Past and present Pink Triangle Press writers on Metro Morning

BY ANDREA HOUSTON – To talk about the 40th anniversary of Pink Triangle Press, board member Gerald Hannon and I were invited to appear on CBC Radio’s Metro Morning with Matt Galloway on Oct 24.

To hear the podcast, click here. Our interview starts at 11:45.

Be sure to pick up the latest Xtra to read our anniversary edition, featuring a retro cover of the first Body Politic from 1971 and a special section packed with stories from 40 years of gay liberation in Toronto.

On Oct 20, Pink Triangle Press celebrated the landmark anniversary with a fabulous party in the new offices at 2 Carlton St.

See photos from the party here.

A timeline: 40 years of Pink Triangle Press.

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