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Archive for October, 2006

Nobody Passes, darling

The lovely mattilda, editor of Nobody Passes, has begun blogging.

December 7th: Nobody Passes Launch, San Francisco, CA

Thursday, December 7th, 7 pm
City Lights Bookstore

Matthew Bernstein Sycamore (a.k.a. Mattilda) and guests discussing Nobody Passes: Rejecting the Rules of Gender and Conformity, published by Seal Press

Nobody Passes is a collection of essays that confronts and challenges the very notion of belonging. By examining the perilous intersections of identity, categorization, and community, contributors challenge […]

November 15: Misunderstandings Magazine Launch, Toronto, ON

“The 5th issue of Misunderstandings Magazine is hot off the presses & we are preparing to launch. Under new creative control, The Diamond Cherry Reading Series has kindly welcomed us back on Wednesday November 15, 2006. The launch will take place at a new venue, the Renaissance Café (Danforth just west of Woodbine)- at 8 […]

Early Reviews for Nobody Passes

“Smart, sassy, and long overdue, this collection of essays by Mattilda and hur badass posse of evil geniuses gleefully demolishes the smug propriety that lurks within most contemporary debates about gender and diversity. What a breath of fresh air!”
—Susan Stryker, transgender activist, historian, and filmmaker
“In this beautiful, surprising collection of essays, Mattilda brings together the […]

Misunderstandings Magazine: Volume 5

Misunderstanding Magazine Issue 5 will soon be available for $3.00 at Pages Books and Magazines (256 Queen St. West, Toronto) and This Ain’t The Rosedale Library (483 Church St., Toronto).

Launch: In the Dark, Tightrope Books

In the Dark
Stories from the Supernatural
Tightrope Books
October 20th, 2006
The Savannah Room
294 College St.
(College and Spadina)
Doors open at 7:00 pm
Band Diablo Red plays at 7:30 pm
Readings begin at 8:00 pm
DJ Louis Calabro throughout the evening
No Admission
Contributors to In the Dark:
Sandra Kasturi, Catherine Graham, J.Y.T. Kennedy, J.H. Korda, Dennis E. Bolen, Priscila Uppal, Pelayo Mutate, Katherine King, […]