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Department of Native Studies Fall 2018 Colloquium Series
University of Manitoba
Join Lindsay Nixon for the Winnipeg launch of nîtisânak.
Co-presented by the Department of Native Studies at the University of Manitoba for its Native Studies colloquium. This event is free and open to the public.Find out more »
Lindsay Nixon launches their stunning new memoir, nîtisânak, at the fourth annual Naked Heart LGBTQ Festival of Words in Toronto, Ontario.Find out more »
One of the world's most important Francophone literary industry events will this year be including books by English language publishers in Quebec, including Metonymy Press.Find out more »
Join Lindsay Nixon and special guests for the Ottawa launch of their stunning new memoir, nîtisânak at Venus Envy.Find out more »
This free, two-day celebration of Quebec English-language books is back! The Book Fair encourages book lovers of all ages and interests to browse, buy and get books signed, just in time for holiday gift-giving. With Quebec publishers and authors on hand, expect hundreds of new titles for sale, along with readings and other events happening throughout the Fair. You can’t buy more local than this.Find out more »
Drop by the Metonymy Press table, sign up for a tarot reading by Oliver Pickle, and check out a reading by Lindsay Nixon, alongside 5 other local authors.Find out more »
35 years after it was first released, Ruth West’s lesbian feminist cult classic Thea’s Tarot is enjoying its second printing, coordinated by Metonymy. What’s more, we're turning 4 years old. Come celebrate! Free brief tarot readings with every purchase of a deck + a Q&A with Oliver Pickle, author of She Is Sitting in the Night: Re-visioning Thea's Tarot.Find out more »
Metonymy Press and Massy Books present a free afternoon reading event featuring Lambda Literary Award–winning poet Trish Salah (Wanting in Arabic, Lyric Sexology Vol. 1) and Vancouver-based author Hazel Jane Plante (Little Blue Encyclopedia (for Vivian), forthcoming from Metonymy Press).Find out more »
Growing Room: A Feminist Literary Festival is Room magazine’s annual literary festival, a celebration of diverse Canadian writers and artists which takes place every March on the traditional, unceded, and ancestral territory of the Musqueam, Tsleil-Waututh, and Squamish peoples (Vancouver, British Columbia).
The 2019 Growing Room festival will take place from March 8 – 17. Registration is now open. More than 100 authors will be in attendance, including Metonymy Press's Lindsay Nixon.Find out more »