Official Website of
Murielle Borst Tarrant
Hello, and welcome to the official website of award winning author and playwright Murielle Borst Tarrant.
Murielle is currently working on her new play, Don't Feed the Indians: A Divine Comedy Pageant, set to open at LaMama in November of 2017!
Don't Feed the Indians: A Divine Comedy Pageant! was made possible with funding by the New England Foundation for the Arts National Theatre Project, with lead funding from The Andrew W. Mellon foundation.
Murielle is also working on her follow up book to The Star Medicine.
Murielle’s 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.
Murielle welcomes you to her website and to her imagination. She also frequents Facebook and has a fan page there and hopes you will join up. There are many ways to get to know the mind of Murielle Borst Tarrant and this website introduces you to them all.
Don't Feed the Indians - A Divine Comedy Pageant!
The Star Medicine
Praise for Murielle Borst Tarrant.
Murielle Borst Tarrant is a one woman earth cruise to the infinite and so is her work! - Linda Hogan, Chickasaw Nation. Author of Mean Spirit, a winner of the Oklahoma Book Award, the Mountains and Plains Book Award, and a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize.
Muriel Borst Tarrent takes story-telling to another realm to explore what is possible in her new work, THE STAR MEDICINE.
She gives to her reader knowledge of the importance of native mythology, not only with a taste of the past, but of the future.
She follows myth beyond the boundaries of what can and cannot be done.
Muriel is half-visionary, half-story-teller. In her braided work, she goes to the stars to bring back their magic to the earth, then gives it back to the sky. - Diane Glancy, Cherokee author of Pushing the Bear, and winner of the American Book Award.
Murielle Borst Tarrant is a daring, creative performer, writer, director and now novelist!
Watch her, as she carries forth the gifts that have come through.
- Joy Harjo, Mvskoke poet, musician, writer, performer and artist