THANKS!

Good morning! We are taking a break from links this week, but we will back next Sunday. In the meantime, we’d like to thank our generous donors. With your support in 2016, we’ve been able to produce our LOVE Issue, our FUTURES Issue, incredible blog content, a beautiful new website, throw two amazing dance parties, and, of course, bring you your weekly links. As we begin 2017, we believe the need for bold, thoughtful, and independent feminist publishing is urgent. We’re so grateful you feel the same.

Here’s a list of our donors. THANK YOU:

Canada Arts Council
Ontario Arts Council
Hannah Hunter
Jenn McElroy
Jenna Hildebrand
Abby Kidd
Laura Ishiguro
Jason Purcell
Rob Jackson
Kate
Davis Carr
Sean O’Brien
Martha Hunter
Kaarina
Maureen
Lisa Dawn Hamilton
Meredith Snyder
Erin Murray
Marcelle Kosman
Theodore Fox
Dana Holtby
Anna Zhyn
Craig Sauvé
Delaine Tiniakos-Doran
Natalie Childs
Cynthia Spring
Ryan Lum
Blair Elliott
Sarah Wilkin
Nicole Maunsell
Jacob Baker-Kretzmar
Kim Bosch
Jenny Reich
Emma Childs
BB
Melissa Dalgleish
Fiona Wood
Jonathan Carroll
Melissa Baldwin
Arkanite
Eleni Loutas
Eva-Lynn Jagoe
Melanie Phillips
Caleb Langille
Anna Bongiovanni
L. Langille
Rebekah Hutten
Jacqueline Vincent
Ned Zimmerman
Meags Fitzgerald
Mitchell Hopkins
Orion Keresztesi
Geoffrey-Max Halparin
and many more anonymous donors

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