Monday, February 9
Sabrina is the special guest for this special Monday edition of Toronto’s Poetry Slam. Bring 3 poems to slam! 7:30 sign ups.
A new three day festival highlighting queer documentaries including The New Black, Laxmi, Project Bolo, Zero DEgrees of Separation and Solo.
Tuesday, February 10
The kick off for Glad Day’s book club has chosen Staceyann Chin’s memoir The Other Side of Paradise for its first meeting. Light refreshments included!
This month’s readers include Faith Arkorful, Michalle Brown, F. A. Meier and Noor Naga.
Cynthia Gould hosts this special Valentine’s edition, presenting Clara Blackwood, DAve Silverberg, Josh Smith, Nicole Brewer and Rahul Gupta. And of course, the open mic!
Wednesday, February 11
A Black History Month reading and showcase including poetry, dance, and art and a selection of vendors.
Coping and thriving in this crazy, interconnected, busy, wacky world is the topic of Christina Crook’s new book. Launch includes a pop-up post office! What!
We’ve all been there. Online dating is kind of the best worst. Bring your conversations and pass them off to a couple of actors to play the parts. Bound to be hilarious and very very crowded.
Ken Babstock headlines with help from David B. Goldstein and Sheniz Janmohamed.
Trish salah, Rosanna Deerchild, Chimwemwe Undi and so many more amazing readers and performers at this open mic night dedicated to hearing from queer and trans people of colour.
Thursday, February 12
Friday, February 13
HERE is a new feminist letter writing society/journal at U of T. Come support them by dressing up as a witch on everyone’s favorite unluckly day!
Saturday, February 14
Celebrating Pink Triangle Day! Eekum Seekum plays an all lounge cover set of their own songs. Queer Slow Dance to follow with dance cards, games, a kissing booth and more!
It’s Valentines! Get your slowdance on with the help of dancecards, designated dancers, and groovy DJs!
Sunday, February 15
It’s Black history Month! Come celebrate with readers Rudy Fearon, Olive Senior, Cathy Petch and Marcia Johnson.