An exclusive tee celebrating 20 years of Vivek’s artistic career.
Vivek summons her signature wisdom to reflect on a topic she’s uniquely qualified to explore—reinvention. Coming .
Two new remixes by Owen Pallett and Shamik.
A print edition of the first play by multimedia artist Vivek Shraya, about fame and personal transformation. Includes colour photographs and a new foreword and afterword.
The fourth single from How to Fail as a Popstar.
The third single from How to Fail as a Popstar.
Commemorate the 10th anniversary of God Loves Hair with this limited-edition 12×16″ print illustrated by Juliana Neufeld.
A tenth-anniversary edition of Vivek Shraya’s first book, a YA story collection that celebrates racial, gender, and religious diversity.
The second novel from celebrated multidisciplinary artist Vivek Shraya, a nuanced exploration of the promise and peril of being seen.
The theme song from The Subtweet.
The next single from How to Fail as a Popstar.
The theme from How to Fail as a Popstar.
A comic book and a compelling act of resistance, with acclaimed artist Ness Lee.
Un témoignage lucide sur le fil qui relie la masculinité toxique, la misogynie, l’homophobie et la transphobie.
These limited-edition signed I’m Afraid of Men posters are only available from the Penguin Shop.
An exploration of how we might reimagine gender for the twenty‑first century.
A stripped-down revisiting of the second album from Too Attached.
The new remix from Too Attached, featuring Cartel Madras.
The new remix from Too Attached, featuring Peaches.
The second album from Too Attached, a celebration of racialized anger.
The new album by Vivek Shraya & Queer Songbook Orchestra is a question and a critique—who defines woman?
A new single by Vivek Shraya w/ Light Fires.
All proceeds will go to the Fight for Trans Lives Passport Fund for low- and no-income trans people in the United States.
A children’s picture book about a young boy joyfully exploring and expressing his difference, illustrated by Rajni Perera.
Vivek’s debut collection of poetry, a bold and timely interrogation of skin—its origins, functions and limitations.
A contemporary queer love story interwoven with a reimagining of Hindu mythology, illustrated by Raymond Biesinger.
Twenty-one short stories follow a tender and curious child who navigates complex realms of sexuality, gender, racial politics, religion and belonging.
34 beautiful queers. One big question.
Limited edition cassette, including “Getalife” bonus track.
“35 today. New chapter. Using female pronouns. She & Her. Wrote a song.”
An EP of Diwali and Christmas songs.
Covers of ten songs by the legendary R&B songwriter, producer, and performer.
A compilation of ten years of music, including two covers, one unreleased demo, and one new song.
January 16, 2011: The darkness hasn’t fully passed. And that’s ok for now. I will write a song about it, all of it. Every pull, every ache, I will work it out through lyric and melody until there is light again. Music might save me.
Eight Hindu devotional songs, performed and produced by Vivek.
Brattier, boomier, and bassier, nine songs produced by Meghan Toohey and inspired by late-night Paris clubs and the broken spaces in relationships.
Sexy electro-rock in the vein of Goldfrapp, Prince and PJ Harvey, masterfully produced by Meghan Toohey, featuring Sara Quin on “Your Name”
A bright and spacious wash of organs, acoustic guitars, and tambourines, with guest vocals on “The Alphabet” by Tegan Quin.
Featuring additional production by John Wozniak of Marcy Playground.
A single-voice, single-guitar project.