A passion for fatherhood

Michael Chabon’s latest work, ‘Pops,’ is a series of essays on child rearing

By MARY CAROLE MCCAULEY
July 5, 2018 19:54
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MICHAEL CHABON. (photo credit: GIORGIO RAFFAELLI/FLICKR)

 
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Sophie, Zeke, Ida-Rose and Abe. The four Chabon siblings differ in their musical tastes, breakfast preferences and most of all in the lessons they have to impart to their father, the author Michael Chabon.

Being the father of those four young adults (and the husband to his wife, the writer Ayelet Waldman) has been the driving passion of Chabon’s life – even greater than his compulsion to put words onto a page, and that’s saying a lot.

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