The selection of stories on this anthology comes mostly from the book of the same title, now in its fourth printing, and as popular today as when it first came out in 1991. Hausman here selects the stories that are mysterious as well as factual. He should know, he lived them, witnessed them and wrote about them in such places as Havasu in the Grand Canyon and on the Navajo reservation. The sound effects come from field recordings of desert animals, birds, insects and amphibians, and the music is by jazz musician Ray Griffin.
Praise for Gerald Hausman
“Hausman honors Native American philosophy and spirituality even as he reveals it.”
Publishers Weekly called Hausman’s writing “Lyrical, quietly forceful… links to both the physical and spiritual worlds.”
Books of the Southwest: “…folkoristic while clearly representing real people.”
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