What Does It Mean To Live With A Body That Can’t Be Fixed? by Anna Leahy

by janeeatonhamilton

This is a fine article reviewing three books about living with disabilities by Anna Leahy at Buzzfeed. I appreciated it and I think you will as well. I’ve read “Pain Woman” by Sonya Huber, a book I greatly admired, and I have Sandra Lambert’s book on tap. What lucky times we live in, at least in this regard.

Here in Canada, we’ve recently had Kim Clark’s comical “A One Handed Novel,” and next year will see publication of Dorothy Palmer’s “When Fenelon Falls.”

What Does It Mean To Live With A Body That Can’t Be Fixed?