The daughter of Pulitzer Prize–winning poet, Richard Eberhart, confronts her family’s myths and her beloved father’s betrayals while finding her voice and establishing a legacy as a trusted consultant to executives.
2020 FOREWORD INDIES Book of the Year Awards Finalist
(for Autobiography and Memoir)
“Cherington’s memoir presents a persuasive account of her effort to reckon with her past.
A contemplative memoir that talks about abuse and its aftermath.”
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Gretchen Eberhart Cherington's essays have been published in Crack The Spine, Bloodroot Literary Magazine, and Yankee Magazine, among others, and her essay “Maine Roustabout” was nominated for a 2012 Pushcart Prize. Cherington is a leader in her community, having served on twenty non-profit and corporate boards. Passionate about the outdoors, she most enjoys spending time with family and friends in wild places around the world.
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