An Archaeology of Yearning explores a father’s effort to understand a family landscape altered by autism. Ultimately, however, the book is not about autism; it is about the central role of storytelling in sustaining human connections and the power of shared desires in embracing difference.
Bruce Mills has published scholarly books and articles on nineteenth-century American writings and co-edited a collection of essays by siblings of those on the autism spectrum. His creative nonfiction has appeared in The Georgia Review, New England Review, Gravity Pulls You In: Perspectives on Parenting Children on the Autism Spectrum, among others. He teaches in the English Department at Kalamazoo College.
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Bearing Imagination – Outreach
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