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Susan G. Cole

Susan G. Cole interviews Affinity Konar, author of MISCHLING on November 2nd at Holy Blossom Temple in Toronto! Read more

NOW in the media

Susan G. Cole interviews Michael Coren about his new book Epiphany: A Christian's Change of Heart & Mind over Same-Sex Marriage on May 16th at North York Central Library! Read more

NOW in the media

Susan G. Cole hosts BURST: New Voices in Canadian Literature at Pages Unbound Festival on May 6th at AGO's Jackman Hall! Read more

NOW in the media

Micah White, co-creator and driving force behind 'Occupy Wall Street' talks with Susan G. Cole on March 17th at Toronto Reference Library! Read more

NOW in the media

This month's TIFF Critics Night guest, Susan G. Cole introduces a screening of Mustang on January 26th! Read more

NOW in the media

Win a pair of tickets to see non-fiction writer Åsne Seierstad in conversation with NOW's Susan G. Cole on October 28th at Lakeside Terrace! Read more

Art & Books

Almerinda Travassos's inspiring film speaks to the need for lesbians – and everyone else – to know our political history Read more

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A lesbian couple tries a threesome to keep their relationship interesting, but this comedy is predictable Read more

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NOW Magazine's beloved theatre writer was remembered in a moving celebration Read more

Theatre

Johanna Fateman Andrea Dworkin

Andrea Dworkin photo by Robert Giard/copyright Jonathan Silin

Art critic and Le Tigre co-founder Johanna Fateman helps put the second-wave feminist writer back in the conversation with Last Days At Hot Slit Read more

Books

Aisha Jamal skilfully navigates intergenerational tensions in this quirky film set in Kandahar, Saskatchewan Read more

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American Communist Party members look back at their lives in this essential film about political activism in the United States Read more

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Yaser Talebi's beautifully shot film will surprise you in all the best ways Read more

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Director Rama Rau finds a powerful emotional force in a midwife Neelam Bala Read more

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Trial Of Ratko Mladic

Zoran Lesic

Superbly shot doc covers the trial of a Bosnian Serb general accused of war crimes Read more

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Film about female organizers in the 70s recalls the days when socialism was not a dirty word in America Read more

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Soccer-loving young women face down societal barriers with fierceness and humour in this apt-but-familiar film Read more

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Pachi Bustos's tribute to pregnant activists rounded up by Pinochet regime will make you weep Read more

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Masterfully constructed and well-shot film captures daily life in the increasingly alienated Gaza Strip Read more

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Maryam Zaree's film delving into a notorious Iranian prison is more about the director's emotional journey than revelatory pay-offs Read more

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Robert Christgau

Jane Bruce

As he prepares to release his fourth essay collection, the American writer talks bad reviews, covering abusers and how he's kept writing for 50 years Read more

Books

Vivien Endicott-Douglas and Michaela Washburn in Guarded Girls at the Tarragon

Photo by Cylla von Tiedemann

Playwright Charlotte Corbeil-Coleman gives her characters' stories life and potent dramatic force Read more

Theatre

Doyali Islam Battle of the Bards

Courtesy of TIFA

Toronto-based poet comes out on top after a night of excellent readings by Michelle Brown, Jay MillAr, Adebe DeRango-Adem and others Read more

Books

Christine de Pizan

Samuel Engelking

The university acquired Christine de Pizan's 1470 manuscript The Book Of Peace from the collection of the late Pierre Bergé Read more

Education

Tess Degenstein (left), Selina Martin and Lisa Ryder in A Blow In The Face

Photo by Dahlia Katz

Lisa Ryder's play about postpartum depression is enhanced by superb performances, an impressive set and cool choreography Read more

Theatre

Oscar-winner Sebastián Lelio’s remake of his 2013 Chilean film has been Americanized in some unsettling ways Read more

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