File contains a 2004 anthology edited by John Moss and Linda Morra entitled "At the Speed of Light There is Only Illumination: A Reappraisal of Marshall McLuhan" which contains essays by Brian Fawcett.
File contains a draft script for "Cambodia: A Personal Investigation of a Global Village Failure", a film based on Fawcett's "Cambodia: A Book for People who Find Television Too Slow". Also includes an idea notebook and agreements.
Subseries consists of research material, reviews, and correspondence relating to the short story anthology, "Cambodia". Also includes published editions of the work, a manuscript for a theatrical production of Cambodia, and a script for a "Cambodia" film produced by Peter Lynch.
Video recording consists of "Culture Jamming: TV Jamming Campaign" produced by the Media Foundation in Vancouver BC. Broadcasts info commercials criticizing the impact of mass media in contemporary society; its effects on society, children, economy, politics; and the excesses of North American Society as seen through TV and advertising.
Video recording consists of a personal recording of the show "From Zine to Zone" about media fandom, which Fawcett possibly used for research purposes. The show interviews with conference participants, academics at the Media West Conference on Fandom, May 1972 , Michigan. The show looks at fandom as a subculture of pop culture; fandom writers; and events associated with the conference proceedings. Includes panel discussion of fandom culture as an example of frustration with traditional TV, fan fiction writing, and slash writing on themes related to pop culture.