As Tarn Wilson fingers “little beads of memory,” she creates a textured memoir of a childhood that captures the zeitgeist of the 60’s from a child’s point of view. In a pastiche of forms—from narrative, to myth, to historical record, to emails—Wilson draws her reader in to consider what happens when idealism meets the reality of our “flawed and lovely world.” ~Brenda Miller
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