‎”My father has Asperger’s, so it’s always been very difficult to connect with him emotionally. Then a few years ago I was reading Truman Capote’s ‘Other Voices, Other Rooms,’ and there’s this scene where the main character prays to know his father. And when he’s done praying, the chapter ends: ‘And in this moment, like a swift intake of breath, the rain came.’”

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