Born and raised in Saskatchewan, Kathleen Grissom is now happily rooted in south-side Virginia, where she and her husband live in the plantation tavern they renovated. The author of historical fiction such as The Kitchen House and Glory Over Everything, Grissom is now researching the life story of Crow Mary, a Native woman who carried a Colt revolver on her studded belt and wasn’t afraid to use it. She cannot wait to tell you more about her!
Fiction, Non-Fiction, Poetry, South Dakota AuthorsFor the Sake of One We Love and Are Losing: A Meditative Poem & Journal
FictionChronicles of a Radical Hag (with Recipes)
FictionThe Children's Blizzard
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