Wednesday, February 03, 2021

Q&A with Joseph Bruchac

From my Q&A with Joseph Bruchac, author of Peacemaker:
How much work does your title do to take readers into the story?

The title Peacemaker was chosen for several reasons. It introduces the central theme of the book —bringing peace at a time of conflict. It also directly relates to the story of the founding centuries ago of the League of the Five Nations (or Iroquois) by a messenger from the Creator who was known as the Peacemaker. Further, the main character of the book is a young man who is himself in need of peace and seeks a way to help bring it.

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Q&A with Joseph Bruchac.

--Marshal Zeringue