Marideth Sisco, a Missouri Master Storyteller, is a veteran journalist, teacher, author, musician and student of folklore focusing on stories relevant to Ozarks culture and history. She currently is host of the public radio show, "These Ozarks Hills" on KSMU-FM and has just released a new book of essays. Sisco spent 20 years as an investigative and environmental writer for the West Plains Quill and was well known for her gardening column, "Crosspatch," on which her new book is based. Marideth also has a radio show "These Ozark Hills". All episodes are archived at KSMU.org and can be listened to but not downloaded.
Sisco was music consultant and featured singer in the award-winning feature film "Winter's Bone" and is an outspoken proponent of sanity and intelligent discourse on issues that confront America in the 21st century. She holds a BFA degree from Missouri State University and an MA from The McGregor School at Antioch University.
To hear more of her music and for more information about Marideth, please visit her website: https://maridethsisco.com/