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Want to join me and my Smallville castmates Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum for a virtual reunion? You could win a private video chat with us thanks to @omaze! Support the amazing work of Ronald McDonald House Los Angeles and enter for your chance to win through my bio link or at omaze.com/reunion #omaze (link works now!😘)
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Mort Drucker, prolific caricaturist, passed away April 9th. This is his art for Mad, a magazine that he contributed to for 55 years. I wish I understood what this cover meant back then. What it meant to be made fun of by a legend.
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I am not here now. But it’s pretty. Sending you all ❤️
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Today marks day 15 of self-isolation. Which means I can now go to the grocery store to stock up a bit (and then back home again!). Which is both thrilling and terrifying. I am in the process of finishing up a semester of school and (I admit) it has been incredibly challenging to focus. I know some of you are in a similar situation. When failing to care about school and while actively avoiding the internet, I managed to finish February’s book. At least I think it was February’s. Olive Kitteridge by Elizabeth Strout. . . This one really made my heart ache. Not sure if it was the best read for our current situation or the worst. Regardless, this book is painfully human. It is essentially a series of stories that flutter around Olive Kitteridge’s. Those moments when you walk through town and catch a glimpse of someone’s life in progress through a window and remember that every person has a complex story that you may only ever catch glimpses of? This book feels like that. I don’t feel like writing a ton today. So. I will leave you with a quote from Olive herself: “Don’t be scared of your hunger. If you’re scared of your hunger, you’ll just be one more ninny like everyone else.” Thank you @queenbooksto for all the wonderful reads!
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Here you go @jill_carter_director This was my very favourite sweater in the early 90s.
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BOOKS!! This is March’s book. “In the Dream House” by Carmen Maria Machado. Machado captures the social and interpersonal mechanisms that can pin us in abusive relationships (she pays particular attention to queer relationships). And she does so with such unflinching honesty and with such creativity that it is impossible to put down. Machado’s personal experiences gave voice to some of my own—those “small” incidents of gaslighting and exertions of control are real and matter. . An excerpt: “How to read her coldness: She is preoccupied. She is unhappy. She is unhappy with you. You did something and now she’s unhappy, and you need to find out what it is so she will stop being unhappy. You talk to her. You are clear. You think you are clear. You say what you are thinking and you say it after thinking a lot, and yet when she repeats what you’ve said back to you nothing makes sense. Did you say that? Really? You can’t remember saying that or even thinking it, and yet she is letting you know that it was said, and you definitely meant it that way.”
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Day 2 of self-isolation means I have taken up running. Which I haven’t done since I was in my early twenties. Which is, well, a fairly long time ago at this point. I was pretty sure I hated running. Turns out I love it. My knees only like it. But they’ll come around. Sending you all love in this very challenging time. I will have some book posts for you VERY soon. To be clear: self-isolation in Canada means that you have no symptoms but are monitoring. It is being requested of every individual who has returned from travel. This means staying at home but you are allowed outdoors as long as you stay 1-2 meters away from others.
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I handed in an assignment that took me forever, it’s sunny and relatively warm in Toronto, and it’s a day for women!! Spring. I am ready for you.
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Apparently it is #worldbookday !! I haven’t been reading a ton because school. And while that means I know a lot more about corvids than I did in January, it also means that I haven’t posted about any books recently. (I know. You’re devastated.) But these two babies are favourites and have re-entered my orbit. I read Grapes of Wrath for the first time in 11th grade whilst suntanning by my grandmother’s pool in St. Catharines. And it was everything. Steinbeck’s opening sentence is too beautiful: “To the red country and part of the gray country of Oklahoma, the last rains came gently, and they did not cut the scarred earth.” And The Princess Bride. William Goldman. If you’ve only seen the movie, you should probably also read the book. Which is very silly. Goldman’s final words in his opening introduction to the book: “true love and high adventure—I believed in that once. I thought my life was going to follow that path. Prayed that it would. Obviously it didn’t, but I don’t think there’s high adventure left anymore. Nobody takes out a sword nowadays and cries, “Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father; prepare to die!” And true love you can forget about too. I don’t know that I love anything truly more beyond the porterhouse at Peter Luger’s and the cheese enchilada at El Parador’s. (Sorry about that, Helen.)” Reading was my everything. I hope it brings you joy too.
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To those of you I was supposed to see in Paris: I am so sorry that Paris Manga had to be cancelled! Of course, it is understandable that the French government take precautions to stop the potential spread of Covid-19. But it still sucks. I hope I will be able to come in November and that many of you will, too. Sending you all 💗💗💗💗
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Canada. Season finale! Tomorrow. I think Ben Bass and I did a six-page scene. During which I am pretty sure he scared everyone. Non-Canadians: Paris Manga March 7-8! #Repost @cbc_television with @get_repost ・・・ Time flies when you’re having fun but it also means the shows are approaching season finales. Watch the season finale of @tvburdenoftruth this Wednesday at 8pm/8:30NT on CBC Gem! 💎
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The season is nearly done. Tonight’s episode features some very special scenes from @migizimeegwun and @braunstein_paul and @nicolasummer , a beautiful performance from @chris__jacot , really funny stuff from @axrrow and @littledragxn and a bunch of tears from me and Mooney. 💃🏻
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Had so much freaking fun watching these women perform this weekend. (Is posting something from MONTHS ago from someone’s feed still creepy if you were specifically looking for a performance clip?😬🤷🏻‍♀️) The words of CHAI for your Monday: You are so cute nice face!
