Dream Dancer

Dream Dancer

by S J Schwaidelson
Dream Dancer

Dream Dancer

by S J Schwaidelson


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Doctoral candidate Leah Fine goes to Peru to record a dying culture. What began as a year of research living with and becoming a part of a small but vibrant community outside the world as modernity knows it, becomes a year of incredible adventure, passion, and politics. Nothing is really as it seems. What was hidden from view is exposed, and time becomes a precious commodity as the people determine their own fate. Leah is the catalyst; Dr. Morales and Tan become the unsuspecting agents of change in their own secluded world. DREAM DANCER is an exciting anthropological adventure populated by ancient and modern belief and practice. The collision of two worlds creates a moment of synchronicity, that split second when life-altering decisions are made.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780692825044
Publisher: Wifely Person Press
Publication date: 01/15/2017
Pages: 562
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.25(d)

About the Author

New York born, but living in Minnesota, S. J. Schwaidelson is a playwright, political blogger, and novelist.

Now a widow, S.J. met her husband at the University of Minnesota while she was pursuing a Master of Fine Arts degree in theater direction, and they settled in Saint Paul, his home town. After the boys were born, she switched to playwrighting for children, and spent 20 years working on commissioned musicals as part of Schwaidelson and Waterman, Playwrights. Between plays, there were kids to raise, a husband to humor, days jobs, and novels to write.

Her alter ego has been writing The Wifely Person Speaks since 2010. Read world-wide, the blog opened the doors to a number of unique opportunities, including a Google Hangout on women's issues for the New York Times, writing commentary for Minnesota Public Radio, and a very interesting interview with the German newspaper, Der Spiegel after a silent flash-mob protest.

She continues to publish The Wifely Person Speaks weekly and has yet to skip a deadline.
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