Jordan Tannahill is an accomplished playwright, filmmaker, author and theatre director. He won the 2014 Governor General's Award for English-language drama for his collection of three plays called Age of Minority. He is the co-founder of Kensington performance space Videofag and his work often centres around queer and feminist themes, incorporating fantasy, mythological and historical elements.
Tannahill's debut novel Liminal was published in January of 2018. His most recent work, Botticelli in the Fire & Sunday in Sodom is a collection of two plays that re-imagines the stories of Sandro Botticelli and the biblical story of Lot's wife in a modern context.
- Jordan Tannahill on why queer writing is universal, and so is the Bible
- How his mother's cancer diagnosis inspired playwright Jordan Tannahill to turn to fiction
- Jordan Tannahill's favourite Canadian book of 2018: Sludge Utopia by Catherine Fatima