作者介紹 MariJo Moore, of Cherokee, Irish and Dutch ancestry is an author artist poet essayist lecturer editor anthologist publisher workshop presenter psychic medium. The recipient of numerous literary and business awards, she is the author of eighteen books including The Diamond Doorknob and When the Dead Dream (two novels of which she is currently writing a screenplay), Confessions of a Madwoman, The Boy With a Tree Growing From His Ear and Other Stories, and her newest, A Book of Spiritual Wisdom- for all days. She is also editor of various anthologies including Genocide of the Mind: New Native Writing, and Birthed From Scorched Hearts: Women Respond to War. She resides in the mountains of western North Carolina. www.marijomoore.com Trace A. DeMeyer (Tsalagi-Shawnee-Euro) is an award-winning journalist, former editor of the Pequot Times in Connecticut and editor co-founder of Ojibwe Akiing; she freelances for News from Indian Country in Wisconsin and maintains several blogs and a Twitter newspaper: Modern Ndn. Her book One Small Sacrifice: A Memoir, describes little-known history of the Indian Adoption Projects. Two Worlds: Lost Children of the Indian Adoption Projects, published in 2012, was co-authored with Patricia Busbee. Her writing, interviews and poetry have been published in newspapers and journals in the USA, Canada and Europe. Trace, a BFA graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Superior, has received numerous news and feature writing awards.