OUR SUNDAY LINKS

Sunday 25, 2016

by Brett

This week I saw a baby blue El Camino, exactly the same as the one Beyoncé rides in “Formation,” driving around Saskatoon, and I really thought for a second it might be her. It wasn’t. My whole week has been this underwhelming. I hope yours was better.

  • It was another sad week for feminist and queer women’s media, as we said goodbye to AfterEllen. In this piece Autostraddle’s Editor-in-Chief Riese Bernard morns AfterEllen and thinks about the future of queer women’s media.
  • Room Magazine is printing an anthology of diverse Canadian literature; if you’ve got twenty dollars, a passion for CanLit and a love for feminist publishing, pre-order your copy now.
  • Happy Fourth Birthday to Decolonization! Celebrate with a revisit to their first issue.
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