--Foreword Reviews: forewordreviews.com/reviews/dawn-again/
The most powerful and important book I've read this year? No question. Dawn Again: Tracking the Wisdom of the Wild, by Doniga Markegard, is eloquent, inspiring, and a must-read for any global educator.
--Wandering Educators: wanderingeducators.com/best/stories/dawn-again-tracking-wisdom-wild.html
Markegard excels as a writer when she describes tracking wolves, especially a "lone white wolf running across the side of a tundra-covered hill."
--Huffington Post: huffingtonpost.com/entry/tracking-doniga-markegard-a-review-essay-on-dawn_us_5a0b9949e4b06d8966cf3389
About the Author
Starhawk is one of the most respected voices in modern earth-based spirituality. She is the author or coauthor of twelve books, including The Spiral Dance: A Rebirth of the Ancient Religion of the Great Goddess, long considered the essential text for the Neo-Pagan movement, and the now-classic ecotopian novel The Fifth Sacred Thing, now in development for film and television.
Her works have been translated into Spanish, French, German, Danish, Dutch, Italian, Portuguese, Polish, Czech, Greek, Japanese, and Burmese.
Starhawk travels internationally, lecturing and teaching permaculture, earth-based spirituality and ritual, and the skills of activism. She lives part-time in San Francisco, in a collective house with her partner and friends. But much of her time is spent on Golden Rabbit Ranch in Western Sonoma County, where together with land manager Charles Williams she is developing a model of carbon-sequestering ranching, incorporating holistic management rotational grazing with sheep and goats, restorative forestry, food forests and perennial systems.