nebula Award Stories Sixteen [Paperback]

Carr-25-33 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Nebula Award Stores Sixteen Edited by Jerry Pournelle and John F. Carr published by Batanam Books in 1983.

 

There Will be War VI: Guns of Darkness [Paperback]

Carr-25-34 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

There Will be War VI: Guns of Darkness created by Jerry Pournelle and edited by John F. Carr. This was published by Tor books in 1987.

 

The Complete Paratime [Hardcover]

Carr-25-35 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

The Complete Paratime: All of the Classic Paratime Police Stories in One Volume: Paratime and Lord Kalvan of Otherwhen, by H. Beam Piper. Introduction by John F. Carr. Ace Books, 1981.

 

Caveat Fuzzy [Hardcover]

Carr-25-36 (located on the bookshelf)

Physical Description:

Caveat Fuzzy, by Wolfgang Diehr. Pequod Press, 2012.

 

Rainbow Run [Hardcover]

Carr-25-37 (located on the bookshelf0

Rainbow Run, by John F. Carr and Camden Benares, Pequod Press, 2012.

 

Space Viking's Throne [Hardcover]

Carr-25-38 (located on the bookshelf)

Space Viking's Throne, by John F. Carr and Mike Robertson, Pequod Press, 2012.

 

 

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