Blogs From The Author

Avoiding Myopia

There is an epidemic of myopia today. In just the first five years of this century, myopia increased 42% in the U.S. This epidemic affects …

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Help, I Need Glasses!

If you find yourself suddenly needing glasses, even after a lifetime without them, you’re not alone—in fact, you’re completely normal! Presbyopia, aging eyes, happens to …

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“Precious Little Bug Face”

I have a great-grandson with 1P36 Deletion Syndrome. When he was very young his white glasses on his baby face made him look like a …

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Humorous Places

My son is 11 years old. When he was 2, he was diagnosed with autism and at the age of 7 he received his first …

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Glasses are a reminder of loss, a deficiency which we style away. They express our optimism – that despite our inability, we can be made …

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David King Dunaway

David is an oral historian and a biographer in print, radio, and podcast. Among other projects, for the last thirty years he has documented the work of Pete Seeger, resulting in How Can I Keep From Singing? The Ballad of Pete Seeger, published by McGraw Hill in 1981 and revised, updated, and republished by Villard/Ballantine, 2008.