Wakefield's quirky and talented Sheena Beena Turcotte hosts the festival’s most audacious sCrawl to date. You are invited to partake of the rhythmic word images and musical landscapes of two of Canada’s best spoken word artists—Queen Ka and Ian Keteku—and the fresh insights of authors Jasmine Aziz and jia qing wilson-yang on sex and gender identity.Find out more »
Trish Salah returns to Hamilton for the launch of the Canadian edition of Lyric Sexology, Volume 1.
Joining her are 2017 Lambda Award finalists jia qing wilson-yang (winner of best trans fiction) and Kai Cheng Thom.
Where: The Reading Room at Bryan Prince Bookseller - 1060 King Street West.
Free, but seating is limited.Find out more »
This collection of lyric poetry draws on personal history and theory, anthropological and psychoanalytic archives, to “make a perfect mess of so much human experience that’s been too tidily categorized” (Michael V. Smith). The 2017 edition features four new poems and a new cover design by Kai Yun Ching and Wai-Yant Li.
Trish will be joined for the Halifax launch by local artist Anna Quon.Find out more »
Join Toronto-based poet Trish Salah for the launch of the new Canadian edition of Lyric Sexology Vol. 1.
Chances are you’ve read Salah’s poetry that “makes a perfect mess of so much human experience that's been too tidily categorized” (Michael V. Smith). Drawing on personal history and theory, anthropological and psychoanalytic archives, Salah’s lyric and language poetry will be your summer reading, we hope.Find out more »
The Violet Hour is Montreal’s queer reading series. Its goal is to introduce emerging and established LGBTQ writers and artists to a larger audience.
On Wednesday, August 16, join Trish Salah alongside other queer and trans authors, for a special Montreal pride edition of the series.Find out more »
After you've had a chance to check out the Salon du livre Queer entre les couvertures/QBTC book fair 2017, stroll down Ste. Catherine Street to L'Euguélionne, librairie féministe for the Montreal launch of poet Trish Salah's new edition of LYRIC SEXOLOGY VOL. 1.Find out more »
Chances are you’ve read Trish’s poetry that “makes a perfect mess of so much human experience that's been too tidily categorized” (Michael V. Smith). Drawing on personal history and theory, anthropological and psychoanalytic archives, her lyric and language poetry has been your summer reading, we hope.Find out more »
Featuring writers who dismantle, disrupt, dispute, reclaim, resist and recreate gender across genre, including Metonymy Press author Trish Salah.Find out more »
Come hear a little bit of anything and everything from a mix of great authors, including Metonymy Press's jiaqing wilson-yang.Find out more »
How does someone navigate expectations, pressure, symbolism and responsibility that they didn't choose? Featuring, among others, Metonymy's Kai Cheng Thom.Find out more »