Agna Iyanka, Elmer Norbert Running, was perhaps the last of the old-time Lakota wicasa wakan, or medicine men. He was one of the few to open up the Sundance to non-Indians. People from all over the world came to his ceremonies. This is the story of one man’s years living and working with him.
All profits from the book will go to support Medicine Horse Village.
Karl Hamann was a former baker’s assistant and circus roustabout. He graduated from Burlington College in 1990. He is originally a native of Hazelock, Vermont, but he now resides in Red Wing, Minnesota.