“The way you treat yourself sets the standard for others”
Tin Man is a slow-moving novel that focuses more on analyzing emotion and past memories than living current experiences, but Winman revels in this languid approach.
Sabrina Benaim is a Canadian writer, performance and teaching artist. She was a member of the Canadian championship-winning 2014 Toronto Poetry Slam team, & in 2015, she represented Toronto at the Women Of The World Poetry Slam.
“I would thank you, but we both know you don’t deserve it.”
If you can’t tell, I kind of liked Francisco’s work. I read things that hit so close they stunned me. Literally took the breath out of my lungs and stopped me in my tracks.
It’s difficult to make the intricacies of trial sound interesting, but Margolin excelled with his real-world experience as a criminal defence lawyer until 1996. That really shone through here and made the story come alive.
From April 18 to May 14, the Belfry Theatre will present Alice Munro Stories – featuring two of Munro’s celebrated short stories – Differently (from Friend of My Youth, 1990) and Save the Reaper (from The Love of a Good Woman, 1998) – in an all new theatrical format, word for word.
If you know me at all, then you know I love to read but don’t get around to it nearly as much as I would like. I’ve… Read more “Roundup – January’s 5 Star Reads”
I am thrilled that we are able to present such a strong body of works by female artists this February. At The Cultch we are always mindful of gender equality and it was really important to me that we highlighted some of the amazing performance being created by women. The works that we have programmed are as different as the people that perform them, which is why I strongly suggest that you should see all three and attend our book launch and panel discussion on February 9. Come and enjoy these works of courage and innovation with us.
I recently got to interview Danica Sheard, author of Love Game her debut novella. Self described as “a dreamer, an explorer, a thinker, an analyzer, a slave to… Read more “Interview With Debut Novelist, Danica Sheard”