The House That Made Me: Writers Reflect on the Places and People That Defined Them

The House That Made Me Writers Reflect on the Places and People That Defined Them Home the place where we were born where we learned our first lessons where family was defined The very notion evokes powerful feelings feelings as individual as our fingerprints as enduring as the

Home the place where we were born, where we learned our first lessons, where family was defined The very notion evokes powerful feelings, feelings as individual as our fingerprints, as enduring as the universe and as inescapable as gravity.In this candid, evocative collection of essays, a diverse group of acclaimed authors reflects on the diverse homes, neighborhoods, andHome the place where we were born, where we learned our first lessons, where family was defined The very notion evokes powerful feelings, feelings as individual as our fingerprints, as enduring as the universe and as inescapable as gravity.In this candid, evocative collection of essays, a diverse group of acclaimed authors reflects on the diverse homes, neighborhoods, and experiences that helped shape them using Google Earth software to revisit the location in the process Moving and life affirming, this poignant anthology gives fresh insight into the concept of Home.This anthology includes 19 essays by an array of diverse award winning authors.

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  1. 19 essayists have written about a childhood home, neighborhood or a place that helped shaped them The locations are as diverse as the authors themselves Some of the homes are no longer standing, however, the memories remain Some of the writers discovered that looking from Google Earth gave a different perspective to the place that they remembered and allowed a view and feeling different than seen on the ground Recalling anecdotes about family members and friends from the neighborhood are bitters [...]


  2. Meg Tuite recommended this anthology to me and she, along with a bunch of my favorite writers, are in these pages, so OF COURSE I want to read this Also, it s an awesome concept for an anthology Eager to read it Thanks, Meg.


  3. A great anthology of googling in the house the authors grew up in or have lived in at intense times of their lives I LOVE Thank you, Grant Jarrett, for ALL WOW What kickass essays


  4. A great collection of essays by writers not mainstream, which makes it interesting on their childhood homes the place where it all started as it were The one commonality is that they all begin with Google Earth to find that address and zoom in from space to street view sidewalk I had to try it myself and it was a poignant experience than I would ve guessed From this starting point the essays diverge in all different directions to be about the actual place, or the people there or the experience [...]


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