By Jeanne Anderson
Eliza Drummond, MAAT, continues to percolate stories about ordinary family objects, some of which are quite extraordinary. They range from a “snake oil” bottle to a basket to a beautiful yellow bread bowl. The stories will intertwine into a fascinating family history.
Now that Eliza and her husband are no longer traveling the world in their boat, she currently is working as a secretary for a school.
Ruth Ozeki’s novels The Book of Form and Emptiness and A Tale for the Time Being have inspired Eliza lately. She highly recommends them both!