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An entertaining look at the life of one of the most famous and influential men - author of The Rights of Man - ever to have lived Widespread review coverage guaranteed for this accessible, enduring subject
Paul Collins is the author of Sixpence House and Not Even Wrong: A Father's Journey into the Lost History of Autism. He edits the Collins Library for McSweeney's Books, and his work has appeared in New Scientist, the Village Voice, and Business 2.0.
Praise for Paul Collins' NOT EVEN WRONG' 'Few things are more heartbreaking than learning that your child is destined to be an outsider...Collins conveys this sad truth beautifully...[A] fascinating portrait of his son' Entertainment Weekly 'Collins elucidates, with great compassion, what it means to be "normal" and what it means to be human' Los Angeles Times 'A genre-bending spellbinder' Newsday Praise for Paul Collins' Sixpence House 'Collins muses on antiquarian books the way the rest of us remember lost loves' San Francisco Chronicle