• Road to Riverdale: Penguin Random House Canada Screening Event

    Road to Riverdale: Penguin Random House Canada Screening Event0

    • January 29, 2017

    This past Friday, Penguin Random House Canada invited me to their offices for a screening of the first episode of the new CW show, Riverdale. It’s a modern take on the iconic Archie characters set in their small town of Riverdale and attendees were encouraged to dress up in either 1950s garb or as the Archie

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  • To All the Cons We Loved This Year

    To All the Cons We Loved This Year0

    I went to a lot of cons this year. So many cons. I attended SDCC for the first time, flew to New York for the second year of FlameCon, did some shopping at TCAF, some press and panels at FanExpo, and covered several of Toronto’s hundred-odd film festivals. I’m not a fan of cons, generally, especially

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  • Let Me Live Through You: Go To Safari Festival

    Let Me Live Through You: Go To Safari Festival0

    Safari Festival is August 27th–this upcoming Saturday. And, it being in London, which is far away and tricksy once you get there, I can’t go. Can you go? If you want to, you should. Here’s the sell! Safari is run by Breakdown Press. Like their comic output, it is curated. Breakdown Press are the sort of people

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  • Line-ups and Lock-ups at the #BelleReveTO Suicide Squad Exhibit

    Line-ups and Lock-ups at the #BelleReveTO Suicide Squad Exhibit0

    • August 2, 2016

    I take my job as the ear-to-the-ground or pulse-checker (whatever floats your boat) of pop culture very seriously and when I heard there was a some kind of Suicide Squad promo exhibit, I jumped at the chance to get locked up at Belle Reve sanatorium. Decided to be @womenoncomics' #BelleReveTO correspondent on this sweaty day. pic.twitter.com/L8mBm59zjC

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  • White Pine Awards & Toronto’s Reading Festivities

    White Pine Awards & Toronto’s Reading Festivities0

    • May 24, 2016

    On May 17th, I got up early and made my way down to Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre for the first day of the Festival of Trees. It’s a two day literary festival, with a third day in French, and has expanded to satellite events in Sault Ste. Marie and London, Ontario. It’s put together by the

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  • TCAF 2016: Festival Diary

    TCAF 2016: Festival Diary0

    I love the Toronto Comic Arts Festival (TCAF) and I’ve gone every year since 2013. The 2016 festival was fantastic and I’m still recovering from the exciting things that went down. TCAF is a free event that focuses on independent comics and creators with guests from not only Canada but all over the world. Its primary location is in

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