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This New Album – Empty Doors

From Sarah; I just listened to Marideth’s new album at Bandcamp where is is listed for digital purchase and it is ever so sweet! If you want to get your signed copies, or just one, check out the Squareup store … Continue reading

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Empty Doors – Marideth Sisco and Accomplices

Shop Empty Doors is an acoustic, honest, Folk/Americana masterpiece, ringing with the rich rural roots of the Ozarks highlands’ unique musical tradition, but here taking the listener not to the past but to the roots of emotion, a place both … Continue reading

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The latest version of Seed Mother, Book 1 titled “World’s End”, chapters 1, 2, and 3 have just been published on Yarnspinnerpress. Chapter One: The Call Chapter Two: Thanksgiving Chapter Three: It Begins Come Set a Spell at the Yellow House … Continue reading

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“Come Set a Spell” Gearing up to Restart!

Back by popular demand – “Come Set a Spell,” the live storytelling and readings from Marideth’s various novels including book one of the Seed Mother, will return to the Yellow House Friday, March 25, beginning at 7 p.m., 904 Trish … Continue reading

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These Ozark Hills – November 2015

This is Marideth Sisco for These Ozark Hills. First off, I have to say – Wasn’t that a glorious sight this week to see the entire area around Kansas City’s Union Station awash in a sea of Royal Blue. I … Continue reading

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It’s Out, or Almost

My new book of gardening essays, titled Crosspatch: Cranky Musings on Gardening in Rocky Ground has arrived at the printer, has been accepted, and proof copies will arrive October 15 – just in time for the holidays! It’s 254 pages jam-packed with … Continue reading

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These Ozark Hills; October 2015

 We Waited On The Moon This is Marideth Sisco for These Ozark Hills. I had only about one toe in the Ozarks this past weekend while I and some companions visited friends and family up near Columbia. Our aim was … Continue reading

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