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Part autobiography, part prose poem and part mythology, this memoir begs to be read aloud. Harjo traces the origin of her poetic musical and theatrical careers, but she offers much more than reminiscences. Her story is an account of the forging of a woman’s soul, the hammer blows striking only to reshape her into a sharp and powerful blade of words and music. Slim of spine but lush with Harjo’s trademark singing imagery, this raw and radiant coming-of-age story invites readers to “breathe the light in” and discover their own hidden capabilities.  —Jaclyn Fulwood, blogger, Infinite Reads

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