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Today is a silly day. But! I’m really into birds at the moment. So, enjoy these lovely birds with me. 🦜🐦🦆🕊🦅💗💗 #Repost @discovery with @get_repost ・・・ These birds are ready for #ValentinesDay! ❤️ . . . . #love #bestfriends #heart #cutecouples #valentines #valentinesday #wildlifeaddicts #ourwildlifedays #ourplanetdaily #dailydoseofcute
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Throwback to the last time I was in Paris. Playing at the Palais de Tokyo. Only a few more weeeeeks. @parismangascifishow
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It’s Tuesday. So. For the second Tuesday in a row(I think), I give you Joanna and Billy!! And remind you that, for Canadians and creative/committed international viewers, @tvburdenoftruth airs TOMORROW. Wednesday. Same bat time, same bat channel.
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Snow White. I was 18. It was my second job. One that I did the summer immediately after I graduated high school. They colored my hair black and I wore SPF 60 and rode horses. And I got to be directed by Caroline Thompson who has written some spectacular scripts (Edward Scissorhands! The Nightmare Before Christmas!). When watching this it is VERY obvious how new I am to acting. Ha. But what a group of actors to learn from. I have been so f-ing lucky. Okay, back to comparative cognition.
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Joanna and Billy. *everything is fine* 😬🇨🇦—new episode tomorrow! @cbc_television
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This is an old picture of me taken by Bryan Adams(!) In addition, I thought I’d leave you all a somewhat creepy poetry excerpt this am. (I so look forward to what people will read into this. 😂) Rumpelstiltskin (by Anne Sexton) Inside many of us is a small old man who wants to get out. No bigger than a two-year-old whom you'd call lamb chop yet this one is old and malformed. His head is okay but the rest of him wasn't Sanforized. He is a monster of despair. He is all decay. He speaks up as tiny as an earphone with Truman's asexual voice: I am your dwarf. I am the enemy within. I am the boss of your dreams. No. I am not the law in your mind, the grandfather of watchfulness. I am the law of your members, the kindred of blackness and impulse. See. Your hand shakes. It is not palsy or booze. It is your Doppelganger trying to get out. Beware . . . Beware . .
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It’s still January. And this is so pretty. #Repost @natgeo with @get_repost ・・・ Video by @renan_ozturk | Swirling with weather and wrapped in one of the thickest glaciers on Earth—that’s the Great Ruth Gorge of Alaska, seen in this time-lapse. Follow @renan_ozturk for more mountain imagery from around the globe. #ruthglacier #timelapse
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I feel like I neglect you Beauty and the Beast fans. So. For this #fbf I give you this! (I am avoiding studying comparative cognition. Also. I am fairly certain I won’t be graduating until I turn 40. Which is fine. It just seems like a long time from now. It’s not, though. 😬)
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This is a picture of me/Joanna from September. 🤘🏻 . Also. Tonight! New episode of @tvburdenoftruth 8pm on @cbc_television or stream on CBC Gem. Peter is really great in this one. There are horses! And beer! And tears! And fighting! 💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻 Edited to say: also wine! (Even though that may be a questionable choice. Given the circumstances.)
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Niagara-on-the-Lake.
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This is @avatuasonfroehlich_ She plays young Joanna (aka: she is my mini me) on season three of @tvburdenoftruth It was a challenging and emotional role for her, and she did a beautiful job. Also!! She just so happens to be the niece of one of my good friends from high school. Which makes me really happy. 💗💗 (okay fine. I am on a B&W kick. Whatever)
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That is all. 🤷🏻‍♀️
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December’s book. “Say Nothing: a True Story of Murder and Memory in Northern Ireland.” By Patrick Radden Keefe. . This is a fantastic book. It is a beautifully written accounting of the Troubles and of the lives of the men and women who engaged in political violence. As Peter Bergen says, it “is a piercing inquiry into the nature of political violence and its aftermath...” I highly recommend it for those who have any interest in the time period or in how people and communities try to come to terms with political violence. . An excerpt: “One theme I had become fascinated with as a journalist was collective denial: the stories that communities tell themselves in order to cope with tragic or transgressive events. I became intrigued by the idea that an archive of the personal reminiscences of ex-combatants might be explosive: what is it about these accounts that was so threatening in the present day? In the intertwining lives of Jean McConville, Dolours Price, Brendan Hughes, and Gerry Adams, I saw an opportunity to tell a story about how people become radicalized in their uncompromising devotion to a cause, and how individuals—and a whole society—make sense of political violence once that have passed through the crucible and finally have time to reflect.” -Keefe
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For those of you living in 🇨🇦, our show Burden of Truth premieres tonight (Wednesday Jan 8). A.R Wilson at TV-eh described it perfectly: “Burden of Truth is billed as a legal show, but in reality, it’s an intricate family drama that uses a deeply flawed—and systemically unequal—legal system as its highly-effective backdrop.” @cbc_television at 8pm or watch in CBC Gem. 😘
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The City that Care Forgot—I’ll be back. (Not sure I have eaten a vegetable in three days, though)
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New Orleans.
