Name the Boy collects the emotionally raw stories of people living hardscrabble lives on the edge of survival and success, of love and pain. Circling around the complicated relationships between fathers and sons, Name the Boy reveals the inner machinations and motivations of characters struggling with their own demons, but who somehow manage to find humor and peace in their decisions.
|Publisher:||The Vermont Press|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||563 KB|
About the Author
Shawn Kerivan was born in Quincy, Massachusetts and raised in Green Harbor, a small fishing village in the town of Marshfield, twenty-nine miles southeast of Boston. He studied journalism at the University of Maine at Orono, and received an MFA in creative writing from Goddard College in Plainfield, Vermont. He’s worked in the fishing industry, as a commercial painter, a carpenter, a ski instructor, and a freelance writer. For the past fourteen years he’s owned and operated a small inn in Stowe, Vermont, with his wife and two sons. He teaches writing at the Community College of Vermont.