32 Malmö, Sweden
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My self-summary
Hey, I'm Steve. I'm left handed and from Canada.

My close friends, of whom I have a few (being a perpetual foreigner over the past 7 years means that I really value and try and care for the good ones) would say that I am always doing ambitious shit, curious, self-doubting, hilarious, resourceful and caring.

My close enemies would call me a feminist, a dilettante and a killjoy. All part of my charm ;)
What I’m doing with my life
Ignoring the world of professional sports.

Talkin politics, anarchism and community resistance the like.

Playing board games.

Learning about and talking about feminism and trying to be less sexist.

Trying to be less damn smug and always failing cause, ya know, it's hard. Maybe it's cause I'm a cis man. Well, fuck. See above, rinse and repeat.

Working as a bicycle delivery person.

Dreaming up a theatre piece worth making and producing. Seeing live theatre and being bored but sometimes completely taken in by it.

Working to launch and improve

Studying Shambhala Buddhism and meditating.

DIY projects, cooking, journaling, reading lots, languages.

Occasional but enthusiastic bouts of dancing, rock climbing, partying, television watching, camping. Bouts, yes.

Reading and writing.

Raucous fits of musicality.

Reading the I Ching.

Binge watching Netflix.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Chogyam Trungpa
Kurt Vonnegut
Margaret Atwood
Eduardo Galeano
Gabor Mate
Radical politics n stuff.
The I Ching

David Bowie
Lvl Up
Talking Heads
Carly Rae Jepsen (Emotion)
Gillian Welch
Mos Def
Seinabo Sey
New Order
Dirty Projectors

Movies n Tv
Apres Mai
The Horse Boy
L'Écume des Jours (mood indigo)
Incendies (and anything theatre by Wajdi Mouawad)
The Wire
Bojack Horseman
Rick and Morty
The six things I could never do without
Coffee, performance, resourcefulness, bicycles, rhythm, meditation.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Buddhism and meditation.

Gender, sexuality, anarchism, creativity, resistance, community, theatre, disability, madness.


What to eat for supper.

The most private thing I’m willing to admit