From the Publisher
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 collection of writing, essays and articles on dream interpretation, intercultural observation, the power of memory, emotion and more. From Native American author and resident of Germany, Red Haircrow's "Songs of the Universal Vagabond" is a sometimes funny and always poignant narrative divided into flash memoir chapters. This is a easily readable, diverse look at a variety of subjects from the perspective of one person's journey through life told through both word and their photography.