Miriam Marston is a singer-songwriter and speaker based in Boston, MA.  She's a fan of: Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, G.K. Chesterton, soccer, the ocean, train travel and Pad Thai.  All of these things show up in her lyrics, with the exception of the Pad Thai.  Some of her earliest musical memories come from long family car rides, during which the same three cassette tapes were played over and over: the soundtracks to Jurassic Park and Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, as well as an Enya album. Throw in some Coldplay, Matt Maher, Regina Spektor, Sarah McLachlan and Mumford & Sons, and you get an idea of where Miriam picked up her musical style over the years.

She wants to write songs which help tell the stories that need telling.  That includes your stories, so drop her a line, if you'd like.  

"Faced with the sacredness of life and the human person, and before the marvels of the universe, wonder is the only appropriate attitude." Pope John Paul II, "Letter to Artists" 


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Approaching the Throne of Grace: Workshop on Confession and the New Evangelization

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Theological Institute, 149 Washington Street, Brighton





An Evening of Tolkien and Songs

St. Mary's Parish, Dedham


This presentation unpacks the rich connections between faith and storytelling...and as an added bonus: songs inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien, author of the "Lord of the Rings" and "The Hobbit." Request more info through the Contact page of this website.