From “Gay Day Picnic” in 1971 to flashpoint of anti-police brutality in 2016, Toronto’s Pride Parade has never fully assimilated to the pink-washing, corporatizing, and homonationalist aims of the state. With this reading list, we've rounded up nonfiction, fiction, and poetry from the BTL catalogue and beyond.
Leslie Kern's Feminist City: A Field Guide has been published in nine languages (and counting!). Here's a roundup of the many covers and colours of a reimagined city.
Are you a mother? Do you have a mother? These radical books are for you.
In honour of this month's Radical May book fair, we're discounting a select reading list on labour organizing, activism, and the politics of work until May 31st. Read on for essential titles to add to your shelf.
Get a sneak peek at eleven new BTL titles, forthcoming this fall.
Between the Lines co-founder Jamie Swift on how Catherine Macleod made history, and told its stories.
It's time to take back the streets, reject police control, and make cities safe for all women, and all residents.
This Black History Month, we're publishing El Jones' powerful chapter from Sick of the System: Why the COVID-19 recovery must be revolutionary