Author Susan Suntree, Peter Coyote, and Kalani Queypo are holding a launch party via Zoom on Saturday, March 6, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. PST for their Sacred Sites Audio Theater. Their team has worked for a year to create an audio performance that speaks to the heart of the current climate and social crises and summons us to live in balance with all beings.
Their celebration is sponsored by 18th Street Art Center. During the event, you can meet the cast and crew, hear clips from the book, and experience Sacred Sites presented in the oral tradition, which is its source.
Register for this event here!
Susan Suntree’s Sacred Sites (Nebraska, 2010) provides unusual insight into how natural history and mythology and scientific and intuitive thinking combine to create an ever-deepening sense of a place and its people. She tells of the migration of humans into Southern California, where they settled, and how they lived. Complementing this narrative and reflecting Native peoples’ view of their own history and way of life, Suntree recounts the creation myths and songs that tell the story of the First People and of unforgettable shamans and heroes.