In Your Own Eyes is the record of an extended conversation between a 14-year-old boy, Miller Moss, and his father, Eric Moss, during the Fall, Winter and Spring of 2016/2017.
Eric sent Miller a quote: Miller responded with his interpretation of its meaning. Occasionally Eric commented on Miller’s response.
For Miller, age 14 was a point of substantial transition:
What do I do?
Where do I go?
How do I know?
Who else might?
We anticipate that the record of this exchange will serve as a welcome to others in the midst of similar adventurous re-imaginings to add their quotes and responses to the discussion.
|Author:||Miller Moss and Eric Moss|
|Publication Date:||17th January 2019|
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