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Digital Subscriptions > Quill & Quire > October 2019 > Lost Identity

Lost Identity

Written while homeless, Mohamed Abdulkarim Ali’s queer coming-of-age memoir illuminates a young immigrant’s struggles

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RACHEL IDZERDA

MOHAMED ABDULKARIM ALI was 31 years old and homeless, living on the streets of Toronto, when he wrote his memoir, Angry Queer Somali Boy. “I would park myself at a bench in the park.

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