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Happy 2020 to all of you. I hope this year brings you the challenges you yearn for and the love you need. AND thank you for the birthday wishes—I am really and truly in my late 30s now. And I love it. Gray hairs and all. 😽
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Flashback!!! To which year? Not sure. 2005? 2006?
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Vancouver. I really do love you.
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Merry merry. Happy happy. I am still shopping for 🎁 So, there’s that.
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It’s like the 12 days of Christmas but with behind the scenes photos. (Peter does not look super thrilled with whatever dumb thing I’m saying) #Repost @tvburdenoftruth with @get_repost ・・・ ⁣⁣ No such thing as a dull day at work in Millwood!⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Find out what’s going on when Burden of Truth Season 3 premieres on January 8th!⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ 📸 by @shauna_townley ⁣⁣ #ICFfilms⁣⁣ #burdenoftruth #BOTS3 #Season3 #truthets #kristinkreuk #petermooney #executiveproducer #hello #workday #setlife #filmlife #CBC #eOne #eaglevision
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Joanna is smiling. That’s weird. Also, people in 🇺🇸 : Season 2 is out now on @hulu —so check it out there! #Repost @tvburdenoftruth with @get_repost ・・・ Season 3 is just around the corner! We’re all about training, opportunities, and obviously lots of fun on the Burden of Truth set! @tvburdenoftruth @cbc_television @eone_tv @mskristinlkreuk @littledragxn Photo by @shauna_townley #burdenoftruth #BOTS3 #Season3 #truthets #kristinkreuk #hello #nicetomeetyou #props #training #learning #setlife #filmlife #CBC #eOne #eaglevision #ICFFilms
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Hey 🇨🇦: New season of @tvburdenoftruth January 8 on @cbc_television Edited to add that @seralysmcarthur is in this trailer a lot. And is fantastic in the season. She will likely make you 😭 #Repost @cbc_television with @get_repost ・・・ 🔥🎥 An all-new season of Burden of Truth begins Jan 8 on CBC and CBC Gem! . #cbctv #cbc #canadiantv #burdenoftruth #burden #newseason #burdenoftruthseason3
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There's A Certain Slant Of Light By: Emily Dickinson There’s a certain slant of light, On winter afternoons, That oppresses, like the weight Of cathedral tunes. Heavenly hurt it gives us; We can find no scar, But internal difference Where the meanings are. None may teach it anything, ‘Tis the seal, despair,— An imperial affliction Sent us of the air. When it comes, the landscape listens, Shadows hold their breath; When it goes, ’tis like the distance On the look of death.
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I realize I am going backwards in time at this point. But I am catching up. October’s book— Three Women by Lisa Taddeo. . If you have entered a bookstore at any point recently, it is likely you have seen this book. Lisa Taddeo spent years with these three women and she reveals- in intimate detail- the complexity of their desires and longing. Taddeo does not judge and in that lack of judgement we are able to see some part of ourselves in these women that we perhaps have only given voice to in the most private of moments. . An excerpt: “He likes it when she talks about stuff that has nothing to do with needing him. He says, Have you ever heard a bobcat cry out? She says no and he says he heard one the last time he was here hunting and it sounded like little girls being murdered. He shudders because he has two little girls and then she reaches her hand out and closes it over his and the two of them sit together, watching the woods. It’s a perfect moment in time. In the middle of this tenderness she shivers because she knows the truth even as she tries to shut it out: he is terrible to her. It’s not that he is outwardly cruel but that he almost never considers her heart. He lives his life, full of swing sets and barrier planks and responsibilities with his wife. Lina is a bobcat in the woods; as it cries you feel sad in the moment but later on you sit down to dinner, you hold a child, you pick a piece of gristle out of your teeth. You watch a game. You forget to reply to a text. You fall asleep.”
