[Creating Space for Queer]

In the summer of 2018, the four of us got together at South House four times to have conversations about meanings of queerness, queer identity and community, and queer experiences. Each time we talked for about an hour, and then spent about an hour (and sometimes longer) sharing the space together and making art. We decided to make a zine as a keepsake and a record of the time we spent together, with bits and pieces of the art that came out of the conversations that we had, and quotes from the recordings of the conversations.

Anti Colonial Thanksgiving Dinner: 4th Annual Land Defenders from Six Nations and Tyendinaga Speak

Includes writings of speakers who spoke at Guelph's 4th Annual Anti-Colonial Thanksgiving Dinner. Speakers are Boots Powless and Skyler Williams from Six Nations, Jackie of the Mississaugas of the New Credit, Dan Doreen from Tyendinaga, and Sarah Dover from Toronto. All speak on efforts to defend their land, families, communities and culture.