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‘Because We Come From Everything’

By Coach House March 10, 2017 Tags: bao phi, coffee house, graywolf, birds, llc, millkweed, poetry coalition, poetry

‘I would finally like to thank my parents for what I once thought of

as an unpronounceable curse
that I’d have loved to bleach—’

Rebecka Sheffield

Rebecka is Senior Lecturer in the School of Library and Information Science at Simmons College in Boston, MA, where she teaches in the areas of archival studies and cultural heritage. She has previously ...

Maureen FitzGerald

Maureen FitzGerald is an urban anthropologist and a Fellow of the Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies at the University of Toronto. She is a co-editor of Queerly Canadian: An Introductory ...

Incarnations

By (photographer) Janieta Eyre
Edited by Suzanne Zelazo
Text by Christian Bök
Categories: Photography

Incarnations showcases twenty years of Eyre's uniquely performative portraits deconstructing what it means to be a thinker, woman, and subject.Incarnations is the first collection to make accessible a ...

Ed Jackson

Ed Jackson was a long-time member of the editorial collective of The Body Politic and co-editor of Flaunting It!: A Decade of Gay Journalism from The Body Politic (New Star Books, 1982). He was one of ...

Rahim Thawer

Rahim Thawer is a registered social worker, consultant, post-secondary instructor, and mental health counselor. He has worked at multiple HIV/AIDS service organizations in Toronto as an outreach worker, ...

Jesse Ruddock embarks on SHOT-BLUE tour

By Coach House March 27, 2017 Tags: jesse ruddock, shot-blue

Jesse Ruddock will be hitting Guelph, a few Toronto locations, and New York City in support of Shot-Blue, her debut novel.

Every Dog Has Its Day – This One’s Had a Few

By Coach House March 30, 2017 Tags: canada reads, fifteen dogs, humble the poet

Humble the Poet – the multi-talented YouTube sensation, author, and MC – successfully argued for why Canada needs to read Alexis’s apologue.

Camilla Grudova

Camilla Grudova lives in Toronto. She holds a degree in Art History and German from McGill University, Montreal. Her fiction has appeared in The White Review and Granta.