John F. Carr Collection at
St. Bonaventure University
by H. Beam Piper and John F. Carr
H. Beam Piper's Time Crime was originally published in Astounding Science Fiction in 1955 as a two part serial. However, due to its abrupt ending, many people believed that the short novel was incomplete. John F. Carr has published an edition of Time Crime which includes Piper's original two parts in addition to a third part written by Carr himself.
Miscellaneous Correspondence [Miscelleaneous]
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.
Time Crime: Landau Continuity Edit [typescript]
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]
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]
A short, typed document containing the text that appears in the dust jacket of Carr’s Time Crime.
Time Crime: Editing Correspondence [typescript]
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]
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]
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]
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]
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.”
Time Crime Press Release [typescript]
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.
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