“An Appalachian memoir suffused with atomic energy.” - Kirkus Review

“Through a tapestry of interwoven vignettes, Freeman revisits the surreal side of her Reagan-era childhood.” - Publishers Weekly

“In this book things radiate and travel — they’re both material and immaterial, pulsing and still. Adding texture to the relationship between materiality and memory, Lindsey Freeman shows how tightly history and biography, and social imaginaries and social worlds, are sewn together and emerge in scenes of everyday living.” - Kathleen Stewart, University of Texas at Austin

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