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Joanna in a nice outfit. In the woods. All very congruent. Very lawyer-y. It’s almost time for the new season of @tvburdenoftruth - so there may be some posts. #Repost @tvburdenoftruth with @get_repost ・・・ How about another look behind the scenes? 🎬⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ We are very excited to have Director Kelly Makin on Season 3! He directed “Kids in The Hall” and Winnipeg's own “Less Than Kind.” ⁣ ⁣ Where in the world is Joanna? Find out when Season 3 premieres on @cbc_television JANUARY 8, 2020. ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ 📸 by @shauna_townley ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ #ICFfilms #kristinkreuk⁣⁣ #burdenoftruth #BOTS3 #truthets #production #season3 #director #slate #crewgoals #forest #prairieskies #joannahanley
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Took me a while to get back to my book presents. But here we are. This is November’s book. “Amity and Prosperity: One Family and the Fracturing of America” by Eliza Griswold. Fracking is a practice rife in controversy. On the one hand there are legitimate environmental and health concerns and on the other there are people who are desperate for jobs, leases, and cheaper natural gas. Eliza Griswold humanely illustrates these conflicting concerns through the family of Stacey Haney and the community of Amity, Pennsylvania. She follows Ms. Haney as she and her neighbors fight against Range Resources and a slew of supporting companies to prove not only that the fracking site near their homes caused the damage to their water and air that led to serious health issues and the devaluation of their land but also that Range was reckless and irresponsible in its business practices. She gives context to the issues through providing a brief history of Appalachia and it’s relationship to and reliance on extraction and reasons for its distrust of government interference and regulation. As Joann Wypijewski of the NYT Book Review says, it is a David and Goliath story. And it is worth your time, anger, and tears. . (Also, this book feels like a season of Burden of Truth. And indeed, the lawyers who took on Stacey’s case are man and woman team. The woman being the hard-nosed-former-corporate-defense one and the man being the good-with-people one.) . The excerpt I have chosen is the note Stacey Haney left on her abandoned farmhouse door in 2013: “To the ignorant motherfuckers who keep breaking into my house: it’s bad enough that my children and I have been homeless for 2 and a half years but now I have to deal with this. Your greediness has cost me $35,000 in damages and the bank has put a forced insurance of $5000 on my mortgage, so as of Jan 1, my mortgage payment goes up $500 a month. I hope you feel good about what you have done and I hope you know that the contamination in this house causes cancer, so keep coming back you fucking losers. I hope you rott with cancer!! And when your spending all your scrap money I hope you think about what you are taking away from my children."
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Austin.
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Thank you Winnipeg for the food and coffee and butterflies and crazy freak blizzards and kind people and pretty old buildings. Another season of Burden of Truth done. I am not sure I’ve ever had a more positive work environment than this one. @tvburdenoftruth
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Portrait of a girl waiting for her scene. (Also, still alive! @tvburdenoftruth has been fairly time consuming)
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🦋. That is all.
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Winnipeg, my second home. I'm baaaaack.
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The moon exhibit at the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto. Full Moon and Little Frieda Ted Hughes 1967 A cool small evening shrunk to a dog bark and the clank of a bucket And you listening. A spiders web, tense for the dews touch. A pail lifted, still and brimming mirror To tempt a first star to a tremor. Cows are going home in the lane there, looping the hedges with their warm wreaths of breath A dark river of blood, many boulders, Balancing unspilled milk. Moon! you cry suddenly, Moon! Moon! The moon has stepped back like an artist gazing amazed at a work That points at him amazed. –Ted Hughes, from Wodwo (1967)
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June's book. "Go Ahead in the Rain: Notes to A Tribe Called Quest" by Hanif Abdurraqib. . When I was on the verge of 10- or maybe 12- I declared the end of my youth and began a long process of mourning. Mourning playgrounds and tree climbing. Mourning irresponsibility and empty time. That is not to say I stopped doing those things, but I began to engage with them via feelings of nostalgia. Which became my favourite feeling. "Go Ahead in the Rain" is a book of many things, but, for me, one of the most potent is the nostalgia. I began listening to Tribe late in high school due to the recommendation of my friend Ingrid. And I fell in love with rap and hip hop through them. And so, not only was this book a wonderful, soulful read steeped in poetry, it was also a totem enabling me to better access those years of my own life. Abdurraqib maneuvers between the broader history of rap (and the realities of the world and people that inspired it) and how the music impacted the specifics of his life. And he speaks to the ties that bind us through time, to the reality that we do not exist outside of our personal and collective histories. Read the book and listen to the albums. You'll be happy you took the time. . . An excerpt: "Dear Ali Shaheed Muhammad, You will be pleased to know that we did in fact dance to Lucy Pearl underneath the fluorescent lights of Beechcroft High School's gym during a lunch period sock hop that had no business taking place in an afternoon when some of us had to get back to class right after, but we did it anyway. There is something about showing up in a place of learning with fresh sweat sitting on your skin from the flailing of your body up against something as immovable as a school day with more school left on the other side of your flailing."
