A small Canadian press, Parameter, published a collection of stories and essays called Not For the World Would I Compare It To Anything. by author Hannah_g. The book describes experiences of being alone, being present, transience, and how this, in turn, effects fundamental needs, such as the ability to feel at home, to rest, and know oneself.
Hannah has been touring Canada and US and we will be joining us at TF as part of her UK book tour throughout January and February. Join her at Thought Foundation 3pm - 4pm for readings and Q & A, entry is free and all are welcome.
A little about Hannah
hannah_g is a writer, artist, and community radio producer. Her work is informed by queer echo-locating, contemporary art, and recollection.
She is currently working on an experimental art writing project called Critical Fictions which is generously funded by Canada Council for the Arts. She has exhibited, performed, and given readings in Canada, Vienna, Romania, England, & Belgium. Her projects can be seen at hannah-g.com and @MonkeySparrow on Instagram.
hannah is taking a sabbatical from being the Director of the Artist-Run Centre, aceartinc. and the editor of the gallery's in-house annual publication, PaperWait. Here she co-founded Flux Gallery, The Cartae Open School, and the gallery's first Indigenous Curatorial Residency.
hannah_g lives and works in Winnipeg, Treaty One Territory, Canada.