Posts Filed Under: Margaret Atwood
More of Toronto as Gilead, the site of Margaret Atwood's chilling dystopian future.
Toronto plays the role of Gilead, Margaret Atwood's terrifying dystopian near future America.
A new publishing effort shows off underappreciated aspects of fandom and plenty of local content.
The author shocked an audience of literati with his appearance at a PEN Benefit on December 7, 1992.
Mayor Rob Ford, constructed out of butter.
The unique piece of Ford/Atwood memorabilia looks poised to surpass $500 on eBay.
The Toronto author is selling a T-shirt with two things on it: Mayor Rob Ford's middle finger, and her autograph.
A new exhibition reveals previously unseen photos of Canadian poets at the dawn of their careers. And, they're really cute.
Authors at Harbourfront Centre paid tribute the late, great Canadian poet—and his great Canadian libido.
Today in Toronto: learn about local urban sustainability at U of T’s Environment Week, celebrate Canadian poet Irving Layton’s life at a centenary celebration, join an evening of storytelling with the Raconteurs, and get your laugh on with Egg Zepellin’s comedy and variety show.
The play, written by Margaret Atwood and now on stage at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, is hilarious and heart-wrenching.
Nominated for: exposing the idiocy of the Brothers Ford better than anyone else.