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ALEC BUTLER READS HIS POEM “STOLEN LAND”

Meeting with Alec Butler for this special week was cool.  We laughed, shared ideas, talked politics and relationships and books.   Books! Alec Butler has a ton of books and he’s read almost all of them.  In his interview with … Continue reading

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BCP HONOURS TRANS DAY OF REMEMBRANCE WITH TRANS POETS S. MCDONALD AND REVEREND CINDY BOURGEOIS READING THEIR POETRY

S. McDonald is one of Canada’s most talented poets.  A true performer, McDonald knows how to work a crowd of people whether at the Rhubarb Festival or a park full of passersby.   McDonald writes of life experiences straight from … Continue reading

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BCP HONOURS TRANS DAY OF REMEMBRANCE: INTERVIEW WITH TRANS POET S. MCDONALD

S. McDonald was born, raised, and continues to relentlessly live in Toronto.  Ze grew up in pre-gentrification Cabbagetown and Regent Park. Ze is the love child of Christine Jorgensen & John Rechy & the spiritual godchild of Jacqueline Susann, and … Continue reading

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