Monthly Archives: August 2015
I don’t believe that anyone is a write-off as a human. Especially not thousands of people. Yet, in the recent Hugo Awards, around 1,800 people voted for the slate of the Sad/Rabid Puppies. A group that most media outlets have … Continue reading
I’m going to be on a panel at the Word on the Street Toronto festival on Sunday September 27th. It’s being held at Harbourfront. I love Word on the Street. It’s a festival I’ve attended regularly for years. I’ve gone … Continue reading
Over the last couple of months, I’ve been taking a stand-up course. I did my first ever set in a small club on Monday, and I’ll be doing my grad show on Sunday (and then I’ll stop – it’s been … Continue reading
In Transferral, I’ve used the real locations of The Old Bailey and St. Bartholomew’s Hospital because, historically and geographically, they embody the connection between sickness and crime that is central to the book.