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Radio Head Gal

a memoir of hearing loss
and self-worth

Radio Head Gal is an expansion of Rebecca Knill's TED Talk, How Technology Has Changed What It's Like to be Deaf.  This book is for you if you or a loved one have hearing loss or maybe feel you live in a gray space between who you are and who society pressures you to be. It's also essential reading for people who work with patients or students with hearing loss, in disability or DE&I fields, UX designers, or those in the technology sector.


Radio Head Gal book cover: Blue and purple sun rays in sky with female figure in forefront with butterfly wings covered with an audiogram graphic on left and red and blue spirals on the right. The words "Radio Head gal: a memoir of hearing loss and self-worth," and figure is standing in a white cochlear spiral with Hertz numbers displayed amidst a green hill.

Cover design by Mark Rook.

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