The Toronto Public Library and York University have both acquired copies of Over the Rainbow: Folk and Fairy Tales from the Margins anthology. My “Unearthing History” short story is available to read – check it out!
It features my protagonist Cindy, from Unearthing History, and her partner, Toki.
I was inspired by:
The Spadina Museum has preserved what the mansion looked like in the 1920s and 1930s.
Below is a Frankie Drake Mysteries exhibit:
A guided tour showed different parts of the house:
Derek, the editor of Over the Rainbow: Folk and Fairy Tales from the Margins, was interviewed by Queer Writes. The hosts spoke about their own thoughts on the anthology.
Then, Derek talked about their two anthologies. It was a great and insightful conversation.
The Toronto Comic Arts Festival (TCAF) is held in downtown Toronto and features comics and graphic novels, artists, and a variety of panels and exhibits.
Topics to read up on the Yuri genre and related topics:
Titles that were recommended at the 100 Years of Yuri panel:
Additional interesting things:
Intranet, SharePoint, Office365 and other Digital Workplace stuff
LGBTQIA2PP+ Folks in pop culture
A crowdsourced travel guide for libraries <3
A Podcast About Authors Who Took The Struggle Bus to Success
A blog by Desmond Cole
Scribbler & Scholar
A Queer Canadian Book Blog: News and Reviews of Queer Canadian Writers and Books
Literary, library, and the like
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