NATIVE AMERICAN SHORT STORIES
Jim Sarles AKA Jim Red Fox, was raised in the Catskill Mountains in New York. On December 19, 2004, he suffered a debilitating stroke. One positive result of this traumatic experience was a new ability to think very creatively and to put these thoughts on paper. He began writing about his childhood experiences in Livingston Manor. He always knew that his blood line went back to the Lakota Sioux. In 2009, he became a member of the Native American Cultural Center where he is a member of the board. He is also a member of the “Thunder Bear Drum Circle.” He was given the title of “Story Teller” and the Indian name, “Red Fox” in 2010. He began writing short stories of Native American Indians, reading to school children and various Powwows. This is his first book but more will follow.
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