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The Swallow and the Nightingale

by: Thea Iberall

This modern fable is about a 4,000-year-old secret brought through time by the birds. While trying to save her scientific reputation, Dr. Deborah Wright discovers that the swallows at San Juan Capistrano are singing a human song. And her daughter makes an impossible request. Against today’s backdrop of environmental decay, Deborah risks her life to find answers and heal her family and the world. Unaware, she follows an ancient Sufi’s seven valleys towards enlightenment.

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Dr. Thea Iberall is an award-winning writer, storyteller, and scientist. She is the co-host of Expresso Yourself Coffeehouse in Medfield, MA. Her book The Sanctuary of Artemis is a collection of contextual poems that bridges science and the arts tracing the roots of patriarchal domination. Her novel, The Swallow and the Nightingale, wakes people up to the real moral issue of today: it's not whom you love, but what we are doing to the planet. In addition, Thea has written three scientific texts and ghostwrote a memoir. She's had over 50 poems published in journals and anthologies including The Southern California Anthology, Spillway, poeticdiversity, and numerous other journals. Many of her poems have been published in anthologies about the Holocaust. Thea was a semi-finalist in the 2014 Mary Ballard Poetry Chapbook Prize and also in the Atlanta Review International Poetry Competition. Thea has written 12 plays including We Did It For You! Women's Journey Through History about how women got their rights in America, which is now in residency at the Amazing Things Art Center in Framingham, MA. Thea and her family were inducted into the International Educators Hall of Fame in 2015. www.theaiberall.com
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This modern fable is about a 4,000-year-old secret brought through time by the birds. While trying to save her scientific reputation, Dr. Deborah Wright discovers that the swallows at San Juan Capistrano are singing a human song. And her daughter makes an impossible request. Against today’s backdrop of environmental decay, Deborah risks her life to find answers and heal her family and the world. Unaware, she follows an ancient Sufi’s seven valleys towards enlightenment.

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