Posted by on 30 May 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

The program for Proud Voices, Glad Day Bookshop’s literary season for Pride Toronto, has now been released. There are many great events in the program, including a reading I’ll be appearing at (with a line-up that I’m especially excited about!). Glad Day Bookshop, Toronto’s LGBTQ bookshop (and the world’s oldest LGBTQ bookshop) has been a great supporter of my work since my early days in Canada, and it’s always a pleasure to be at Glad Day events, whether I’m behind the microphone or not.

This event has the theme of bricolage. This means that I could read practically my entire body of work (but I’ll instead read for 8-10 minutes). Here are the details from the Facebook event:

Proud Voices: Bricolage

Bricolage – A Mix of Genre and Style

Bricolage: “ n. the construction or creation from a diverse range of available things”. Genre, gender and grace, building up and breaking down. A night of readings that cross more than one boundary.

Andrew Gurza
jiaqing wilson-yang
Patricia Wilson
Tom Cho
Trish Salah

June 14, 9pm-10:30pm
Glad Day Bookshop, 499 Church St, Toronto

Pride Toronto supports Proud Voices through partnership and funding.

This is an all ages event. The entrance & washroom are wheelchair accessible. We ask that you be scent-free at this event. Info on how to be scent free:

Please check the Glad Day Bookshop website for details of all the events at the Glad Day, including events for Pride.