Posted by on 3 November 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

I’m honoured to be appearing at Naked Heart Festival, which is coming up very soon. Staged right here in Toronto, Naked Heart is the world’s largest LGBTQ literary festival. It’s produced by Glad Day Lit, which runs Glad Day Bookshop, the world’s oldest LGBTQ bookstore. (This bookstore has been a wonderful supporter of my work right from when I first arrived in Toronto in 2013—this was even before Look Who’s Morphing was published in Canada.)

This year’s festival runs from Friday November 11 to Sunday November 13. The program is packed with so many excellent writers and events—check out the program here! I’m also really happy with how I’ve been programmed. On Saturday November 12, I’ll be speaking about the writerly version of Imposter Syndrome. The next day, I’ll be reading on religion (which means that I’ll be giving a reading from my novel-in-progress). Details below:

You are Enough: How We Deal With The Voices That Tell Us We Are Amateurs and Imposters

With Hannah Harris-Sutro, Johnnie Walker, Michaela Washburn, Samuel R. Delany and Tom Cho

Saturday November 12th, 2pm-3:15pm

Buddies in Bad Times Theatre
12 Alexandra Street, Toronto (view Google map)

$5 or FREE with a Naked Heart Festival pass

ASL will be provided for this panel. The space and washrooms are wheelchair accessible.

Facebook event details here

 

Faith Full: Readings on Faith & Spirituality

With El-Farouk Khaki, Farzana Doctor, Jaene F. Castrillon, Michaela Washburn and Tom Cho

Sunday November 13th, 12-1:15pm

Glad Day Bookshop
499 Church Street, Toronto (view Google map)

$5 or FREE with a Naked Heart Festival pass

The space and washrooms are wheelchair accessible. Food and drink will be available for purchase at this venue.

Facebook event details here

If you’ll be in Toronto, I hope to see you around at the festival!

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