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Any Other Way

Toronto is home to multiple and thriving queer communities that reflect the dynamism of a global city. Any Other Way is an eclectic and richly illustrated local history that reveals how these individuals ...

Mouthpiece

By Amy Nostbakken & Norah Sadava
Introduction by Michele Landsberg
Categories: Drama

Mouthpiece is an exploration of contemporary feminism: following one woman, for one day, as she tries to find her voice. 

Winner of the 2017 Toronto Theatre Critics Award for Best New Canadian Play
Winner ...

Haircuts by Children and Other Evidence for a New Social Contract

A cultural planner's immodest proposal: change how we think about children and we just might change the world.

We live in an ‘adultitarian’ state, where the rules are based on very adult priori- ties ...

A Matter of Taste

How farmer's markets and organic produce became synonymous with 'good food' and why they shouldn't be. How did farmer's markets, nose­to­tail, locavorism, organic eating, CSAs, whole foods, and Whole ...

Lances All Alike

By Suzanne Zelazo
Categories: Poetry

Modernist poet-painters Mina Loy and Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven had many friends in common (including Djuna Barnes and Marcel Duchamp), yet there is no record that the two ever met. Their non-relationship ...

Y

By Aaron Tucker
Categories: Fiction

J. Robert Oppenheimer: reluctant father of the atomic bomb, enthusiastic lover of books, devoted husband and philanderer. Engaging with the books he voraciously read, and especially the Bhagavad Gita, ...

Night Became Years

By Jason Stefanik
Categories: Poetry

Poems about alchemy, love, Protestant witch judges, Indigenous identity, the cultural abutments of the inner city, football taunts, border ballads, and half­breed wailing. Night Became Years is poetry ...

Declarations

By Jordan Tannahill
Categories: Drama

This is a paper cut. This is Greta Garbo. This is the smell of Windex. Declarations, by acclaimed playwright Jordan Tannahill, is an ode to mortality -- that of the playwright’s mother, his own, humankind’s ...

Anatomic

By Adam Dickinson
Categories: Poetry

The poems of Anatomic have emerged from biomonitoring and microbiome testing on the author's body to examine the way the outside writes the inside, whether we like it or not. Adam Dickinson drew blood, ...

No Place To Go

This book is Number One in addressing the politics of where we're allowed to "go" in public. Adults don't talk about the business of doing our business. We work on one assumption: the world of public ...