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Digital Subscriptions > Quill & Quire > Jan/Feb 2019 > Non-fiction


Personal stories and memoirs dominate the spring season’s roster of non-fiction titles


Voice: Adam Pottle on Writing with Deafness

Adam Pottle

University of Regina Press, March

The Saskatoon writer and playwright explores the role deafness has played in building his imagination and his development as an author.

Almost Feral

Gemma Hickey

Breakwater Books, June

The LGBTQ2+ activist chronicles their 938-kilometre walk across Newfoundland to raise awareness for survivors of clergy abuse, and their subsequent journey to becoming a trans man.

Me, Myself, They: A Non-Binary Life

Joshua M. Ferguson

House of Anansi Press, May

Trans-rights activist Joshua M. Ferguson recounts the intimate story of reclaiming their identity in a society that is only now starting to examine its attitudes toward sex and gender.

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