Tag Archives: Man’s

‘God was there’: A year after landmark Canadian transplant, Maurice Desjardins is learning to live with another man’s face

“Gun cleaner shoots self” — Ottawa Sun headline, Jan. 12, 2011NOTRE-DAME-DE-LA-SALETTE, Que. — On the mantel inside the Desjardins house, which hugs Lac de l’Argile, a mountain lake about an hour’s drive northeast of Ottawa, there are no framed photos of Maurice Desjardins taken after what the family calls only “the accident.” There’s a picture… Read More »

Listen: Stanley Tucci Reads ‘Fatherhood, I Now Learn, Is a Young Man’s Game’

How late is too late to become a father? The actor Stanley Tucci explores this question in his reading of “Fatherhood, I Now Learn, Is a Young Man’s Game.” Rand Richards Cooper, whose essay was published in Modern Love in 2006, is a novelist, fiction writer and essayist living in Hartford, Conn. He is the… Read More »