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Dressed as in a Painting: An interview with Kimberly Wahl

Dressed as in a Painting: An interview with Kimberly Wahl

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October 10, 2013 · 4:31 pm

Properties of the Past

For Maisonneuve.com: Properties of the Past

An interview with Rutu Modan

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July 25, 2013 · 1:33 pm

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For Broken Pencil: A review of The Reasonable Ogre

The new issue of Broken Pencil is out now, with a review I wrote of Mike Barnes’s The Reasonable Ogre, Tales for the Sick and Well, and lots of amazing pieces, including a great cover story about prison zines by Ashleigh Gaul.

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She Does The City Highlights, September 2012: Ira Glass, Jian Ghomeshi, Evan Penny, Dolorous Jewellery, Young Lions Music Club, Instagram Bingo and more

Massey Hall presents Reinventing Radio: An evening with Ira Glass.

A Q & A with Toronto sculptor Evan Penny.

Jian Ghomeshi’s book launch at The Opera House. Continue reading

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For Broken Pencil: A review of Westlake Soul by Rio Youers

“To believe in a world without limits, you have to inherently trust your protagonist.” My review of Westlake Soul, a novel by Rio Youers, in the latest edition of Broken Pencil magazine.

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For She Does The City: Summer Reading List


SDTC’s summer reading list, featuring picks from myself, Zoe from The Drake, Caitlin from Fashion Magazine, and SDTC fashion intern Natasha. READ ON!

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The Beat Hotel

“What’s poetry?” asked Kerouac. “Everything,” Gregory replied.

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The Instructions

 

 

 

“Keep your fucken eyes sleepy, Gurion, and speak.”

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For She Does The City: When Detmar met Isabella, an interview with Detmar Blow

In 2007, the art and fashion world was shocked by the suicide of Isabella Blow. An iconic figure in her bright red lipstick, gravity-defying Philip Treacy hats, and armorial, avant garde ensembles, Isabella ended a life long battle with depression in the same way as her husband’s father, drinking poison. Detmar Blow, her partner for 18 years, pays tribute to his wife’s artistic vision and emotional struggles in a new book, Blow by Blow. Edited by Tom Sykes, husband of Issie’s fellow Voguette and once-assistant, Plum, the book moves at a fast clip through Issie’s tragic childhood, raucous youth, and veritable storming of the international fashion scene, but never shies away from the painful reality of the swinging pendulum of manic depression. Read more on She Does The City…

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