Books tagged: Gay & Lesbian

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Disintegrate/Dissociate

By Arielle Twist

Winner, Indigenous Voices Award; finalist, Publishing Triangle Award for Trans and Gender-Variant Literature

In her powerful debut collection of poetry, Arielle Twist unravels the complexities of human relationships after death and metamorphosis. In these spare yet powerful poems, ... Read more

even this page is white

By Vivek Shraya

Publishing Triangle Award for Trans and Gender-Variant Literature winner

Lambda Literary Award finalist

Longlisted for Canada Reads

As a writer, musician, performance artist, and filmmaker, Vivek Shraya has, over the course of the last few years, established herself as a tour de ... Read more

For the Boy with the Eyes of the Virgin

By John Barton

Drawn from nine collections published over thirty years, the thirty-eight poems in this retrospective reveal the poetic accomplishments of John Barton. In this collection, which is introduced by R. M Vaughan, Barton explores the role of love in contemporary society, the complexity ... Read more

Freda & Jem's Best of the Week

By Lois Fine

Jem is a self-described butch dyke from Montreal who always imagined spending her life in bars and having multiple flings. When she meets Freda, a woman who exposes Jem’s vulnerabilities, her preconceived notions of who she is become moot as she finds herself partnered in ... Read more

full-metal indigiqueer

By Joshua Whitehead

This poetry collections focuses on a hybridized Indigiqueer Trickster character named Zoa who brings together the organic (the protozoan) and the technologic (the binaric) in order to re-beautify and re-member queer Indigeneity. This Trickster is a Two-Spirit / Indigiqueer invention ... Read more

fur(l) parachute

By Shannon Maguire

fur(l) parachute claims as its surrogate the Old English poem "Wulf and Eadwacer." Declining from a mutant echo of this 19 line fragment that appears in the 10thC Exeter Manuscript as a text that might be a riddle, or an example of a woman's lament, or even a broken elegy, the ... Read more

Gertrude and Alice

By Evalyn Parry & Anna Chatterton
With Karin Randoja

Visiting the audience in the present day, Gertrude and Alice come to find out how history has treated them. The couple recounts stories of their forty-year relationship; of meetings with iconic artists and writers; and of Alice’s overwhelming, consuming devotion to Gertrude’s ... Read more

Girls with Stone Faces, The

By Arleen Paré

A long poem memorializing the art and lives of sculptors Frances Loring and Florence Wyle.

 

Arleen Paré, in her first book-length poem after her Governor General Literary Award-winning Lake of Two Mountains, turns her cool, benevolent eye to the shared lives of Florence Wyle ... Read more