Over 40 Artists Delight With Their Zines, Comics, Prints
Papier Marché, a new literary and visual art print market centered around independent artists had its first edition on Sept. 7 and 8. The market gathered over 40 writers and visual artists selling affordable and diverse prints, zines, comic books, and posters in what used to ironically be an Urban Outfitters on St. Denis St.
The Literature and Art Fair Has Been Going on for 12 Years
On Aug. 18, as many were getting ready to participate in the Pride parade, some queer book enthusiasts had another rendezvous scheduled.
Montreal Couple’s Business Is Sexy and Comfortable for Everyone
Masha Smushkevitch and Will Desjardins think that all bodies should get to wear nice panties. The partners are co-founders of Wicked Mmm, a Montreal-based lingerie brand bringing handmade underwear for everyone.
Montreal Pop Duo Releases New Retrowave EP
Following the release of their sophomore album Deception Bay last year, Montreal duo Milk & Bone is back with four new songs on an extended play titled Dive, released May 24. This project marks a new collaboration between Milk & Bone and Alex Lustig, a producer from Antwerp, Belgium who has worked with artists such as Drake and Young Thug in the past.
The Third Edition Found Its Groove at the Playwrights’ Workshop Montreal
“All of us who grapple with not being seen, or deal with intersectionality around our queerness—it felt like we had voices this year, and we were seen,” said Corrina Hodgson, co-founder of the Rose festival.
Volunteer-Ran, the Cozy, Comfortable Space Celebrates One Year
Café Velours may look like any other place offering a warm and cozy environment to study, work, or meet your friends. But this Villeray coffee shop stands out—Café Velours is run by an energetic team of volunteers who strive to serve the queer community they love, and provide a space where everyone can express themselves and feel safe.
Journalists Reflect on The Future of The Beat and Where It’s Going
Investigations into poor working conditions have become rare in Canada. With few labour reporters left in mainstream news media, the beat has diminished over the last 25 years, but many still have hope in its future.