Tag Archives: trans literature

Trish Salah’s Poetry Collection WANTING IN ARABIC: Why to Read It, and How

Have you ever read something that felt too smart for you? Winnipeg-based writer Trish Salah’s poetry collection Wanting In Arabic was like that for me, especially when I first picked it up. I’ve actually had quite a few unsuccessful starts … Continue reading

Posted in Poetry, Queer, Trans Feminine, Transgender | Tagged , , , , , | 8 Comments

Sybil Lamb’s I’ve Got a Time Bomb: A Review of an Unreviewable Book

The only way for me to begin a review of Ottawa-born Sybil Lamb’s novel I’ve Got a Time Bomb is by saying it’s the strangest, most unique book I’ve ever read, and I have no fucking clue how to review … Continue reading

Posted in Bisexual, Canadian, Fiction, Queer, Sex Work, Trans, Trans Feminine | Tagged , , | 23 Comments

What Is This Blog All About Anyways?: Or, Women, and Other Complicated Words

I spent a fair amount of time thinking about what the parameters of my website were going to be before I set it up, although I admittedly probably didn’t think the cheesy name Canadian lesbrarian through well enough.  Oh well, … Continue reading

Posted in Butch, Canadian, Ivan E. Coyote, Lesbian, News, Non-Canadian, Queer, Shani Mootoo, Trans, Trans Feminine, Trans Masculine | Tagged | 8 Comments