Articles by Taylor Hyatt
By Taylor Hyatt
August 3, 2021
Reviewer Taylor Hyatt finds Larry McCloskey’s latest book the kind of irritating that opens readers to touchstone stories able to articulate the almost inexpressible.
Many of the stories McCloskey recounts come from his experience as an orderly in a rehab facility, followed by over 35 years directing the Paul Menton Centre, the office responsible for disability accommodations in academics at Ottawa’s Carleton University Although Peter is surrounded by friends and has a successful career in human rights law, he told his friend McCloskey “Even if God does exist, he isn’t interested in me” while discussing the deep truths of life The latest work by Ottawa author Larry McCloskey, Inarticulate Speech of the Heart, reminds me of a thread with many strands