Lorie Adair enters the mythic mind of Native Peoples, as well as the harsh realities we've experienced on this Turtle Island. She has lived/worked in Navajo territory, becoming close friends with women, families there. This novel is written from these deep friendships, stories, dreams—and, most crucially, her humanity.
In Spider Woman's Loom, Lorie Adair weaves a tale both lyrical and deeply relatable, a story of family, spirituality, and womanhood. Such beautiful language and images to savor, and yet the story is so compelling you can't wait to turn the page.