Lance (1939- ) is a retired neurologist. He has been a contributor and supporter of Another America for over a decade. Teaching neurology at UCLA, leading gross brain conferences and enjoying his family takes up his time. He won the American Academy of Neurology History Prize in 1988 for his paper, “The Neurology in Shakespeare.” An amature chef, his original recipe, “Sea Bass Mexicana-Chinois,” appeared in the September, 1995 issue of Bon Appetit magazine. “Dings”, his best selling book on Autism, is available at Amazon in a paper back and Kindle editions. He recently finished a one act play: “And, ain’t I a Woman?”, which had its world premiere a the Studio Theatre, College of the Canyons, in April of 2015.