Saturday, August 27, 2011

More from Ian Brown

Another thought-provoking piece from The Boy in the Moon author Ian Brown in today's Globe and Mail: I'm glad I never had to decide whether my strange, lonely boy ought to exist.

'On his good days, Walker is proof of what the imperfect and the fragile have to offer -- a reminder that there are many ways to be human, and that judgment is our least valuable human capacity.'