Deadline, Playback: WarnerMedia X Canadian Academy Writers Access Program.

Big news! The press release went out today, but I’ll be participating in the inaugural WarnerMedia x Canadian Academy Writers Access Program! Woo hoo! Over the next few months, I’ll be participating in workshops and working alongside Canadian and American industry mentors and executives to nurture, develop and promote a creative project of my choosing….

This Magazine: “True Crime as a Love Language.”

Think about the “Unsolved Mysteries” theme. Not the reboot, the original — those creepy synths on top of those flickering, low-def images of crime and the paranormal. Well, I live for that stuff, and basically grew up on it. (I suppose that isn’t a surprise to anyone who knows me, or has read any of my…

Another Life: Season 2 on Netflix!

Today, Netflix offered up a tantalizing sneak peek of the second season of its fun, sci-fi original Another Life! It feels like it’s been eons since the first season dropped way back in 2019— pandemics can really impact your sense of time, I guess — but hopefully the time away has only made the fan base…

Slasher: Flesh & Blood on Shudder!

Woo hoo! It’s finally been announced! The fourth instalment of Slasher is coming to your screens in August on horror streamer Shudder, and will be called “Slasher: Flesh & Blood.” You can read more about the news here. And unlike the Netflix years, the episode rollout will be weekly, building suspense and giving the show…

Spacing: “Missing from the Village: Review.”

Pick up the newest issue of Spacing to find my review of Justin Ling’s book Missing from the Village: The Story of Serial Killer Bruce McArthur, the Search for Justice, and the System That Failed Toronto’s Queer Community. A thought-provoking analysis of a tragedy that exposed the fissures in the already difficult relationship between the…

Toronto Star: “On Nina Arsenault.”

I wrote a piece for The Star on playwright, performance artist, journalist, and local LGBTQ+ legend Nina Arsenault — and how she is transforming the recent social media rumours of her death into art. “Artist Nina Arsenault says she learned of her own death second hand. “Oh, I heard it was a beautiful funeral,” she laughs….

Flare: “A World Without Systemic Injustice.”

I wrote a fun little piece for Flare, rounding up 2020’s biggest television hits and discussing how each grapples with identity and representation — in a year when both subjects have been at the forefront of everyone’s mind. And while some series were more content to take an idealistic approach, others dug in their heels…

Toronto Star: “Alone in the Crowd.”

One of the chief pleasures of pre-pandemic life was the ability to move through urban space — freely and with a certain degree of anonymity. Oh, to go into any old dive bar, take a seat at a table, and just watch the rhythms of life occur around you. It was a simple thing, but one…

Toronto Star: “On Losing Queer Spaces.”

Losing The Beaver has been hard for so many of us in Toronto’s LGBTQ+ community, as it was a space that really helped redefine what it means to be queer in the city beyond any one specific neighbourhood. I have countless memories of sweaty nights, dancing on the cramped dance floor, and meeting new friends…