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Being born the daughter of surgeons does not make you a surgeon, but what about being the daughter of a farmer? What happens when childhood and on-the-job training are one in the same? In Jennifer Neves’s inquisitive and humorous collection of essays about growing up and raising a family in rural Maine, there is little doubt that memories and the stories they inspire continue to guide and shape her throughout life. This collection is both an investigation into the authenticity of family lore and a meditation on the nature of memory itself, how it changes over time and how we are changed by it.
Jennifer Neves is a farmer’s daughter who can’t quite let go of farming. She works as a technical writer while also tackling the daily chores of raising people, which have proven even more time intensive than vegetables. She is the author of Backpack Like You Mean It and her work has appeared in Litro Online Magazine, and Literary Mama. She lives on a farm in Palermo, Maine.