Growing up the child of Kurt Vonnegut is hard enough on its own—for one thing, how the hell could you see anything through the perpetual Lucky Strike haze? But for Mark Vonnegut, the author’s only son, there was that and a predisposition toward mental illness. Vonnegut’s first book, The Eden Express, is considered a core tome on coping with schizophrenia, which is a bit odd, considering that one of the first things he learned after getting into Harvard Medical School is that he actually had bipolar disorder. Huh. Mark comes to Harvard Book Store to talk about his follow-up Just Like Someone Without Mental Illness Only More So. [1256 Mass. Ave., Harvard Sq., Cambridge. 617.661.1515. 7pm/free. harvard.com]
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