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43: Joanne Vannicola, author of All We Knew But Couldn’t Say

Joanne Vannicola


“This book has been an opening, a way to step into the next part of my life. I want to dedicate my time to being a part of change and helping people.” – Joanne Vannicola

Joanne Vannicola is an Emmy award winning actor, four time nominee, recipient of the Leslie Yeo Award for volunteerism, founder of Youth Out Loud, and is the chair of the LGBTQ actors committee in Toronto, which they started. All We Knew But Couldn’t Say is their debut book.

 

Connect with Joanne on their website, Instagram, or Twitter.

Joanne’s book recommendations:
The World on Either Side by Diane Terrana
Stolen Words by Melanie Florence

 

Please visit Joanne’s organization Youth Out Loud for resources, art, and more.

 

Also mentioned in this episode:

Twin Cities Book Festival

The Hueman Journey podcast with Phalin Oliver

 

This episode is brought to you in collaboration with The Matzo Project.

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