Any Other Way Reading Series | #4 Scenes & Spaces

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Coach House Books says
Join us and the fine folx at Glad Day Bookshop as we host the Any Other Way Reading Series. Each Tuesday in July, we'll feature Any Other Way: How Toronto Got Queer's contributors who are also some of the city's biggest and brightest voices on queer culture - past, present and, and future.

PANEL 4 | SCENES & SPACES

Featuring:

Jane Farrow was the first executive director of Jane's Walk. For ten years she worked as a CBC Radio One host and producer on such programs as The Sunday Edition and Q. Spacing Magazine named Jane one of the 10 People We Love in their 10 Year Anniversary Issue, The Toronto Community Foundation recognized Jane's contribution to urban resiliency with a Vital People Award in 2010, and In 2014 she was honoured with a Lifetime Achievement LGBTQ Inspire Award.

Sarah Liss is an award-winning writer, editor, and occasional music columnist, and the author of Army of Loves (Coach House Books, 2013), a community history of the late artist and civic hero Will Munro. Her work has appeared in The Walrus, Toronto Life, Hazlitt, the Globe and Mail, and Maclean's, among other publications. She lives in Toronto with her family.

Alex McClelland was born and raised in downtown Toronto. He is currently a PhD student studying criminology. He has developed a range of collaborative writing, academic, artistic projects on issues of criminalization, sexual autonomy, surveillance, drug liberation, and the construction of knowledge on HIV. He was a drag queen in his past life.

Kurt Mungal is a Toronto-based event planner, marketer, and reality TV addict. He works as senior account manager for YellowHouse Events, a boutique agency located in the Distillery District, and actively supports the development and growth of queer spaces in Toronto.

Christine Sismondo is teaching Toronto's gay and lesbian bars inthe Cold War era for her history doctorate at York University. She is a frequent contributor to the Toronto Star and the Globe and Mail and the author of America Walks into a Bar: A Spirited History of Taverns, Saloons, Speakeasies and Grog Shops.
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By: Coach House Books