Not Hospitable to Crips: A Review of Susan Nussbaum’s Good Kings Bad Kings

BY ANDREW HERTZBERG At the start of 2013, I vowed to read exclusively books by authors who were women, racial or ethnic minorities, non-Americans, and those who identified as LGBQT – essentially writers who were ostensibly not like me, a white, straight, American male.  But I hadn’t considered the physically and mentally disabled, until I read an interview with Susan Nussbaum, whose debut novel Good Kings...
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