Description - Eating Fire, Tasting Blood by MariJo Moore
In "Eating Fire, Tasting Blood", twenty established and up-and-coming American Indian writers from disparate nations and tribes offer stirring reflections on the history of their people. This is not a collection of essays about Native Americans but rather a collection by Native Americans - the story of native holocaust on a tribe-by-tribe level as told by those few who have been fortunate enough to survive. Included are original essays by Vine Deloria Jr., Paula Gunn Allen, Linda Hogan and Eduardo Galeano.
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(210mm x 140mm x mm)
Thunder's Mouth Press
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Author Biography - MariJo Moore
MariJo Moore is a novelist and poet of Cherokee, Irish, and Dutch ancestry. She is the editor of Genocide of the Mind: New Writings by Native Americans (Thunder's Mouth Press) and the author of numerous books including Spirit Voices of Bones, Red Woman with Backward Eyes and Other Stories, and a novel, The Diamond Doorknob. She lives in the mountains of North Carolina.