Canadian literature

Canadian literature
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It’s time for queer Canadian poetry
A wave of thrilling new releases energizes the genre
Hosanna gets heated
Will remount of Michel Tremblay’s play revive accusations of transphobia?
Hey, Hosanna
Michel Tremblay’s queer classic returns to the stage
A fully loaded Arsenal
Two decades on, indie publisher is queerer than ever
Say it loud
Ryan Hinds one of the amazing performers at Blackphonics this weekend
Canadian and other authors condemn Russian restrictions on free expression
Margaret Atwood and Michael Ondaatje join long list urging for laws’ repeal
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Manon, Sandra and the Virgin Mary talk about sex
Michel Tremblay's play is being staged at Buddies for the first time in Toronto since 1
Hungry for Shyam Selvadurai
Author's latest, The Hungry Ghosts, took 13 years to write
'Bigger than life'
Albertine in Five Times is a window into Quebec and one of its most celebrated playwrights
Remembering a life together
William Whitehead's memoir explores and celebrates his 40-year relationship with Timoth
Rhubarb Festival 2012
33 years of rebels, queers, misfits and activists making theatre
REVIEW: Rob Ford: The Opera
An ambitious project that is about as effective as its protagonist
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Rob Ford: The Opera
Classic absurdist fare punctures Toronto's easiest target
Love Cake
Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha's new book of poems
Lesbian author scoops top prize at Ottawa Book Awards
Girl Unwrapped honoured in English fiction category
Unwrapping the Ottawa Book Awards
Local author's book chosen as finalist
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Da Kink in My Hair returns
2001 Trey Anthony hit set for Harbourfront revival
Khush: A Show of Love
A gift from Toronto's South Asian queer people
Michel Tremblay's Hosanna comes to Stratford
Weyni Mengesha directs tale of identity and acceptance
Tremblay's Hosanna comes to Stratford
Weyni Mengesha directs tale of identity and acceptance
Novelist Suzette Mayr on teen life in Catholic school
Suicide, fury & Canada's publicly funded religious school system
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Amber Dawn nominated for Lambda Award
'I'm really excited to be a part of that'
Rhoma Spencer tackles Marcus Garvey
And discovers something about journeys along the way
Everything's coming up Whittall
A very good year for writer Zoe Whittall
The relative power of Annabel
Kathleen Winter offers a debut novel about intersex experience