For a couple of years in the mid-1960s, Irene Bennett Brown was women's page editor for a farm newspaper. Part of her job was to write a weekly column, subjects whatever was on her mind. These observations had to do with small-town life, family, the seasons, and memories from her childhood. During the same period she wrote feature stories for Sunday newspaper 'magazines'. This collection is her "sort of memoir" of the times.
November 2013 : USA Paperback