Transgender experiences have become a great identity issue of our times and Juliet Jacques is a major chronicler of various kinds of trans-identification – her A Transgender Journey column in the Guardian was longlisted for the Orwell Prize. In this event, she discusses the powerful account of her life in Trans: A Memoir, as well as her campaign to overcome intolerance, even within the liberal and feminist media.
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LGBTQIA+ Voices at Edinburgh International Book Festival17 Aug 2016
From Sue Perkins to Juno Dawson, there's LGBTQIA+ representation throughout the Book Festival programme
Lack of diversity in the publishing world may be rife, but Edinburgh International Book Festival has taken pains to ensure that visitors to the festival can experience the best in LGBTQIA+ writing. From literary superstars like Ali Smith and Jenni Fagan…