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MAY LUI READS HER POEM IN FIREWEED #75: THE MIXED RACE ISSUE

Hanging with May Lui to tape her reading her poem in FIREWEED #75: The Mixed Race Issue was a pleasure. ¬†We’ve known each other by face for years via Toronto Women’s Bookstore and other activist and reading events but we … Continue reading

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INTERVIEW WITH FIREWEED #75: THE MIXED RACE ISSUE CO-EDITOR MAY LUI

May Lui is a Toronto-based writer who is mixed-race, anti-racist, feminist and an all-around troublemaker. She blogs at maysie.ca, ranting and raving at any and all injustices and uses the f-bomb regularly. She’s been published in the Toronto Star, Fireweed … Continue reading

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FIREWEED #75: THE MIXED RACE ISSUE

FIREWEED #75: The Mixed Race Issue Edited by Lisa Amin Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha May Lui Reviewed by Jorge Antonio Vallejos Being mixed race always has its challenges: isolation, language barriers, not fitting in, not being ‘enough’, and the many forms … Continue reading

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