A good news story for a change, and I love how happy the organizer is
A little good news for a change. From the Toronto Star;
I’m late posting this; the contest opened Sept 18, 2015 and will run until Dec. 20, 2015 and will be awarded in 2016. The contest is open to international entrants, not just Canadian or Torontonian.
Any Toronto O-Deckers might be interested in these; a horror event, and a diversity in sf/fantasy event.
Remember me? Your resident purple-haired fangirly derby lovin’ Torontonian? Well, I’m back and I hope to be more Kinjaly active!
Christina Gray is being called to the bar, and she is from the Lax Kw’alaams First Nation, a Tsimshian village in Northern British Columbia. She says “When I wear my blanket, I feel the strength of my community and ancestors with me, even though they may not be there physically.” - Globe and Mail
The Merril Collection of Science Fiction, Speculation and Fantasy will be hosting the 2015 Academic Conference on Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy. This event is co-sponsored by the English Department of York University and the Friends of the Merril Collection.
The Merril Collection of Science Fiction, Speculation and Fantasy hosts a yearly show and sale of vintage pulp magazines and other out of print material. Vendors come from Canada and US for this event. A goldmine for collectors of pulp magazines and vintage paperbacks, like Ace Doubles. Pass the word if you know of a…
I know it’s not out until Christmas, but I’m all tingly!!
As part of Toronto Public Library's "Eh List" series; Authors Andrew Pyper (Damned) and Craig Davidson AKA Nick Cutter (The Deep) in conversation with The Toronto Star critic Deb Dundas. They'll be discussing the new anthology "The Dark Side II: Highway of Horror", which they contributed to.
The Merril Collection of Science Fiction, Speculation and Fantasy, Toronto Public Library will be hosting some events in March.
and I say that as someone who has always lived here; Toronto has been named the best city in the world to live in, by the Economist. I mean; I think it's just fine to live in, but the best?
Municipal elections are tomorrow and this could be Toronto's new mayor.
I'm visiting in August, and Manlover and I are planning our trip. Please tell me all about it, Torontians. Torontites. Whatever you are called.
This year Toronto hosted World Pride, an event that saw more than 12,000 registered walkers for the main parade on Sunday.
The Merril Collection of the Toronto Public Library is hosting a panel on LGBT issues in speculative fiction for World Pride.
World Pride is going to be a helluva lot of fun this year!
The average cost of a single home in April was $965,000. Kill me.
Last official word was that he went to Chicago to go to rehab, but he did not stay there!
Two events are coming up at the Lillian H Smith library that are gonna rock your world: