The authors of two of the year’s most powerful memoirs discuss their art. Deng Adut’s Songs of a War Boy tells his story of being a former child soldier and refugee, overcoming deadly adversity, and becoming a lawyer for the disenfranchised. Graeme Innes’s Finding a Way is about being blind from birth and overcoming obstacles to eventually become the Human Rights Commissioner. Deng and Graeme talk to Madeline Gleeson about their memoirs, and discuss the art of writing perseverance and the legacy of their stories.
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