“This novel highlights the question we all face daily– Will science save us from ourselves? With compelling characters and an engaging story, Jeanne Sable asks us to take a hard look at the issue of biotechnology. The question of who should control our seeds is woven through the story, and left for us to answer in the end.”
–Amy Shollenberger, former policy director, Rural Vermont
Jeanne Prevett Sable is an organic gardener and freelance writer specializing in farming, environmental issues, local food production and gardening. She serves as adviser to the non-profit Sustainability Project, is secretary of her town’s conservation commission, and a columnist for the Monadnock Table. A former newspaper editor, she has also written educational environmental scripts for children’s television, live puppet theater, and environmental web pages.
Jeanne is also a singer/songwriter, performing with the Solar Sisters and the trio, Friendly Folk. Her new solo CD, including original songs based on the characters and setting of the book, is now available.