Robert Dodge was a history teacher for 37 years and an expat for 35. He is the author of eight non-fiction books. Dodge earned a BA in history and an MS in education from North Dakota State University and an MPA from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard.
Tell us this book’s backstory. What inspired you to write it? Where did the story/theme originate?
I developed epilepsy following unknown encephalitis when I was 32. It eventually became much more serious, resulting in four brain surgeries and removal of an eighth of my brain. As the condition is widely misunderstood and blanketed in stigma, I decided to use my story to help explain the reality of it.
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