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Myra Lee Virgil: Featured NAMW Member

Myra Lee Virgil: Featured NAMW Member

Myra Lee Virgil Becoming a Black Canadian and the Rendering of Other Superpowers Becoming a Black Canadian and the Rendering of Other Superpowers by Myra Virgil is the first book to take an unfiltered account of growing up Black in modern-day Western Canada. It weaves...
Barbara Jaffe: Featured NAMW Member

Barbara Jaffe: Featured NAMW Member

Barbara Jaffe When Will I Be Good Enough: A Replacement Child’s Journey to Healing When a family suffers the death of a child, the reverberations can extend beyond the immediate period of bereavement. When a child is born into a family that has suffered such a...
David Bishop: Featured NAMW Member

David Bishop: Featured NAMW Member

David Bishop Sing, Dance, Laugh, Cry A memoir of grief, loss, despair, and soul-searching travel A baby boomer kid, a good student-athlete with good, caring parents, grows up in a segregated small town along the Delaware River in Southern New Jersey. He graduates with...
Polly Hansen: Featured NAMW Member

Polly Hansen: Featured NAMW Member

Polly Hansen A Minor, Unaccompanied In this coming-of-age memoir, a young girl struggles to survive with little parental supervision. Born of two free-wheeling parents in the mid-1950s, young POLLY, the youngest of three, is raised in the creative, narcissistic...
Julie Scolnik: Featured NAMW Member

Julie Scolnik: Featured NAMW Member

Julie Scolnik Paris Blue PARIS, 1976: Twenty-year-old American student Julie Scolnik arrives in the City of Light to study the flute when, from across a sea of faces in the chorus of the Orchestre de Paris, she is drawn to Luc, a striking (married) French lawyer in...
Claudia Marseille: Featured NAMW Member

Claudia Marseille: Featured NAMW Member

Claudia Marseille But You Look so Normal: Lost and Found in a Hearing World By age four, I had hardly uttered a word. Finally, my parents had my hearing tested and learned I had a severe hearing loss. They chose to mainstream me, hoping this would offer me the most...