In 1980, a troubled young stranger arrives in Prairie Hill, a small Wisconsin city. Jimmy Lathrop would like nothing better than to go about his business washing dishes at the popular local eatery, the Pullet Surprize. A fresh start. No questions asked. Then he begins moonlighting as the... read more
“Even if I saw beauty every day of my life, even if I woke up to it every morning, I doubt that it would ever become commonplace for me.”Jenny Diggles
“I like the fact that something so small, something that seems so insignificant, has that much willpower.”Jenny Diggles
“"We gazed down at the empty field, still lit up, a couple of hot dog wrappers drifting in the outfield like humongous butterflies. I like to talk. I talk too much, but sometimes I know when to shut up."”Phil Whipple
“Rope 'em up and they want to get the hell out. Let 'em loose and they won't stray farther than you can spit.”Hulda Bjorklund
“My first camera was a flat, rectangular instamatic my mother gave me on my tenth birthday. I remember her laughter when she developed that first roll of film. 'Nothing but dogs!' she said.”Jimmy Lathrop
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