Jean Morgan Meaux lived in Anchorage from 1971
until 1985 and, while freelancing for the Anchorage
Daily News, began work on this book. After attending
Tulane Law School, she stayed in Louisiana to raise
her three children and to practice family law. In 2009,
she opened the cardboard box containing her Alaska
manuscript and began writing again.
During the summer, she and her husband live in a cabin near Haines, Alaska. In the winters, they grow heirloom vegetables on their farm in the Louisiana
countryside. Jean's greatest love, second only to her family, is the Alaska wilderness. She is presently at work on a novel set in the late 1800s.
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