“Rucker is a gifted observer-humorist, unleashing a straight-arrow honesty and a vibrant, penetrating wit while probing the most intimate aspects of contemporary life and human behavior…” (Publisher Weekly)
Mr. Rucker lectures widely on the subject of living with disability. He is also a contributing editor to “New Mobility” magazine and the chairman of the Writers With Disabilities Committee at the WGA. He lives in LA with wife, Ann. They have two sons.
In my dotage, I’ve come to enjoy reading peer-review medical research papers with titles like “Psychologic Factors and Risk of Mortality After Spinal Cord Injury” or “Comparison of the influence of different rehabilitation programmes on clinical, spirometric, and spiroergometric parameters in patients with multiple sclerosis.”
Okay, these titles don’t shout, “Read me now!” nor is the prose the heart-pounding John Grisham variety. Read More