The Prophetic Mentor

I’ll never forget Julia. She died a couple of years ago in tragic circumstances, but her legacy lives on in a thousand lives, one of which is mine. She was my mentor, the person most responsible for the course my professional life has taken (she was an atheist, so that’s pretty funny). In the unlikely event I ever win an award for anything, Julia will be the first person I thank.

I first met Julia in an international literature class at university. She was the lecturer, I was the barely-awake man-child in the back row, far out of...

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