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Queer Between the Covers 2014

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Queer Between the Covers, Montreal’s annual queer book fair, is almost upon us!

Join us:

August 16th
11AM-6 PM

Comité social Centre-Sud
1710 rue Beaudry

Free entry, wheelchair-accessible venue.

Please note that the entrance to the book fair will be through the parking lot on the south side of the building!

Books and zines and snacks!

Childcare available
Wheelchair accessible
We are striving to make QBTC a scent-reduced space – please try to avoid wearing scented products (perfume, cologne, deodorant, etc)!

Please get in touch for more accessibility information!

QBtC aims to provide access to queer materials ...........READ MORE

Sci-Fi Against the Charter

Regular readers will know my love for speculative fiction in its various forms … so it is with great excitement that i’m calling your attention to this initiative against the racist Charter of Quebec Values the government has proposed:

With the debate on Quebec value charter, the news fed us with incredibly insane pop-fictions. Let’s turn those stories to frighten children upside down and push them further, let’s us imagine the reel impacts of their predications and admire what that could lead to : a muslim Quebec, a nudist Quebec, a kurdish Quebec, a facist Quebec, a Klingon Quebec, an ...........READ MORE


Dancing With Imperialism: A Red Army Faction Book Launch and Discussion in Montreal

Where: QPIRG Concordia, 1500 de Maisonneuve O., suite 204
When: Thursday, September 12 at 6:30pm


The long-awaited Volume 2 of the first-ever English-language study of the Red Army Faction—West Germany’s most well known urban guerillas—covering the period immediately following the organization’s near-total decimation in 1977. This work includes the details of the guerilla’s operations, and its communiqués and texts, from 1978 up until its 1984 offensive.

The Red Army Faction emerged from the student movement in West Germany in the 1960s. Adopting anti-imperialist politics inspired by struggles occurring in the Third World, and a ...........READ MORE