Miigwetch to everyone who purchases my work. Thank you so much.
Marcie Rendon, White Earth Anishinabe, is a mother, grandmother, author, playwright, poet, and sometimes performance artist. In 2010 she completed a research book project; Native Artists: Livelihoods, Resources, Space, Gifts with Professor Ann Markusen. Her poetry has been published in numerous anthologies, most recently in: Sing edited by Allison Adelle Hedge Coke and Traces in Blood, Bone and Stone edited by Kimberly Blaseser. In 2011 she performed a True Ghost Story for Spirit in the House and reads her work in a series of readings with four other women who write about historical trauma. As Raving Native Productions producer she curated Return of the Native Rave at Manna Fest (a fringe fest in Minneapolis focusing on the spiritual) in 2008. Her script, Rough Face Girl, was the premier production for the newly formed AIRT (American Indian Repertory Theater) in Lawrence, Kansas, 2008.
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Dreaming Into Being...
This poetry book by Anishinabe poet Marcie Rendon includes her award winning poem, lightness into dark... and her most often requested poem, what's an indian woman to do... .
Hannah The Midwife Who Delivered Jesus
This short book was written on Christmas Eve 1990 after my daughter's, who were raised in a matriarchal home, asked, "Mom, when Jesus was born, where were all the women?"
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