Our Sunday Links

If you’re queer or trans, I’m wishing you a happy pride! Less in the gay capitalist way, of course, and more in the I’m so proud of you for being resistant and resilient way. I hope you basked (and continue to bask) in all the glory of your friendships and communities this week.

 

This week in books: preorder Lindsay Nixon’s nîtisânak! And while you’re at it, request your local library get a copy of Vivek Shraya’s I’m Afraid of Men.

Them has been honoring Queeroes! These profiles are so fun, I highly recommend checking them out.

Stone Butch Blues is Kaitlyn Greenidge’s pick for best book of 2018.

How queer can mainstream lit get?

Arielle Twist thinks queerness and translation alongside Lou Sheppard’s installation and performance work.

MICE Magazine’s fourth issue OPACITIES is here.

For those of you in Toronto, here’s a event about detoxifying masculinity as a way to end gender-based violence.

Journalist Donna Minkowitz apologized for the way she broke the story of Brandon Teena’s murder by revisiting it.

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