At the Font of the Marvelous: Exploring Oral Narrative and Mythic Imagery of the Iroquois and their Neighbors is a new release by Syracuse University Press from their Iroquois and their Neighbors Series. The author, Anthony Wonderley, is currently the curator at Oneida Community Mansion House. The author employs the standard anthropological approach to classifying Haudenosaunee myths, legends, and folklore. Chapters explore Iroquois Star Lore and its meaning; Nineteenth-Century Iroquois Legends of Conquest; Killer Lizards, Eldritch Fish, and Horned Serpents; Sky Holder During the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries; Cree and Ojibwe Windigo Stories; An Iroquois Stone Giant Goes Calling in Algonquian Country; and Mythic Imagery in Iroquoian Archaeology. This book offers readers a fascinating look into the Iroquois world of the marvelous as seen through nineteenth-century sources.