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Inanna Publications 5h
TODAY on =throwback to our Young Feminist Series launch. Books explore race and racism, Indigeneity, disability, LGBTQI identities, girls’ empowerment & more. ...positive challenging patriarchial norms
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Mawenzi House 45m
Diverse Canadian literature is what we do best...because that’s all we do! Happy World Book Day and Canada Book Day, everyone!
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Writers' Trust 7h
"In addition to literary guidance, the inaugural batch of Writers’ Trust Rising Stars will receive $5,000, access to professional events and a two-week writing residency at the ."
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Inanna Publications 1h
For , we're celebrating our recent list of exciting international language/territory rights sales! Authors include , , , Susan Glickman, and
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Living Hyphen Apr 17
We’re thrilled to team up with for an open mic night dedicated to experiences as hyphenated Canadians! If you're a writer, spoken word artist, or simply have a story to share about living in between cultures, join us! RSVP at
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Living Hyphen Apr 15
Replying to @livinghyphen
We hope to host many more workshops like these to cultivate a culture where BIPOC youth feel confident and compelled to share their very important stories! It’s such a powerful act of healing, resistance, and joy. ✨
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Justine Abigail Yu Apr 15
I’ve stalled on putting together Issue 2 of for a million and one reasons but a big one is because I’ve gotten a bit sidetracked putting together these in person events to really foster a sense of community.
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Living Hyphen Apr 15
Replying to @jennatennyuk
Facilitated by the wonderful , we dug deep into our creativity to share intimate stories around our identities. It was nerve-wracking at first, as writing often is, but it didn’t take long for us to ease into our voices!
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Mawenzi House Apr 22
Eight years after witnessing his mother and sisters murdered, Ermal is still haunted by those events. And he dreams of revenge. "The Thin Line" by is available now:
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Justine Abigail Yu Apr 15
Replying to @livinghyphen
I want to cultivate and support the culture of writing in the Greater Toronto Area (and beyond!) by and for youth of these underrepresented communities.
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Justine Abigail Yu Apr 15
Replying to @livinghyphen
The stories in ’s first issue were just so beautiful and personal, I felt like it needed to breathe for a bit before rushing into another issue. Those stories need to be honored in this really delicate way.
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Justine Abigail Yu Apr 15
Replying to @livinghyphen
Anyway, all this to say that beyond our publication, I hope hosts more workshops like these to cultivate a culture where BIPOC youth feel confident + compelled to share their very important stories!
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Mawenzi House Apr 20
In "The Harem" by Safia Fazlul, Farina is desperate to feel liberated. Her friend comes up with an irresistible business plan, but is the money worth it?
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Mawenzi House Apr 22
What happens when Ito Baraka is taken to a camp and forced to rat out his friends? Read "Descent into Night" by Edem Awumey:
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Living Hyphen Apr 15
Replying to @livinghyphen
And of course, deep thanks to @fireflycreativewriting for sharing their beautiful and cozy studio space with us!
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Living Hyphen Apr 15
Replying to @takingitglobal
We thank the Government of Canada, , and Canada Service Corps for generously supporting this initiative and helping us cultivate a culture of writing for diverse communities.
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The FOLD Apr 15
If you can’t come to FOLD 2019, or if you’ve got some extra $, consider donating a pass/tix. You can donate a festival pass, a day pass OR you can give a custom donation of any size - just scroll down to the bottom of the registration list and give, give, give!
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Living Hyphen Apr 15
Yesterday we hosted our first ever writing workshop with designed specifically for young Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour (BIPOC).
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Mawenzi House Apr 16
Looking for a short story collection to read? "Things She Could Never Have" by looks into the lives of modern Pakistanis from all walks of life:
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Living Hyphen Apr 16
We’ve still got the warm and fuzzies from this weekend’s BIPOC writing workshop at ! Dreaming, dreaming of more opportunities to connect our voices ✨💕
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