Hot Take-Aways on the media of the minute, on Indigenous land rights, women’s health, and diasporic identity.
Hot Take-Aways: artists under surveillance, critiquing erasure in research, and overusing online anachronisms.
Hot Take-Aways is a weekly roundup of the most interesting media of the minute (to me, at least).
Welcome to Hot Take-Aways, take 4! This featured image is terrifying and confusing and so is life, so why not click this link?
The third and gaggiest instalment of my media criticism series is here! Also, Hot Take-Aways is now available as a newsletter. Prepare to scream.
Welcome to week #2 of Hot Take-aways! Here’s a fun and funky review of what I’ve been reading and hearing. Click it while it’s hot!
A hot, sexy, analytical review of the things I read this week (roughly). The first of a series!
I wrote for CANADALAND about the failures of limited narratives, why it’s vital to have transgender writers when covering transgender topics, and why we need to stop talking about pronouns and start talking about poverty.
I co-hosted Episode #143 of the CANADALAND Short Cuts podcast, and talked with Jesse about free speech scares, bad paper policies, and what’s worth debating on provincially-subsidized television.
I wrote for A.Side about Sam Smith, the pressure of publicity, and giving nonbinary people the opportunity to tell our own stories on our terms.