The only work of del Toro’s that I’ve seen is The Book of Life, which is a gorgeously animated film.
I visited the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg. I highly recommend it for anyone who has the opportunity to visit this museum.
Below is a selection of photos I took.
Showing off my manga haul for this year. I purchased the following:
Also, here are some other irrelevant photos I took.
I attended the Festival of Literary Diversity (FOLD) recently in Brampton. The FOLD continues to provide diverse authors and audiences with a platform to connect and address the issues of diversity in the literary scene.
You can find some recorded panels on their Facebook page.
I took some photos at the festival and of the city:
Here’s my book haul:
A few hashtags/points I’d like to point out to writers are the following:
For my fellow librarians/information professionals, we too can play a role in promoting and investing in diverse CanLit. It was mentioned at one panel that teachers and librarians are usually the first and best at generating buzz about books and purchasing them for their students/patrons. If we want to continue supporting diverse fiction, we can do so actively through our work.
–Frislanda, a fictional island that had been included in maps for over a century
-The politically charged ‘beaver maps’
Below are the images I took.
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