Vivek Shraya

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Setti Kidane

The queer East Asian rock band will use the money and mentorship from the grant for young, marginalized musicians to record their debut EP Read more


TCAF 2018

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The celebration of indie comics and graphic novels features an appearance by cult hero Junji Ito, author talks and panels on activism and screen adaptations Read more


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The Toronto-wide event features exhibitions by Carrie Mae Weems, Moyra Davey, Robert Mapplethorpe, Michael Tsegaye, Ayana V. Jackson and more Read more

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Michelle da Silva

A discussion on intergenerational issues in the queer theatre scene replaced a reading of Sky Gilbert's work after the LGBTQ playwright published a controversial poem addressed to trans artist and author Vivek Shraya. Read more


Our picks for the 39th annual literary fest include Esi Edugyan, Roddy Doyle, Miriam Toews and Buffy Sainte-Marie Read more


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Zachary Ayotte

Vivek Shraya's fifth book offers a trans perspective on the #MeToo movement Read more


Sponsored feature: presented by Penguin Random House Canada Read more

On their upcoming Diversity Tour, Canadian musical acts Bonjay and Too Attached satirize the "inclusive" banner that often obscures pursuits against racism, homophobia and oppression. Read more



Vivek Shraya

Roses are red, violets are blue, this Valentine’s Day let’s celebrate you Read more


The library's Appel Salon and eh List event series also include a tribute to late music icon Leonard Cohen and the Toronto Book Awards Read more



Neil Van

Our picks for most notable local singles and deep cuts Read more

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The Toronto multidisciplinary artist launches her Part-Time Woman album at the AGO with the Queer Songbook Orchestra Read more




With pride festivities set to peak, we spotlight the activists, artists and leaders who have transformed the way we think about gender, race, safety, the family and our city in 2016 Read more

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