I Am Coyote

Author: Jay Schoenberger
ISBN: 9780578136868
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"An anthology for backpackers, mountaineers, and lovers of the outdoors. The collection contains some of the most powerful wilderness essays, poetry, and short stories.

I Am Coyote

Author: Geri Vistein
Publisher: Tilbury House Publishers and Cadent Publishing
ISBN: 0884484785
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Blending science and imagination with magical results, this story tells how coyotes may have populated a land desperately in need of a keystone predator, and no one who reads it will doubt the value of their ecological role.

Coyote Autumn

Author: Bill Wallace
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743428366
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After moving to the country, thirteen-year-old Brad, who has always wanted a dog, adopts a motherless coyote.

Coyote Raven Go Canoeing

Author: Peter Cole
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 9780773529137
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I am raven called corvus corax by ornithologists our form is avian but we are
actually bird people transformers shape shifters on my human being side I am
from the black grizzly bear and sasquatch clans of the lower stl'atl'imx my
community is port douglas (xa'xtsa) sakteen skatin samahquam n'quatqua the old
pemberton meadows village whistler and blackcomb garibaldi from the south and
east the north pitt and those places up there where our people don't live anymore
because ...

Hopi Coyote Tales

Author: Ekkehart Malotki
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 9780803281233
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Well, since I am a coyote, I'll always remain a coyote. I don't think I'll join your
order. I'll just stay the way I am," Coyote replied. But the leader said, "Oh no, you
can't stay as you are. You're already inside; you have no alternative but to
become a member. We can't just let you go." Poor Coyote just sat there. She didn'
t know what to do. "Too late now," she thought, "I should have gone home long
ago. It's my fault and now I have to pay for my curiosity." These were the things
that went ...

Handbook Of The Indians Of California

Author: Alfred Louis Kroeber
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 9780486233680
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Mayemai l There in the east I shall emerge Twirling My hand feathers. An eagle
dance song, originally dreamed : The earth quakes. See my eagle Emerging at
the open place ! Coyote songs, dreamed, and perhaps also of moiety totemic
reference; Whirling in front of you. It is mourned for. The rope of our world I am
coyote. \Ve are coyotes. The earth told them. The earth said: You shall not
continually scratch me. Coyote said : What am I? I am coyote. I urn of the water.
What am I? I am ...

Coyote Says

Author: Webster Kitchell
Publisher: Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations
ISBN: 9781558963450
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I said it with annoyance and wondered at my own anxiety. Maybe I needed an
attitude adjustment myself. Bits of nostalgia for male chauvinism might be
lingering in my consciousness, lowering it. "What makes you think UU women are
taking over?" I asked. "Dona Coyote said to me, 'Coyote, did you notice that all
the mid- level power positions here are filled by strong women? Did you notice
how in charge the women clergy feel? Did you feel, Coyote, that the UU women
are not trying ...

I Scream Soup

Author: Lu Nuñez
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469119889
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I. flm. Coyote. Running parallel to a stream, through a wooded snow—covered
hillside. The moonlight floods the night sky. Echoes scream in the distance.
Running faster and faster I am alone, scurrying through distant pasts. Running
high speed over frozen gravel roads. Valleys draped in slanting roads of silent
numbing cold. Thrashing, running, panting, aching. Stopped, I'm ambushed, I
howl. I pull away, I yank, I heave . . . can't move. Ensnarled . . . I tug, blood
gushing . . .wanting to ...