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Vivek Shraya

Vivek Shraya is a poet, artist and public speaker.
Vivek Shraya is the author of the poetry collection even this page is white. (Alejandro Santiago)

Vivek Shraya is a writer, artist and musician from Alberta. As a writer, Shraya examines questions of race in Canada. She has been nominated for the Lambda Literary Award four times and has received the 2015 Honour of Distinction from The Writers' Trust of Canada. Shraya manages the Arsenal Pulp Press imprint VS. Books, which offers a mentorship and publishing opportunity to a young Indigenous, Black writer or writer of colour. 

Shraya's work includes the novel She of the Mountains and the poetry collection even this page is white. Her latest books are the essay I'm Afraid of Men and comic book Death Threat.

Books by Vivek Shraya

Interviews with Vivek Shraya

Vivek Shray on her extended essay I'm Afraid of Men 16:27
It's being described as essential reading for everyone. Tonight in Toronto, artist and author Vivek Shraya launches her new book, "I'm Afraid of Men." In it, Vivek shares her experiences as a trans woman, and tackles toxic masculinity, homophobia and misogyny. 7:49
Vivek Shraya on her poetry collection. 3:11

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