“We’re Not Chasing Money, We’re Chasing a Good Time”
It’s a fucking good time, and it’s been going on for five years now—Le Cypher is a dance party, a live hip-hop show, a jam session, a stage where talented artists deploy their mastery.
Fans of ‘The Marrow Thieves’ Flock to D&Q to Celebrate ‘Empire of Wild’
Cherie Dimaline talks about overcoming high expectations and how unpreparedness led her to her newest novel.
“Things That Sound Like Frogs But With a Sinister Edge”
A chilling poem to carry around today.
Between Montreal and Quebec City, Hannah Blair Has Always Lived “Along the River”
On the day Hannah Blair was born, the St. Lawrence River froze—a foreshadowing of the close relationship she went on to develop with the ubiquitous body of water while growing up.
“I Couldn’t Imagine These Books Not Existing in the World,” said Ashley Obscura
“I couldn’t imagine these books not existing in the world—they fit the vision I have for this press so perfectly and expand it, too. When I started reading those books, I couldn’t stop. Time stopped.”
Lesbian History and Art and Its Effects on Mondern Queer Life
A lesbian and queer dialogue was held on Sunday evening at l’Euguélionne, a feminist bookstore in the Gay Village.
Hot Pick of the Week: Saturday Night Dance Party At The Ritz
Welcome to The Link’s second Fringe Cal published this year. Still here? Cool. Here’s what’s good around the city between Oct. 30 and Nov. 5.
“Facebook Is in Love With Your Language. It Wants Your Minds,” said Concordia Alumnus David Jhave Johnston
“It’s incomprehensible, it’s a big wall, it’s like a cliff, and then it begins to change super fast,” said David Jhave Johnston. “The cursor works like a chisel at 6 a.m. in the silence.”
Poetry, Prose Dipped in Internet Culture & Aesthetics Take Over Brasserie Beaubien
Bad Books, the sister press of the quarterly literary magazine Bad Nudes, just released the publication’s first anthology.
Local Femme & Non-Binary Performers Delight At Infemous
“I’m going to continue building her,” said Sarah Swinwood about the first time she performed her sketch character Barb Durguss at the comedy show Too Busy for Spooks on Oct. 19.