In his last post, Michael wrote, One of the principle ways literature and, more broadly, language, helps us see is that it enables us to name. With language we can clothe shapeless and silent abstractions[…]
I am currently living it up as a preschool teacher in China. I divide my reading time between theology textbooks, contemporary literature, and Newbery Medal winners. When I'm all grown up, I want to write like Madeleine L'Engle.