From the Author
What readers are saying:
Susan Isaacs: "This is a memoir about growing up Texas-style. What an eye- opener! Ceil Cleveland takes us on an extraordinary journey--not just to that time and place, but straight into the heart and mind of one fascinating human being."
Carolyn G. Heilbrun: "Many of us were transformed by feminism, but few of us started as Jacy Farrow in a small Texas town. This, the encouraging and entertaining story of that transformation, is a moving and funny memoir. Read it!" ,
Elaine Maimon, Provost and Professor of Literature, Arizona State University West: "A brilliant memoir in the tradition of Jill Ker Conway's 'The Road from Coorain,"
About the Author
Ceil Cleveland, a fifth-generation Texan, daughter of pioneer ranchers and teachers, has taught at several universities, and currently serves as Vice President for University Affairs of the State University of New York at Stony Brook. She lives on the North Shore of Long Island with her husband.