‘Letters for my Brothers’: An Interview with Zander Keig

This is a very worthwhile read if you haven’t read the book yet. I highly recommend it.

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While mentors are an important part of any new experience, for newly out or newly transitioning trans men, they are sometimes hard to come by. But Zander Keig, MSW, and Megan Rohrer, MDiv, decided to solve that problem with the book Letters for my Brothers: Transitional Wisdom in Retrospect, a collection of essays by trans men reflecting on their transition experience (disclaimer: I have an essay in the book, but I get no royalties or other financial compensation for sales from the book).

Since the book was published in 2011, it has become increasingly popular – with new guys looking for guidance, with “elders” who transitioned years ago, but who like to read about others’ experiences, and with allies wanting to support a trans friend or loved one through transition. I interviewed Zander Keig by e-mail about the book, and here’s what he had to say :


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2 thoughts on “‘Letters for my Brothers’: An Interview with Zander Keig

  1. I have nominated you for the chain Very Inspiring Blog thing! Hooray!


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