Sarah Liss is The Grid 's music columnist and culture editor. Her writing has appeared in a number of places, including Toronto Life, The Walrus, Maisonneuve, CBC.ca and Flare, and onstage at Nightwood Theatre. Her piece 'A Force of Will,' a love letter to deceased Toronto artist Will Munro published in The Grid, was nominated for a National Magazine Award in 2013.
Look east for this week's literary events: there's a lot of signings happening in Newfoundland and St. John's this weekend.
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We don’t know about you, but the modern pentathlon seems exhausting. Like, makes us want to sit down and take a nap just thinking about it. What is the pentathlon, you ask? We had to do some research as well. The modern pentathlon is actually meant to stimulate the diverse ... Read more
Welcome to this month’s edition of Jules’ Tools for Social Change, a column that features a book, author or publisher whose work deals with issues of race, gender, sexuality, ability, colonialism, economic justice, or other social justice topics.
Autumn brings with it many fine things: sweaters and their butch counterparts, sweater-vests; the return of the school year; the only season with an alias (a.k.a. 'fall'). Most importantly, though, it heralds a new season of titles from publishers across Canada, and All Lit ... Read more
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