Split Tooth, Lettres en forêt urbaine, All Systems Red, Les brutes et la punaise, and more: there have been so many good books read this year!
The blogging challenge is back for the month of June! Decolonial feminism, political changes, a superb debunking of Jordan Peterson, and the report on the genocide of Indigenous women and girls in Québec and Canada.
This week, we look at Ryan McMahon's rending podcast about the unsolved murder of Indigenous teenagers in Thunder Bay, a "debate" on the existence of "state racism" in France, and end with the extraordinary poem "The Palace" by Kaveh Akbar.
Here's the round-up from between the 30th of March and the 12th of April, 2019.
This week's biweekly round-up: an interview back in December with Angela Davis, the latest Sandy&Nora podcast episode, ancient Roman history, and more.
Girth is the first book by Tara McGowan-Ross, a Mi'kmaw poet and philosopher who lives in Montréal, and who I met in the Creative Writing at Concordia University.