Queer Toronto Magazine featured my essay on the ‘Happy Endings’ I found in Schitt’s Creek back in August… The start of my journey (love that journey for me) as a queer person starts some sixteen years ago in a video store in Montreal. In my mind now I’ve renamed that video store Rose Video and…… Continue reading Finding Queer Happy Endings in Schitt’s Creek
My book, ‘Love That Journey For Me, The Queer Revolution of Schitt’s Creek’ is out now. Published by 404 Ink, as part of their Inklings series, a brand new non-fiction series of books that capture big ideas in a compact way. Love That Journey For Me dives deep into the cultural sensation of Canadian comedy-drama…… Continue reading Love That Journey For Me: The Queer Revolution of Schitts Creek- out now!
Previously I wrote about what teaching in these strange times has given me- both as an academic and as a human. And so, it also seems right that I write about what learning at the same time did for me. 12 weeks ago, I started a course with the University of Alberta. And for the…… Continue reading What Learning Again Taught Me: Indigenous Studies MOOC with University of Alberta