The Seed Keeper

Haunting and beautiful, the seeds and words of Diane Wilson’s novel will find their way into your world, however far from the Dakhóta lands that might be.

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Review of ‘The Seed Keeper’

The story of a bold, strong Dakhóta woman named Rosalie Iron Wing unfolds in captivating ways in Diane Wilson’s The Seed Keeper. As much as this is Rosalie’s story—of her past, her separation from her family and her marriage to a white man—it is also the story of seeds, land and connection to a place.

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