‘Glue – A Meta-Memoir’ By Lindsay Wincherauk


The powerful follow-up to Lindsay – The Memoir.

It starts with Lindsay meeting his mother for the first time, as his mother, as he stood alongside her deathbed where he said hello and goodbye.

Glue shifts deftly between the present and past as Lindsay continues cobbling the missing pieces of his life together. Thirty-six interconnected stories examining the pains and joys of living—trying to make sense of it all.

Along the way, life is enriched by an exchange student.

Lindsay meets his father only to tell him two weeks later he isn’t his father.

And then, he witnesses a gay bashing, leading to becoming a key witness and, in a true Harvey Milk moment, giving a speech in front of a crowd of 5,000+ about ending senseless violence.

The case resulted in Canada’s first Hate Crime designation.

And then he meets his mother.
… …


A story about a man trying to find himself after his parents come back to life.

And then, he witnesses a gay bashing.

And then, he suffers a catastrophic stroke.

And then →

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