New Review: VOICE at River Street Writing
I read VOICE: Adam Pottle on Writing with Deafness several months ago.
Recently, I finally put into words some of my thoughts about it, and those appear at River Street Writing.
An excerpt (note that these are mostly my feelings):
And wow, this book. It combines creative nonfiction, memoir, and sage writing advice. Searingly honest, it’s full of rage and beauty and a palpable, energetic love of the written word. It’s transparent and full of longing to be “heard.” It commands and rewards a reader’s reflection.
I highly recommend the book, and I notice that Adam will be the writer-in-residence at Sheridan College soon. For the review (and other interesting topics on River Street Writing's website and blog), go here.