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Thank you again for the Banff World Media Festival's Canadian Award of Distinction! @made_nous #banff40 I tried to find better pictures, but failed. This amazing suit is @judithandcharles and shoes by @lintervalle styled by @ericaonfashion . Makeup @karenemalcolm Hair @wendyabelanger
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    Want to join me and my Smallville castmates Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum for a virtual reunion? You could win a private video chat with us thanks to @omaze! Support the amazing work of Ronald McDonald House Los Angeles and enter for your chance to win through my bio link or at omaze.com/reunion #omaze (link works now!😘)
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    Mort Drucker, prolific caricaturist, passed away April 9th. This is his art for Mad, a magazine that he contributed to for 55 years. I wish I understood what this cover meant back then. What it meant to be made fun of by a legend.
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    I am not here now. But it’s pretty. Sending you all ❤️
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    Today marks day 15 of self-isolation. Which means I can now go to the grocery store to stock up a bit (and then back home again!). Which is both thrilling and terrifying. I am in the process of finishing up a semester of school and (I admit) it has been incredibly challenging to focus. I know some of you are in a similar situation. When failing to care about school and while actively avoiding the internet, I managed to finish February’s book. At least I think it was February’s. Olive Kitteridge by Elizabeth Strout. . . This one really made my heart ache. Not sure if it was the best read for our current situation or the worst. Regardless, this book is painfully human. It is essentially a series of stories that flutter around Olive Kitteridge’s. Those moments when you walk through town and catch a glimpse of someone’s life in progress through a window and remember that every person has a complex story that you may only ever catch glimpses of? This book feels like that. I don’t feel like writing a ton today. So. I will leave you with a quote from Olive herself: “Don’t be scared of your hunger. If you’re scared of your hunger, you’ll just be one more ninny like everyone else.” Thank you @queenbooksto for all the wonderful reads!
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    Here you go @jill_carter_director This was my very favourite sweater in the early 90s.
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    BOOKS!! This is March’s book. “In the Dream House” by Carmen Maria Machado. Machado captures the social and interpersonal mechanisms that can pin us in abusive relationships (she pays particular attention to queer relationships). And she does so with such unflinching honesty and with such creativity that it is impossible to put down. Machado’s personal experiences gave voice to some of my own—those “small” incidents of gaslighting and exertions of control are real and matter. . An excerpt: “How to read her coldness: She is preoccupied. She is unhappy. She is unhappy with you. You did something and now she’s unhappy, and you need to find out what it is so she will stop being unhappy. You talk to her. You are clear. You think you are clear. You say what you are thinking and you say it after thinking a lot, and yet when she repeats what you’ve said back to you nothing makes sense. Did you say that? Really? You can’t remember saying that or even thinking it, and yet she is letting you know that it was said, and you definitely meant it that way.”
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    Day 2 of self-isolation means I have taken up running. Which I haven’t done since I was in my early twenties. Which is, well, a fairly long time ago at this point. I was pretty sure I hated running. Turns out I love it. My knees only like it. But they’ll come around. Sending you all love in this very challenging time. I will have some book posts for you VERY soon. To be clear: self-isolation in Canada means that you have no symptoms but are monitoring. It is being requested of every individual who has returned from travel. This means staying at home but you are allowed outdoors as long as you stay 1-2 meters away from others.
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    I handed in an assignment that took me forever, it’s sunny and relatively warm in Toronto, and it’s a day for women!! Spring. I am ready for you.
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    Apparently it is #worldbookday !! I haven’t been reading a ton because school. And while that means I know a lot more about corvids than I did in January, it also means that I haven’t posted about any books recently. (I know. You’re devastated.) But these two babies are favourites and have re-entered my orbit. I read Grapes of Wrath for the first time in 11th grade whilst suntanning by my grandmother’s pool in St. Catharines. And it was everything. Steinbeck’s opening sentence is too beautiful: “To the red country and part of the gray country of Oklahoma, the last rains came gently, and they did not cut the scarred earth.” And The Princess Bride. William Goldman. If you’ve only seen the movie, you should probably also read the book. Which is very silly. Goldman’s final words in his opening introduction to the book: “true love and high adventure—I believed in that once. I thought my life was going to follow that path. Prayed that it would. Obviously it didn’t, but I don’t think there’s high adventure left anymore. Nobody takes out a sword nowadays and cries, “Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father; prepare to die!” And true love you can forget about too. I don’t know that I love anything truly more beyond the porterhouse at Peter Luger’s and the cheese enchilada at El Parador’s. (Sorry about that, Helen.)” Reading was my everything. I hope it brings you joy too.
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    To those of you I was supposed to see in Paris: I am so sorry that Paris Manga had to be cancelled! Of course, it is understandable that the French government take precautions to stop the potential spread of Covid-19. But it still sucks. I hope I will be able to come in November and that many of you will, too. Sending you all 💗💗💗💗
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    Canada. Season finale! Tomorrow. I think Ben Bass and I did a six-page scene. During which I am pretty sure he scared everyone. Non-Canadians: Paris Manga March 7-8! #Repost @cbc_television with @get_repost ・・・ Time flies when you’re having fun but it also means the shows are approaching season finales. Watch the season finale of @tvburdenoftruth this Wednesday at 8pm/8:30NT on CBC Gem! 💎
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    The season is nearly done. Tonight’s episode features some very special scenes from @migizimeegwun and @braunstein_paul and @nicolasummer , a beautiful performance from @chris__jacot , really funny stuff from @axrrow and @littledragxn and a bunch of tears from me and Mooney. 💃🏻
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    Had so much freaking fun watching these women perform this weekend. (Is posting something from MONTHS ago from someone’s feed still creepy if you were specifically looking for a performance clip?😬🤷🏻‍♀️) The words of CHAI for your Monday: You are so cute nice face!
