One of its Legs are both the Same
Do you know what makes you, you? Mike thought he did until a diagnosis of Asperger’s Syndrome in his sixties made him rethink who he was, and how he got there. ‘One of its Legs are Both the Same’ is Mike’s memoir of being, as his mum would say, different.
An intriguing and rollicking tale of the hippie era of the early 1970s, featuring murderous rats, painfully low door lintels, angry spiders and a rabid duck.
autism, coming of age, alternative lifestyling, 1970s
Who is Mike Cavanagh?
Mike Cavanagh is now in his sixties and has no idea how he got here. He lives with his wife, Julie, and two black cats in Bateman’s Bay, NSW, Australia. The house they live in is quirky and in need of regular maintenance, as are its owners.
Mike writes poetry, plays
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