Most of us remember our preteen years as containing some mixture of excitement and loss about the entry into adulthood. But when filmmaker Taylor Greeson was only twelve years old, he experienced three profoundly life-changing events: he embarked on his first sexual relationship with a man eight years his senior, his teenage brother was stabbed to death by a man seventeen years older, and he was ordained with the priesthood in the Mormon faith.

Meadowlark is Greeson's deeply personal, skillfully-crafted memoir attempting to make sense of these events that significantly shaped the course of his identity and values as an adult.

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