Book Review :: I’m Not Naked (Anymore)

I’m Not Naked (anymore) by Sonya Côté really took me by surprise. I can honestly say that I haven’t binge read a book, like I did with this one, in a very long time. I don’t want to say that I was surprised that I would enjoy it, because after reading the jacket I had a pretty good idea that it would be right up my alley.. and it really was. We walk with Sonya, through the chapters of her… Read More

Book Review:: A Little Book of Craftivism

I am taking another trip deep into my bookcase this evening to review another one of my favourite books on the subject of ‘Craftivism‘. It is written by  Craftivist Collective founder and author of the new book ‘How To Be A Craftivist‘, Sarah Corbett. I am presently reading her current title and am looking forward to an interview with Sarah once I have finished the book. The book I am reviewing today is called ‘A Little Book of Craftivism‘ and… Read More

Blood & Glass

I was very honoured to be asked to be a judge at the most recent Indie Week celebrations in Toronto, Ontario. Over the course of the festival, I judged three separate events throughout the city, ending at the Baby G on Dundas Street, where we judged 4 bands. One of which was Blood and Glass, fronted by Lisa Iwanycki-Moore, with Morgan Moore on bass, Robbie Kuster on drums, and Melanie Belair on violin. Add a Comment Share

Ambivalently Yours

I would like to introduce you to the hardest working artist on the internet and beyond, Ambivalently Yours. It is an anonymous project “created to facilitate the exploration of feminist convictions by embracing ambivalent emotions.” The project started in 2011 on Tumblr with a series of drawings that were just meant as a distraction from a mundane day job and eventually turned into something else when several of these drawings went viral. Ever since, the project has blossomed. There have been 6… Read More