In this captivating collection of prose and poetry, authored by members of the baby boom generation, readers will find writing that is provocative, lush, witty, and relatable. Co-editors Crum and Johnson have selected stories, poems, and essays that illustrate the varied experiences of writers of the Ohio River Valley, born between 1946-64. Their voices speak of the river, home, cultural and historical events, coming-of-age, and the coming of aging. This anthology will feel universal to anyone who has ever searched for identity, connection, and a place to call home.
Learn more about The Boom Project, its editors, and its contributors at theboomprojectbook.com.