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    Today is a silly day. But! I’m really into birds at the moment. So, enjoy these lovely birds with me. 🦜🐦🦆🕊🦅💗💗 #Repost @discovery with @get_repost ・・・ These birds are ready for #ValentinesDay! ❤️ . . . . #love #bestfriends #heart #cutecouples #valentines #valentinesday #wildlifeaddicts #ourwildlifedays #ourplanetdaily #dailydoseofcute
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    Throwback to the last time I was in Paris. Playing at the Palais de Tokyo. Only a few more weeeeeks. @parismangascifishow
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    It’s Tuesday. So. For the second Tuesday in a row(I think), I give you Joanna and Billy!! And remind you that, for Canadians and creative/committed international viewers, @tvburdenoftruth airs TOMORROW. Wednesday. Same bat time, same bat channel.
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    Snow White. I was 18. It was my second job. One that I did the summer immediately after I graduated high school. They colored my hair black and I wore SPF 60 and rode horses. And I got to be directed by Caroline Thompson who has written some spectacular scripts (Edward Scissorhands! The Nightmare Before Christmas!). When watching this it is VERY obvious how new I am to acting. Ha. But what a group of actors to learn from. I have been so f-ing lucky. Okay, back to comparative cognition.
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    Joanna and Billy. *everything is fine* 😬🇨🇦—new episode tomorrow! @cbc_television
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    This is an old picture of me taken by Bryan Adams(!) In addition, I thought I’d leave you all a somewhat creepy poetry excerpt this am. (I so look forward to what people will read into this. 😂) Rumpelstiltskin (by Anne Sexton) Inside many of us is a small old man who wants to get out. No bigger than a two-year-old whom you'd call lamb chop yet this one is old and malformed. His head is okay but the rest of him wasn't Sanforized. He is a monster of despair. He is all decay. He speaks up as tiny as an earphone with Truman's asexual voice: I am your dwarf. I am the enemy within. I am the boss of your dreams. No. I am not the law in your mind, the grandfather of watchfulness. I am the law of your members, the kindred of blackness and impulse. See. Your hand shakes. It is not palsy or booze. It is your Doppelganger trying to get out. Beware . . . Beware . .
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    It’s still January. And this is so pretty. #Repost @natgeo with @get_repost ・・・ Video by @renan_ozturk | Swirling with weather and wrapped in one of the thickest glaciers on Earth—that’s the Great Ruth Gorge of Alaska, seen in this time-lapse. Follow @renan_ozturk for more mountain imagery from around the globe. #ruthglacier #timelapse
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    I feel like I neglect you Beauty and the Beast fans. So. For this #fbf I give you this! (I am avoiding studying comparative cognition. Also. I am fairly certain I won’t be graduating until I turn 40. Which is fine. It just seems like a long time from now. It’s not, though. 😬)
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    This is a picture of me/Joanna from September. 🤘🏻 . Also. Tonight! New episode of @tvburdenoftruth 8pm on @cbc_television or stream on CBC Gem. Peter is really great in this one. There are horses! And beer! And tears! And fighting! 💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻 Edited to say: also wine! (Even though that may be a questionable choice. Given the circumstances.)
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    This is @avatuasonfroehlich_ She plays young Joanna (aka: she is my mini me) on season three of @tvburdenoftruth It was a challenging and emotional role for her, and she did a beautiful job. Also!! She just so happens to be the niece of one of my good friends from high school. Which makes me really happy. 💗💗 (okay fine. I am on a B&W kick. Whatever)
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    December’s book. “Say Nothing: a True Story of Murder and Memory in Northern Ireland.” By Patrick Radden Keefe. . This is a fantastic book. It is a beautifully written accounting of the Troubles and of the lives of the men and women who engaged in political violence. As Peter Bergen says, it “is a piercing inquiry into the nature of political violence and its aftermath...” I highly recommend it for those who have any interest in the time period or in how people and communities try to come to terms with political violence. . An excerpt: “One theme I had become fascinated with as a journalist was collective denial: the stories that communities tell themselves in order to cope with tragic or transgressive events. I became intrigued by the idea that an archive of the personal reminiscences of ex-combatants might be explosive: what is it about these accounts that was so threatening in the present day? In the intertwining lives of Jean McConville, Dolours Price, Brendan Hughes, and Gerry Adams, I saw an opportunity to tell a story about how people become radicalized in their uncompromising devotion to a cause, and how individuals—and a whole society—make sense of political violence once that have passed through the crucible and finally have time to reflect.” -Keefe
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    For those of you living in 🇨🇦, our show Burden of Truth premieres tonight (Wednesday Jan 8). A.R Wilson at TV-eh described it perfectly: “Burden of Truth is billed as a legal show, but in reality, it’s an intricate family drama that uses a deeply flawed—and systemically unequal—legal system as its highly-effective backdrop.” @cbc_television at 8pm or watch in CBC Gem. 😘
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    The City that Care Forgot—I’ll be back. (Not sure I have eaten a vegetable in three days, though)
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    New Orleans.
