Imperfecta

Her brother’s disease leads a writer to challenge how we conceive of human abnormality in the emerging era of gene editing

Steve was a nationally ranked amateur pool player, for whom the game took “ungainliness and made it liquid, turned it into something elegant, beautiful, and normal.” (Photograph courtesy of the author)
Steve was a nationally ranked amateur pool player, for whom the game took “ungainliness and made it liquid, turned it into something elegant, beautiful, and normal.” (Photograph courtesy of the author)
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Pamela Haag is the author of Marriage Confidential, The Gunning of America, and most recently, Revise.

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