Date/TimeOctober 4, 2023
02:00 PM to 04:00 PM
Join us for a reading and conversation with author Paige Maylott about her debut novel My Body is Distant, a memoir exploring transition, critical illness and self-discovery in alternate realities.
We will be centering 2S & LGBTQIA+ staff, faculty, and students, but all McMaster community members are invited to attend! Refreshments will be provided.
Location: McMaster Museum of Art
Register for the event here!
About the Author
Paige Maylott is the author of My Body is Distant: a memoir exploring gender transition, critical illness, and self-discovery in alternate realities. Based in Hamilton, Ontario, she is an avid gamer who enjoys collecting rabbit paraphernalia, eighties nostalgia, and caring for her adorable, but demanding, furry family.
Photograph by Paul Georgiou
Transformative Stories: Year of Gender and Justice is presented by McMaster University Library in collaboration with campus and community partners and will feature a lineup of free, public programming from fall 2023 through summer 2024. The series is part of McMaster University Library’s biannual “Year of” celebrations, which are aimed at highlighting the library’s unique collections, resources, and expertise and emphasizing its vital role in supporting the research, teaching, and learning mission of the university.