What I Mow Around


By Jill Sisson Quinn | July 11, 2018

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Mowing the lawn, a simple task that’s got to be done every so often during the summer. That is unless you start appreciating the areas in your yard where plants other than grass can flourish and you begin to mow around those spots. Jill Sisson Quinn has one of those kinds of yards.

Jill Sisson Quinn

Jill Sisson Quinn is the author of Deranged: Finding a Sense of Place in the Landscape and in the Lifespan. Her essays have appeared in Ecotone, OnEarth, Orion, and many other magazines. She teaches writing at Mid-State Technical College and lives in Scandinavia.
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