Tuesday October 28th
Everyone’s invited to the launch of two interesting reserach books: Pain and Prejudice: What Science Can Learn about Work from the People that Do It by Karen Messing (BTL), and Troubling Care: Critical Perspectives on Research and Practices edited by Pat Armstrong, Susan Braedley (CSPI).
This is a free workshop for folks working in the non-profit sector that will focus on improving two advanced group facilitation scills: strategies to increase participation, and facilitation strategies for controversial topics and purposefully disruptive participants. Presented by BAD SUBJECT, a grassroots initiative dealing with rape culture.
more indie events after the jump!
Wednesday, October 29th
A lecture and presentation on 3D printers with Daniel Southwick.
A stunning line up of readers! R. Kolewe, Michael Lista, Mike Spry, Jess Taylor
Thursday, October 30th
Another Story Bookshop and Beit Zeitoun proudly present the book launch for Captive Revolution: Palestinian Women’s Anti-Colonial Struggle Within the Israeli Prison System by Nahla Abdo. Followed by a discussion with Himani Bannerji, David Mcnally, Alan Sears.
Come dressed as your favorite feminist/queer/anti-racist theorist! And support Theory Boner zine compiled by Jenna Lee Forde and Mary Tremonte!
Saturday, November 1
Rifle through the queer past and find some invaluable artifacts from the Canadian Gay and Lesbian Archive’s collection! They’ll be selling duplicate materials for obscenely low prices.
CAAAAAAAAAAANZINE! It’s here! It’s here! 200+ zine vendors, panel discussion on zines, politics, and print vs. digital, a live book pitch, a live zine-making race, readers, art rooms, contests, and so much more! We can’t wait to see you there.
A café meet up for writers— write for 25 minutes, social break, write for 25 minutes, social break, repeat until you’re flattened.