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A very long time ago, human beings lived in harmony with one another and with the earth. There was no warfare, no slavery, and no poverty. Women were respected leaders of society.
Then, during a time of climate crisis, a new social order emerged. Chronic warfare, slavery and the subordination of women were its legacy all around the globe. Mythology and history declared that this state of misery was basic to human nature and had existed since the beginning of time.
But that was a lie. Archaeology is lifting the veil of history to reveal humanity as it once was. Cooperative, gender-balanced and peaceful. Who we once were, we might yet be again, if we can only remember.
Join Vanessa Halloum as she interviews author Nancy Wikarski.
Nancy is a fugitive from academia. After earning her Ph.D. from the University of Chicago, she became a computer consultant and then turned to mystery and historical fiction writing.
Her short stories have appeared in Futures Magazine and DIME Anthology, while her book reviews have been featured in Murder: Past Tense and Deadly Pleasures.
She has written the Evangeline LeClair series set in 1890s Chicago. Titles include The Fall Of White City and Shrouded In Thought. The series has received People's Choice Award nominations for best first novel and best historical.
She is a member of Mystery Writers of America and has served as vice president of Sisters In Crime - Twin Cities and on the programming board of the Chicago chapter. She is currently working on the seven book Arkana series.
Learn more about Nancy @ http://www.mythofhistory.com/
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