Red Haircrow is an award-winning author of fiction and non-fiction, poet, private chef and former law enforcement officer of Chiricahua Apache/Cherokee descent who lives in Berlin, Germany. A BSc in Psychology, Red is also a press and casting agent, and owner of the multi-media entity Flying With Red Haircrow.
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VideosThe Agony of Joy
Video trailer of the novel.The Angel of Berlin
With photos made by Red Haircrow, this is the video trailer for the author's short story of urban fantasy and innocent love set in Berlin, Germany.Silence Is Multi-Colored In My World
Winner of a Rainbow Award in 2012 in the category Best LGBT Biography/Memoir. The video trailer of a collection of essays and memories of a young man who was orphaned early, who was gay, deaf and Russian. He was simple and complex, light-hearted and serious, whimsical and infinitely strong, and when he loved, he loved with all his heart and soul.Variance
Book trailer for the short story and novella collection by award winning author Red Haircrow.CORE: A Poetry Collection
The book trailer for Red Haircrow e-book of selected poems.
CORE is a poetry collection with themes of suicide, loss and grief, but also of courage, joy and deeply passionate love. It is a journey of healing and survival that has taken the author around the world. It is the revealing of darkness and light, of beauty and hideousness, and a reliance on the strength of one's ancestors and their beliefs to inspire hope and perseverance.
From the author of "The Agony of Joy", winner of a 2013 Global Ebook Award Best LGBT Fiction, Variance is a collection of ten short stories and novellas by Red Haircrow ranging from the contemporary to the fantasy, from the surreal and thought-provoking to the innocently poignant.
The Agony of Joy
Global Ebook Awards 2013 Best LGBT Fiction Winner: "A good story that really kept you interested and turning the pages until the very end. Well written."
The Angel of Berlin
When Robin, a young university student, saves the life of a beautiful youth, he finds he's made a devoted friend. But without memory and voice, the newly named Angel is a mystery, occasionally exasperating with his child-like qualities yet with touches of darkness that make Robin wonder what kind of being he's really taken in.
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