Coming in October: Stay tuned!
Advance praise for Healing America’s Narratives:
“…courageous, compassionate, wise, and visionary…. Brilliant. Thoroughly researched and referenced. A tour de force. Read it.” —Bill Plotkin, Ph.D., author of Soulcraft and The Journey of Soul Initiation
“Stunning, insightful, intelligent, and fearless, this book deserves a place among the great narratives of the American psyche.” —Trebbe Johnson, author of Radical Joy for Hard Times: Finding Meaning and Making Beauty in Earth’s Broken Places
“Marra is doing the collective archeology…. and giving us the diagnosis and some of the treatment plan we need if we are to survive even into the near future.” —Eduardo Duran (Tiospaye Ta Woapiye Wicasa), Ph.D., Vietnam veteran, author of Healing the Soul Wound: Trauma-Informed Counseling for Indigenous Communities
“Using deep history, literary allusions, insights from psychological theory, and an occasional dose of good humor, Marra is unflinching in his insistence that truth counts…. He invites us into Shadow for our personal and collective evolution.” —from the Foreword by Maureen Walker, Ph.D., author of When Getting Along Is Not Enough: Reconstructing Race in Our Lives and Relationships
“Marra brings voices together, rightening history with unprecedented accuracy. In his voice we find a confluence of narratives from opposite, alienated, privileged, unprivileged, and marginalized perspectives…” —Marianela Medrano, Ph.D., author of Rooting: Selected Bilingual Poems
“…invites the reader to ‘wake up, grow up, clean up, and show up’ as an everyday practice of individual and collective listening, learning, and working for the good of all.” —Janet E. Aalfs, author of What the Dead Want Me to Know