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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Fantasy / General
  • Language:English
  • Series title:The Star Song Carriers Series
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:294
  • eBook ISBN:9781618426307

The Star Medicine

by Murielle Borst Tarrant

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Overview
Murielle’s new novel “The Star Medicine” is the first installment to her Star Song Carrier Series which takes place between earth, different realms and other dimensions. She weaves traditional Native American storytelling, historical events and the fantasy genre, creating a category that she can call her own. Her organic storytelling skills allow her to change the soul of the standard fantasy story so you will be counting the days until the next book to this exiting series. You will cheer and cry for her deeply flawed heroines and heroes that become ingrained in your heart. You loathe the villains but feel for them. You never know which one is going to have control of the next moment of the story.
Description
Murielle’s new novel “The Star Medicine” is the first installment to her Star Song Carrier Series which takes place between earth, different realms and other dimensions. She weaves traditional Native American storytelling, historical events and the fantasy genre, creating a category that she can call her own. Her organic storytelling skills allow her to change the soul of the standard fantasy story so you will be counting the days until the next book to this exiting series. You will cheer and cry for her deeply flawed heroines and heroes that become ingrained in your heart. You loathe the villains but feel for them. You never know which one is going to have control of the next moment of the story.
About the author
Kuna/ Rappahannock Nations Author, playwright, director, producer, cultural artist, educator, and human rights activist. She has a BFA in Fine Arts from Long Island University. She comes from a long line of cultural activism with her family's theater company the world famous Spiderwoman Theater. Her non- fictional work is published by Miami University in Oxford Ohio on the Spiderwoman Theater methodology. She works on the deconstructing of methods of the arts in Native communities in urban areas across the country, Canada, and in the New York City education system. She also consults many urban and non- urban universities on the development on Native theater programming. Nominated for the Rockefeller grant in 2001, won a Native Heart Award and was the only Native American Women to have her work to be selected by the Olympic Games in Sydney Australia at the Sydney Opera House for her one woman show “More than Feathers and Beads”. For four years she served as the Special Assistant and liaison to Tonya Gonnella Frichner the North American Regional representative to the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous. Murielle as a director has directed Muriel Miguel in her one woman show “Red Mother” at LaMaMa and across Canada. She is also Founder and editor in chief of Eastcoastnative.com an electronic magazine that addresses the artistic, political, social and economic Indigenous issues in urban areas on the east coast, including Canada. This is her first fantasy series. When she is not working or writing she is enjoying her two cats, Attia of the Julii and Scarlett O’Hara including her turtle Nutso Tarrant. She resides in Jersey City with her husband of 17 years Kevin Tarrant lead singer for the Silvercloud Singers and being a mother to her college student daughter Josephine Tarrant.
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