In the southeastern Kentucky town of Pine Gap, coal is the economy, faith is the community, and comings and goings are few and far between.
This is home for Jamie Eskill and her family. Her father’s life is in the mines, her mother has seldom been more than an hour from town, and her sister has twins that need her constant care.
Jamie may want more from life than Pine Gap can offer, but leaving is complicated. When she gets her ticket out, she’s not sure whether to use it—until a disaster changes everything.
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About the Author
Since earning an MFA from Southern Illinois University has taught at open enrollment community colleges, regional public universities, and rigorous liberal arts campuses. Now based in Owensboro, Kentucky, Rexroat was a 2016-2017 Fulbright Scholar in Novosibirsk, Russian Federation, and a 2014 Bread Loaf Bakeless Camargo Fellow.