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Twoey has joined the team at Inside Out, Canada's largest 2SLGBTQ+ film festival. If you're interested in queer, trans, and two-spirit storytelling, volunteer at this year's festival from May 24 - June 1.

On Saturday April 6, Twoey and the Toronto Zine Library will be leading adult and child-centered zine-making workshops at the Museum of Contemporary Art. Register on the MOCA's website.

On Sunday April 7, Twoey will be tabling at PaperJam, a zine fair organized by the Toronto Zine Library. Find her at the Tranzac Club (292 Brunswick Ave) from 12-5pm.

On Wednesday April 10, Twoey will be speaking at University of Toronto Schools about queer visibility in celebration of Day of Pink.

On Sunday April 28, Twoey is hosting the latest meetup of the Toronto Tamagotchi Club. Meet at Grange Park at 12:00pm for a picnic!


Twoey Gray is a Toronto-based zinester, arts educator, mad-girl hyperprude, and poet lady. She is a second-born daughter named after the number. She is coming to your city. It’s too late.

Twoey is the author of several works including Not Home: True Stories from Abandoned Places, an essay collection on the power of trespassing; Electrodaughter, a poetry collection on her experience recieving electroconvulsive therapy; and Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder, a zinepoem interrogating the pathologization of asexuality.

Twoey is also the co-editor of PRUDEmag, a zine for spinsters, asexuals, relationship anarchists, and all others refusing sex necessarism.


For nice emails, find me at twoey.gray@gmail.com. For not-nice emails, don't email me.