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8-29-12: Tim Page's Parallel Play
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Conversation originally aired January 18, 2010
"I'm held together to some extent with Scotch tape, but so far the Scotch tape is holding, and when I'm not miserable and depressed and alone and having to hide out, I think I'm good company and a nice guy...This is not the best way to meet people," Tim Page said.
Tim Page won a Pulitzer Prize in 1997. The Pulitzer Board called his work as classical music critic of the Washington Post “lucid and illuminating.” Three years later, at age 45, Tim Page was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome, a mild form of autism. In 2009, Page wrote a personal chronicle of his early life called Parallel Play: Growing Up with Undiagnosed Asperger’s. He talked to Sheilah about growing up and finally being diagnosed.
Audio will be posted at noon on August 29.