Margaret F. Moose is a native North Carolinian. She graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro where she studied cultural and physical anthropology and fine art. She then attended the University of Pittsburgh and did graduate studies in osteology and paleopathology and later more graduate studies at the University of Wilmington in biology. Margaret is currently a writer, painter and tattoo artist working in the foothills of North Carolina. She is the author of the science fiction trilogy , Annunaki Song of the Beginning , based on ancient legends of visitors from the stars and she is currently working on a nonfiction history of tattooing, documenting the ten thousand year old human tradition that combines medicine, magic and art in the living flesh and is seen in almost every culture on earth.
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