Quote of the Week in the New York Times...Martin Amis says if he had a serious brain injury he might write books for kids. "I would never write about someone that forced me to write at a lower register than what I can write," Amis added. See a follow-up story in the Guardian.
Nice come-back by Lucy Coats and Charles London.
Books by the Brain-injured?
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