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barry-eva's picture
If my guest had followed her childhood dream I could have been chatting to an interior designer on today’s show, instead Arnine Cumsky Weiss followed a career as a nationally certified sign language interpreter and a teacher of English as a second language. She has worked in the field of Deafness...
robert-earle's picture
Talk Talk by T.C. Boyle is an animated, vigorously written story about identity theft related in the third person from both the victims' and perpetrator's point of view. The strongest part of the novel is the opening, wherein Dana, who is deaf, finds herself not only abused by her cynical...
jill-jepson's picture
Most of my readers know me as the author of Writing as a Sacred Path, but long before I wrote that book, I published my first. No Walls of Stone: An Anthology of Literature by Deaf and Hard of Hearing Writers came out in 1992, and, to my great pride and delight, is still selling. It was...
john-newell's picture
Tinnitus is serious stuff.  Tinnitus is a condition that is characterized by what is known as a ringing in the ear. However no bells are being rung. While the sounds heard can be anything from a bird chirping to a locomotive bearing down on you at full volume, the sound most hear is a dial...