Songs of the Universal Vagabond

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From dropping the Christmas goose in Berlin, Germany to surviving tornadoes in Alabama, and recounting the stories of WW2 survivors, Red Haircrow also takes the reader into the oral tradition of storytelling among their Native American friends and family, and how life is as a "two spirit" individual. A photo and literary work. More

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About Red Haircrow

An award-winning author/poet, freelance news correspondent, chef and former law enforcement officer of mixed Native American descent (Chiricahua Apache/Cherokee) who lives in Berlin, Germany. Red Haircrow holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology, and is a Graduate Student at Montana State University Bozeman. Flying With Red Haircrow is Red’s multi-media company.

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Review by: Andune on April 23, 2012 :
I really enjoyed Songs of the Universal Vagabond, it is one of the best collection of memoirs I've read in a while. I loved the colorful short glimpses of a life on a journey, almost like small photographs or poems of moments that are meaningful to the author in some special way. Thank you, Red, for your openness and honesty in this collection. I respect your genuine authenticity so much!

There were some special songs that moved me deeply: Ringside Seats-The Alabama Tornadoes April 2011, The Most Beautiful Woman in the World, “Two Spirit”-Tradition, History & Future, Love-Variations on a Theme, and others that made me smile and laugh: The Goose God Cometh Forth and The People-The Power of the Pow-wow. Every chapter a new rich image. A beautiful book which I highly recommend!
(reviewed long after purchase)

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