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    Happy 2020 to all of you. I hope this year brings you the challenges you yearn for and the love you need. AND thank you for the birthday wishes—I am really and truly in my late 30s now. And I love it. Gray hairs and all. 😽
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    Flashback!!! To which year? Not sure. 2005? 2006?
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    Vancouver. I really do love you.
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    Merry merry. Happy happy. I am still shopping for 🎁 So, there’s that.
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    It’s like the 12 days of Christmas but with behind the scenes photos. (Peter does not look super thrilled with whatever dumb thing I’m saying) #Repost @tvburdenoftruth with @get_repost ・・・ ⁣⁣ No such thing as a dull day at work in Millwood!⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Find out what’s going on when Burden of Truth Season 3 premieres on January 8th!⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ 📸 by @shauna_townley ⁣⁣ #ICFfilms⁣⁣ #burdenoftruth #BOTS3 #Season3 #truthets #kristinkreuk #petermooney #executiveproducer #hello #workday #setlife #filmlife #CBC #eOne #eaglevision
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    Joanna is smiling. That’s weird. Also, people in 🇺🇸 : Season 2 is out now on @hulu —so check it out there! #Repost @tvburdenoftruth with @get_repost ・・・ Season 3 is just around the corner! We’re all about training, opportunities, and obviously lots of fun on the Burden of Truth set! @tvburdenoftruth @cbc_television @eone_tv @mskristinlkreuk @littledragxn Photo by @shauna_townley #burdenoftruth #BOTS3 #Season3 #truthets #kristinkreuk #hello #nicetomeetyou #props #training #learning #setlife #filmlife #CBC #eOne #eaglevision #ICFFilms
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    Hey 🇨🇦: New season of @tvburdenoftruth January 8 on @cbc_television Edited to add that @seralysmcarthur is in this trailer a lot. And is fantastic in the season. She will likely make you 😭 #Repost @cbc_television with @get_repost ・・・ 🔥🎥 An all-new season of Burden of Truth begins Jan 8 on CBC and CBC Gem! . #cbctv #cbc #canadiantv #burdenoftruth #burden #newseason #burdenoftruthseason3
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    There's A Certain Slant Of Light By: Emily Dickinson There’s a certain slant of light, On winter afternoons, That oppresses, like the weight Of cathedral tunes. Heavenly hurt it gives us; We can find no scar, But internal difference Where the meanings are. None may teach it anything, ‘Tis the seal, despair,— An imperial affliction Sent us of the air. When it comes, the landscape listens, Shadows hold their breath; When it goes, ’tis like the distance On the look of death.
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    I realize I am going backwards in time at this point. But I am catching up. October’s book— Three Women by Lisa Taddeo. . If you have entered a bookstore at any point recently, it is likely you have seen this book. Lisa Taddeo spent years with these three women and she reveals- in intimate detail- the complexity of their desires and longing. Taddeo does not judge and in that lack of judgement we are able to see some part of ourselves in these women that we perhaps have only given voice to in the most private of moments. . An excerpt: “He likes it when she talks about stuff that has nothing to do with needing him. He says, Have you ever heard a bobcat cry out? She says no and he says he heard one the last time he was here hunting and it sounded like little girls being murdered. He shudders because he has two little girls and then she reaches her hand out and closes it over his and the two of them sit together, watching the woods. It’s a perfect moment in time. In the middle of this tenderness she shivers because she knows the truth even as she tries to shut it out: he is terrible to her. It’s not that he is outwardly cruel but that he almost never considers her heart. He lives his life, full of swing sets and barrier planks and responsibilities with his wife. Lina is a bobcat in the woods; as it cries you feel sad in the moment but later on you sit down to dinner, you hold a child, you pick a piece of gristle out of your teeth. You watch a game. You forget to reply to a text. You fall asleep.”
