Joseph M. Marshall IIIis a teacher, historian, writer, storyteller, and a Lakota craftsman. He was born on the Rosebud Sioux Indian Reservation in South Dakota and raised in a traditional native household by his maternal grandparents. He has published nine nonfiction works including and , three novels, a collection of short stories and essays, a children's book, and was contributing author in five other publications; and has written several screenplays. Several of his books have been published in French, Hebrew, Korean, Japanese, German, Italian, Chinese, Romanian, Portuguese, Spanish, and Bulgarian.
Feels like a fireside chat with wisdom from stories of the past that are told as if you have slipped back in time ,then brought to the present with the writers insightsPublished 1 month ago by carlton LaVair
I found this a thoughtfully written book, containing much food for thought. I will certainly never view a bow & arrows without thinking of the lessons they can symbolize. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Very good book; more historical than Keep Going, slower to read, but very worthwhile. One I think we should all read. Will definitely read more of his work.Published 9 months ago by Pam Stokes
I wasn't sure about this before I began reading it. Now, however, I am passing it along to my friends and colleagues as an insightful and eloquent piece of writing with much to say... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Keith
Marshall has very good advice for everyone and clearly states it via his Native American story telling style. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Alpine Plume
If I could meet one living writer, Joseph Marshall might just be the one. His books have done much to encourage and inspire me. Read morePublished 17 months ago by sojourner
I have most of Joesphs' books I got to meet him and have him autograph my books when I lived in Denver. I am also Lakota. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Tawoma Martinez