Trent University Professor Aaron Kreuter Presents "Rubble Children" at Take Cover Books
Trent University Professor Aaron Kreuter Presents "Rubble Children" at Take Cover Books
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Abbigale Kernya
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July 11, 2024
On the evening of July 10th, Trent University English literature professor, Aaron Kreuter, presented the Peterborough launch of his newly-released short story collection, Rubble Children.
Arthur Book Club Takes an English Class
Arthur Book Club Takes an English Class
By
Abbigale Kernya
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Evan Robins
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July 5, 2024
The Arthur editors get literate as they convene to talk about Ocean Vuong's novel, and our (late) June Book Club pick, On Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous. Abbigale is on the record saying this is her favourite novel of all time, but what of the other two? Will they love it? Hate it? Base their whole personality off it? Join us if you'd like to find out!
Justin Million On Being a Poet in Peterborough and The Closure of The Poetry Show and Tell Series
Justin Million On Being a Poet in Peterborough and The Closure of The Poetry Show and Tell Series
By
Abbigale Kernya
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June 18, 2024
Co-editor Abbigale Kernya sits down with Peterborough poet and founder of the Show and Tell Poetry Series, Justin Million, to talk about the future of the series following the June 2nd announcement that the Series' poetry showcase will end in July after nine years of operation, in tandem with his experience working as an artist in the city.
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From Page to Screen: The Take Cover Brothers Talk New Film Club and Being Peterborough’s Aspiring Third Space 
From Page to Screen: The Take Cover Brothers Talk New Film Club and Being Peterborough’s Aspiring Third Space 
By
Evan Robins
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June 11, 2024
Arthur's resident film fanatic, Evan Robins, speaks to Take Cover Books' Sean and Andrew Fitzpatrick about the store's new (and FREE!) Film Club, and their aspirations to make the space more than just a bookstore.
Poetry Show and Tell Series Presents Beautiful Outlaw Press at Take Cover Books
Poetry Show and Tell Series Presents Beautiful Outlaw Press at Take Cover Books
By
Abbigale Kernya
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May 28, 2024
On the evening of May 24th, Justin Million from Bird, Buried Press presented three authors from Beautiful Outlaw Publishing House at a Show and Tell Poetry Series hosted at Take Cover Books. With regrets from author Phil Hall, authors Chris Turnbull, Mark Goldstein, and Jaclyn Piudik read from their new books—all published through Beautiful Outlaw—in an evening that saw the small room in Take Cover come together in laughter and community. 
“Blood Must Have Blood”: Electric City Players’ Presents “Macbeth” 
“Blood Must Have Blood”: Electric City Players’ Presents “Macbeth” 
By
Abbigale Kernya
and
Evan Robins
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May 24, 2024
May 23rd marked the opening night for the long-awaited Electric City Players’ (ECP) adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Hosted at Market Hall Performing Arts Centre in Downtown Peterborough. Co-directed by Trent Professor Andrew Loeb and local theatre legend Jacqueline Barrow, the show is set in a post-climate meltdown Scotland where the ravaged lands set the perfect scene for great kings, fallen foes, and the ultimate betrayal.
From Page to Screen: The Take Cover Brothers Talk New Film Club and Being Peterborough’s Aspiring Third Space 
From Page to Screen: The Take Cover Brothers Talk New Film Club and Being Peterborough’s Aspiring Third Space 
By
Evan Robins
and
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June 11, 2024
Arthur's resident film fanatic, Evan Robins, speaks to Take Cover Books' Sean and Andrew Fitzpatrick about the store's new (and FREE!) Film Club, and their aspirations to make the space more than just a bookstore.
Poetry Show and Tell Series Presents Beautiful Outlaw Press at Take Cover Books
Poetry Show and Tell Series Presents Beautiful Outlaw Press at Take Cover Books
By
Abbigale Kernya
and
·
May 28, 2024
On the evening of May 24th, Justin Million from Bird, Buried Press presented three authors from Beautiful Outlaw Publishing House at a Show and Tell Poetry Series hosted at Take Cover Books. With regrets from author Phil Hall, authors Chris Turnbull, Mark Goldstein, and Jaclyn Piudik read from their new books—all published through Beautiful Outlaw—in an evening that saw the small room in Take Cover come together in laughter and community. 
“Blood Must Have Blood”: Electric City Players’ Presents “Macbeth” 
“Blood Must Have Blood”: Electric City Players’ Presents “Macbeth” 
By
Abbigale Kernya
and
Evan Robins
·
May 24, 2024
May 23rd marked the opening night for the long-awaited Electric City Players’ (ECP) adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Hosted at Market Hall Performing Arts Centre in Downtown Peterborough. Co-directed by Trent Professor Andrew Loeb and local theatre legend Jacqueline Barrow, the show is set in a post-climate meltdown Scotland where the ravaged lands set the perfect scene for great kings, fallen foes, and the ultimate betrayal.
Unwilling to Compromise and Incredibly Loud—Cross Dog on Their New Album and Keeping Punk Political
Unwilling to Compromise and Incredibly Loud—Cross Dog on Their New Album and Keeping Punk Political
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Evan Robins
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May 9, 2024
Co-editor Evan Robins sits down with Tracy and Mark of Peterborough's own Cross Dog to talk music, activism, and living one's beliefs as the band prepares to release their third LP, All Hard Feelings
The Life and Art of Gustav Klimt
The Life and Art of Gustav Klimt
By
Magali Nichol
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May 2, 2024
Gustav Klimt is one of the most widely recognized artists of the art nouveau and Vienna Secession movements and is most well-known for his painting The Kiss. During his life, however, Klimt would face criticism for his choice of subject matter, specifically aspects of female sexuality.
Drag Queen Kyne Santos Presents "Math in Drag" at Take Cover Books
Drag Queen Kyne Santos Presents "Math in Drag" at Take Cover Books
By
Abbigail Lewis-Maher
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May 2, 2024
Journalist Abbigail Lewis-Maher covers Canadian Drag Queen, Kyne Santos, on their book tour at Take Cover Books on April 8th to talk about the story behind recently released book "Math in Drag".
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"The Ballad of Little Tony"—The Arthur Review of Helldivers 2
"The Ballad of Little Tony"—The Arthur Review of Helldivers 2
By
Evan Robins
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April 26, 2024
The story of a grown woman making friends in a videogame, and the little Cadet who could.
What is "Bury Your Gays?": Examining a Contemporary Media Trope
What is "Bury Your Gays?": Examining a Contemporary Media Trope
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Amelia Takacs
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April 25, 2024
Media tropes, cinematic metaphors, or simply the common themes which we see across genres of entertainment have engineered the foundational societal understandings of how particular groups of people, genders, or general happenings are presented. The “Bury Your Gays” literary trope, which appeared in the late 19th century, has since entered popular social discussion resulting of the aggressive social outcry which followed the on screen death of popular The 100 character in 2016.