Monthly Archives: October 2010
Michael James Isaac, author of How The Cougar Came To Be Called The Ghost Cat, was just on Breakfast Television! Follow this link to watch the interview! Click here for more information on the book.
Rebecca Haskell and Brian Burtch have seen a flurry of media response since the release of their book, Get That Freak. Anyone who thinks that homophobia, bullying and suicide in our high schools are issues that just “came out of … Continue reading
Holy. Moly. We can hardly believe it. Well, actually we can, because we read Chris Benjamin’s Drive-by Saviours and then decided to release it, but still! Drive-by Saviours has been voted into the Top 40 list of Essential Canadian Novels … Continue reading
In the course of interviewing and speaking with sixteen lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer (LGBTQ) youth for Get That Freak: Homophobia and Transphobia in High Schools (coauthored with Brian Burtch), I heard from young people just how prevalent homophobia … Continue reading
Michael Isaac’s How the Cougar Came to be Called the Ghost Cat is a beautiful, unique and powerful book. Aside from being Roseway’s first children’s book, Ghost Cat is written both in English and Mi’kmaw, making this book all the … Continue reading
As mentioned last week, Rebecca Haskell and Brian Burtch have agreed to do some guest blogging right here on The Fern Blog. Check out the entry below, then check out their amazing and incredibly important book, Get That Freak. There … Continue reading
Our friends and allies, Canadian Dimension Magazine, are hosting their 2nd annual “Red” Carpet Gala Awards Dinner on November 13th. See the poster for more info. The dinner will host Paul Moist, National President of CUPE and tickets are available … Continue reading
How’s that for an attention grabbing headline? Don’t feel too tricked. John Sorenson was interviewed by The Vegan Police, a pretty cool blog/radio show/organization. Click here to read the interview.
Chris Benjamin strikes back with part 3 of his Drive-by Saviours book tour blog diary! We left Lachutes in what we thought was plenty of time. But we hit Friday afternoon rush-hour traffic at the outskirts of Montreal. “City squirrels … Continue reading
Rebecca Haskell and Brian Burtch, authors of Get That Freak: Homophobia and Transphobia in High Schools, have done a slew of TV and radio appearances this past week. With homophobia, transphobia, the violence of bullying and the tragic suicides that … Continue reading