Tim Page is no longer afraid of death. That’s the one positive takeaway for him after surviving a traumatic brain injury.
Last year, the University of Southern California music and journalism professor — who was also a child prodigy filmmaker, Pulitzer-winning critic, person with Asperger’s, and father of three — collapsed at a train station. He woke up in an ambulance speeding to the hospital. He’s still recovering, still fumbling a bit with the jigsaw pieces of a life a now a little more puzzling, a little more amazing.
Tim has lost none of his generous spirit. Click here to read the full article.
Thanks to Tim Page for sharing his story; Tom Huizenga who wrote the article about Post that caught my attention; National Public Radio (NPR) for committing its resources to publishing Huizenga’s article; Ampersand for committing its resources to publishing a different article about Post; Google for helping me find both articles; and all the people who, directly or indirectly, made it possible to include the picture, text, and links in this post.