David King is a senior journalist at the Arthur. He's also a writer, artist, and an acolyte of all things profane and heinous. Creator and proprietor of many, many horrible jokes, he's performed at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, and published one poem in a defunct Maoist literary magazine. Employing a perspective informed by experience, "theory swamp brain," and an overdose of the Internet, David is a “[…]much-needed, resounding voice in a cacophony of new queer writership; he invariably confronts the liberalized expectation, only to expunge it without mercy.”
An interloper to Peterborough, he is deeply fascinated by the weird of it all, and is ready to share this strange love through journalism that doesn't hold back. When he's not writing, he can be spotted defending Kate Bush, copiously "posting through it," or discussing why 1990s baseball players look "a little fruity."
He's also one of the nascent hosts of NOISEHOLE, a radio show currently broadcasted through Trent Radio. Started as a fart joke, it is now a full-fledged, living creature. Don't ask, just nod.
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