Siue Moffat

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Siue Moffat (born September 5, 1973) is a chocolatier,[1] cookbook author, filmmaker, zine maker, video activist and film archivist.[2] She was very involved in the punk community (DIY ethic)- doing volunteer administrative work on the "Book Your Own Fucking Life" site - a free online resource for independent artists and promoters, once a hard copy zine published by Maximumrocknroll, and wrote columns about archiving media in the deceased magazine HeartattaCk. A longtime vegan, Siue published one of the first vegan dessert cookbooks in 2003. She also started the first vegan chocolate company in Canada - Boardwalk Chocolates.


  • Fascinating Folks #1 (2012) with Antoine (Pumpkin Pie Press)
  • The Day I Stopped Being Punk (2011) with illustrations by Antoine (Pumpkin Pie Press)
  • Lickin' the Beaters 2: Vegan Chocolate and Candy, PM Press (2010) ISBN 978-1-60486-009-2
  • Lickin' the Beaters: Low Fat Vegan Desserts Illustrated by 8 Fantastic Artists (Mr. Pither Cycling Tour Concoctions, 2003) ISBN 0-9731809-0-0, 2008 Reprint PM Press ISBN 978-1-60486-004-7
  • Punk is Like a Box of Candy (2003)
  • Gross Food (2003)
  • Sick Punks (2001)
  • Marcie's Book of Vegan Recipes for Non Picky People #2 (1998)
  • Marcie's Book of Vegan Recipes for Non Picky People #1 (1996)
  • Punk Rock Film Guide (1996)


  • Rotchester (2017)
  • Niagara.Falls (2017)
  • Totally Kid Carousel (2006/2009)
  • The End of The Year (Directed by Ben Kukkee, 2005. Sound recordist and sound editor)
  • Grilled Cheese Sandwich (Directed by Jonathan Culp, 2005. Sound recordist, stills, etc.)
  • Train to New York (2003)
  • Become the Media (2003)
  • P-Grrrl (2002)
  • Patti Helps Out (2002)
  • Various films with the Toronto Video Activist Collective (1998-2003)


  • Vegan chocolatier/owner Boardwalk Chocolates (2008-2012)
  • Presenter and Panelist on "Archiving the Action" at the 2005 Association of Moving Image Archivists Conference in Austin TX
  • Guest on CBC's Here And Now 28/8/03
  • Print Trafficker for the True/False documentary film festival in Columbia, Missouri (2005-2007)
  • Microcosm Publishing worker (2005-2006)
  • Volunteer on Oregon Historical Society's film collection (2005-2007)
  • Distribution coordinator in Satan Macnuggit Popular Arts, an activist/DIY film producer and distributor (1999-2003)


  1. ^ Sampson, Susan (24 March 2010). "Easter chocolates for vegans". Toronto Star. Retrieved 19 September 2011. 
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