Feminist Publishing Forever

Feminist Publishing Forever

BY
Christina Hajjar
ON
October 20, 2022
Zinesters, we are the radical press. - Jonathan Valelly
Print publishing will never die. “For centuries, wherever mass defiance and collective power have swollen up, there has been print,” said ... Read More
Keeping Herizons' Spark Alive

Keeping Herizons’ Spark Alive

BY
Penni Mitchell
ON
October 20, 2022
Posted in my office is a bright red heart, outlined in neon pink felt pen, drawn on the back of a subscription envelope. The message reads" I love Herizons." Next to it is a thoughtful, handwritten ... Read More
Tara Kannangara. (Photo by Brittany Farhat)

The Extraordinary Tara Kannangara

BY
Andi Schwartz
ON
October 1, 2022
On a rainy September night, I climb a dark set of stairs and step onto the bright set of Extraordinary People, the narrative film accompanying Tara Kannangara’s upcoming album of the same name. A tiny crew of ... Read More
Revolution Road

Revolution Road

BY
Abigail Matula
ON
July 1, 2022
It's being called the "shadow pandemic." After two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of women and girls killed at the hands of male partners in Canada spiked by 50 percent, sounding alarm bells across the country. In 2019, ... Read More
The Gospel of Breaking

The Gospel of Breaking

BY
Boetumelo Julianne Nyasulu
ON
April 15, 2022
Jillian Christmas describes herself as an introvert and a pretty private person. The poet, whose collection of poetry The Gospel of Breaking has garnered much acclaim, opened up in our interview about her need to hold close the “parts that ... Read More
cyber bullying

How to Stop Cyber Misogyny

BY
Suzie Dunn
ON
January 15, 2022
Since the beginning of the COVID pandemic, many parts our lives have migrated online. We’re using Zoom video calls, WhatsApp group chats, iCloud and Instagram to keep in touch with our loved ones and to work from home. This technology ... Read More
Rewriting the Climate Apocalypse

Rewriting the Climate Apocalypse

BY
Marcie McCauley
ON
October 5, 2021
After spending years avoiding books about the environmental crisis, the COVID-19 pandemic finally pushed me to confront my uncomfortable fears about the Earth’s future. Over the last year, I read more than a dozen eco-themed books, searching for answers. But ... Read More
When Kinship Was Colonized

When Kinship Was Colonized

BY
Stephanie Cram
ON
July 10, 2021
Allyson Stevenson’s book, Intimate Integration: A History of the Sixties Scoop and the Colonization of Indigenous Kinship, is both personal and political. From 1961 to the 1980s, Indigenous and Métis children were routinely removed from their families and adopted into ... Read More
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