Remembering Lisa Mayo 

2013-2014 was a very awarding and challenging for me in many ways. But even though very wonderful things happened for me in 2014. Sometimes life also happens. Things that you are never prepared for even though they are part of life. Where there are ups and downs. And the joy also has sadness. And those things make your life come to a screeching halt and make you hold onto your seat for dear life. 

In 2013 (one month after another )certain events struck all at once in my life. One of my mentors and fellow…

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Reflections on Don't Feed the Indians and Tonya Gonnella Frincher 

Tonya Gonnella Frichner ( Onondaga Nation / Snipe Clan ) 

September 19, 1947- February 14, 2015 

 She was a woman of great integrity and vision. Her vision at times took me to  a different level  of my work  that I never thought possible.   We did many projects together on how to bridge the gap from   the political world to our communities.  And we always discussed, what was the best way to bring this important international work for outreach.  After many late night discussions, we decided that theater…

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The Star Song Carrier Series 

Official Blog of Murielle Borst Tarrant


So . . . I finally did it after ten years of writing and rewriting.  The first installment of my book has arrived. The Star Medicine. It will be available  on 12/ 1/ 11. And, yes it is an ebook! Why? Because I was disappointed with my experience in the publishing world, it isn’t a more dramatic story than that. What does this mean? I means that I can tell my stories the way that I want and I can get them to my readers sooner. And for those that like the…

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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