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Access denied?

Literary festivals are finally starting to respond to the needs of the hearing impared


WHEN SASKATOON author Adam Pottle appears at literary festivals and events across the country, he occasionally has a tough time understanding his fellow panelists. Pottle was born partially deaf in both ears – a condition that has informed all his writing, from poetry to novels to last year’s theatre production, Ultrasound. It also means that he cannot always easily engage with other authors or audience members in live appearances.

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