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About the Author
Ben Logan grew up on a farm in the Coulee region of Wisconsin during the 1920s and 1930s. His memoir, The Land Remembers, has sold nearly a half million copies. He also wrote a novel, The Empty Meadow. He lives in Viroqua, Wisconsin.
Born in 1920, Ben Logan grew up in the farmland country of southwestern Wisconsin. His memoir,The Land Remembers, was published in 1975 to critical acclaim and has sold nearly half a million copies. He speaks of remaining rooted in the land of his boyhood, even though "I have been a wanderer." Logan traveled throughout the world and worked many years as a writer, producer, and teacher in New York. In 1954, he married Jacqueline Stoner, with whom he had three children. In 1986, Logan returned to the home farm in Gays Mills, Wisconsin, where he lives today.