Catherine Hernandez is a writer and theatre practitioner. As a past columnist for the National Post and the former head of Factory Theatreâ??s Education/Outreach/Publicity program, she has also worked as a marketer/publicist/educator for Native Earth Performing Arts, Theatre Passe Muraille, bcurrent, Carlos Bulosan Theatre, and others. Singkil, which premiered as part of Factory Theatreâ??s 2006/07 season, has garnered seven Dora Mavor Moore award nominations, including Best New Play, Independent Division. She is currently working on her newest play, Kilt Pins, and presenting her one-woman puppet show, Eating With Lola.
This week we read some poetry, learned about feminist festivals, and tons more In Review.
This edition of Jules' Tools talks Scarborough (the city) and Scarborough (the novel) with debut novelist and award-winning playwright Catherine Hernandez.
Welcome to this New Year, new you edition of Jules’ Tools for Social Change: Julia's serving up five books that'll help you be a more intersectionally feminist reader this year. As she puts it: "Won't you join me in reading books from more Indigenous writers, more writers ... Read more
The week we cheered about the Canada Reads longlist, learned more about book-binding a la publisher Biblioasis, and tried two cocktail recipes.
This week is a taste of literary things to come: exciting festivals, readings (both conventional and not) and a special event at Montreal's Holocaust Memorial Centre.
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