“His memoir describes growing up queer in a Hindu family in Alberta and his own struggle to reconcile his family’s expectations, his own coming-of-queerness, and navigating spaces that don’t wholly accept you for yourself - or your tween unibrow. Tragicomic tales. Funny! 5 stars!”
Hanging post Clinton Foundation event with the talented and handsome musician, filmmaker AND author @VivekShraya (What I Love About Being Queer, God Loves Hair).
So proud of my friends. I’m one lucky mofo.
EDMONTON! I’m going to be selling some gay zines at Hardcopy: Edmonton’s Artist Book and Zine Fair this upcoming weekend, June 8-9. Can’t wait. Here’s a preview featuring Vivek Shraya’s sexual confusion. This zine is about the moment when we started to consider some things. Some gay things.