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    Joanna in a nice outfit. In the woods. All very congruent. Very lawyer-y. It’s almost time for the new season of @tvburdenoftruth - so there may be some posts. #Repost @tvburdenoftruth with @get_repost ・・・ How about another look behind the scenes? 🎬⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ We are very excited to have Director Kelly Makin on Season 3! He directed “Kids in The Hall” and Winnipeg's own “Less Than Kind.” ⁣ ⁣ Where in the world is Joanna? Find out when Season 3 premieres on @cbc_television JANUARY 8, 2020. ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ 📸 by @shauna_townley ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ #ICFfilms #kristinkreuk⁣⁣ #burdenoftruth #BOTS3 #truthets #production #season3 #director #slate #crewgoals #forest #prairieskies #joannahanley
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    Took me a while to get back to my book presents. But here we are. This is November’s book. “Amity and Prosperity: One Family and the Fracturing of America” by Eliza Griswold. Fracking is a practice rife in controversy. On the one hand there are legitimate environmental and health concerns and on the other there are people who are desperate for jobs, leases, and cheaper natural gas. Eliza Griswold humanely illustrates these conflicting concerns through the family of Stacey Haney and the community of Amity, Pennsylvania. She follows Ms. Haney as she and her neighbors fight against Range Resources and a slew of supporting companies to prove not only that the fracking site near their homes caused the damage to their water and air that led to serious health issues and the devaluation of their land but also that Range was reckless and irresponsible in its business practices. She gives context to the issues through providing a brief history of Appalachia and it’s relationship to and reliance on extraction and reasons for its distrust of government interference and regulation. As Joann Wypijewski of the NYT Book Review says, it is a David and Goliath story. And it is worth your time, anger, and tears. . (Also, this book feels like a season of Burden of Truth. And indeed, the lawyers who took on Stacey’s case are man and woman team. The woman being the hard-nosed-former-corporate-defense one and the man being the good-with-people one.) . The excerpt I have chosen is the note Stacey Haney left on her abandoned farmhouse door in 2013: “To the ignorant motherfuckers who keep breaking into my house: it’s bad enough that my children and I have been homeless for 2 and a half years but now I have to deal with this. Your greediness has cost me $35,000 in damages and the bank has put a forced insurance of $5000 on my mortgage, so as of Jan 1, my mortgage payment goes up $500 a month. I hope you feel good about what you have done and I hope you know that the contamination in this house causes cancer, so keep coming back you fucking losers. I hope you rott with cancer!! And when your spending all your scrap money I hope you think about what you are taking away from my children."
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    Austin.
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    Thank you Winnipeg for the food and coffee and butterflies and crazy freak blizzards and kind people and pretty old buildings. Another season of Burden of Truth done. I am not sure I’ve ever had a more positive work environment than this one. @tvburdenoftruth
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    Portrait of a girl waiting for her scene. (Also, still alive! @tvburdenoftruth has been fairly time consuming)
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    🦋. That is all.
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    Winnipeg, my second home. I'm baaaaack.
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    The moon exhibit at the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto. Full Moon and Little Frieda Ted Hughes 1967 A cool small evening shrunk to a dog bark and the clank of a bucket And you listening. A spiders web, tense for the dews touch. A pail lifted, still and brimming mirror To tempt a first star to a tremor. Cows are going home in the lane there, looping the hedges with their warm wreaths of breath A dark river of blood, many boulders, Balancing unspilled milk. Moon! you cry suddenly, Moon! Moon! The moon has stepped back like an artist gazing amazed at a work That points at him amazed. –Ted Hughes, from Wodwo (1967)
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    June's book. "Go Ahead in the Rain: Notes to A Tribe Called Quest" by Hanif Abdurraqib. . When I was on the verge of 10- or maybe 12- I declared the end of my youth and began a long process of mourning. Mourning playgrounds and tree climbing. Mourning irresponsibility and empty time. That is not to say I stopped doing those things, but I began to engage with them via feelings of nostalgia. Which became my favourite feeling. "Go Ahead in the Rain" is a book of many things, but, for me, one of the most potent is the nostalgia. I began listening to Tribe late in high school due to the recommendation of my friend Ingrid. And I fell in love with rap and hip hop through them. And so, not only was this book a wonderful, soulful read steeped in poetry, it was also a totem enabling me to better access those years of my own life. Abdurraqib maneuvers between the broader history of rap (and the realities of the world and people that inspired it) and how the music impacted the specifics of his life. And he speaks to the ties that bind us through time, to the reality that we do not exist outside of our personal and collective histories. Read the book and listen to the albums. You'll be happy you took the time. . . An excerpt: "Dear Ali Shaheed Muhammad, You will be pleased to know that we did in fact dance to Lucy Pearl underneath the fluorescent lights of Beechcroft High School's gym during a lunch period sock hop that had no business taking place in an afternoon when some of us had to get back to class right after, but we did it anyway. There is something about showing up in a place of learning with fresh sweat sitting on your skin from the flailing of your body up against something as immovable as a school day with more school left on the other side of your flailing."
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    Thank you again for the Banff World Media Festival's Canadian Award of Distinction! @made_nous #banff40 I tried to find better pictures, but failed. This amazing suit is @judithandcharles and shoes by @lintervalle styled by @ericaonfashion . Makeup @karenemalcolm Hair @wendyabelanger
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