Nova Scotia's Eastern Shore author Jeanine LeBlanc is looking for new writers or published authors to share a voice on how they managed to overcome struggles on trauma such as abuse, loss, near-death experiences, mental illness, addiction, or discrimination for her next Healing Hearts book, expected to be published in 2022.
In November, Wayves interviewed one of the organizers of the nude swim group, "Halifax Drama Free All Welcome Skinny Dippers."
In a Heartbeat is a story about a 17-year-old transgender boy who wants to start fresh in a new place - where no one knows him.
The South Shore Pride Spiel is a fun curling spiel for the 2SLGBTQ+ community and their allies which has been expanded to two days, a drag show & dance for January 2022.
Living in Flow explores the relationship between water and well-being, and the Halifax project features local LGBTQ2SIA+ talent in front of and behind the camera.
John Yogis passed away on Tuesday, November 23rd. He is survived by his longtime partner and husband, Darrell Roy.
The latest and long-awaited novel by Halifax resident, Afterwords Literary Festival board member, and former Wayves contributor Stephens Malone will be launched on December 1st in Halifax’s north end.
Tickets are on sale for the Halifax Gay Men's Chorus Christmas concert December 9, 10 & 11 in Halifax.
The Nova Scotia LGBT Seniors Archive has a special project: to preserve the stories of Q women in our province.