Quanshu yiwen zhi 全蜀藝文志 is an anthology of writings originating in the province of Sichuan (Shu 蜀) written during the high Ming period 明 (1368-1644) by Zhou Fujun 周復俊 (1496-1574), courtesy name Ziyu 子吁, who hailed from Kunshan 昆山, Jiangsu.
Zhou was a director (langzhong 郎中) in the Ministry of Works (gongbu 工部), provincial administration commissioner (buzhengshi 布政使) of Yunnan and vice surveillance commissioner (anchasi fushi 按察司副使) in Sichuan.
His 64-juan long book includes important literary works of Sichuan, based on the collection Chengdu wenlei 成都文類 by the Song-period 宋 (960-1279) scholar Yuan Yueyou 袁說友 (1140-1204). During his service period in Sichuan, Zhou Fujun collected information about local poems and prose writings.
The collection is a very important information about writings that are not preserved in other books, like Luo Bi's 羅泌 (1131-1189) Xingmingpu 姓名譜, Fei Zhu's 費著 Guqipu 古器譜, or Li Shangyin's 李商隱 (813-c.858) Chongyangting ming 重陽亭銘. Each text is commented by Zhou Fujun, and he provides further information on the author and the particular writing.
There is a supplement called Buxu quanshu yiwen zhi 補續全蜀藝文志 compiled by the Qing-period 清 (1644-1911) scholars Du Yingfang 杜應芳 (jinshi degree 1607) and Hu Chengzhao 胡承詔 (jinshi degree 1604).