Albert Gray Eagle, Flute Maker, Needs An Author

Albert Gray Eagle

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My friend and spirit brother, Albert Gray Eagle, needs an author.

Albert Gray Eagle is a noted flute artist and performer who is skilled in the craft of making traditional flutes along with regional forms of creative writing. Residencies with Gray Eagle may include the art of flute making and playing of the instrument while building on an understanding of history relevant to the Native American. He may provide storytelling for both children and adults that offer a perspective and philosophy of Native American culture of the past and present. Through his artistic talents and gentle nature for teaching, participants will be guided to develop their creative and artistic selves. As a U.S. Army veteran, Gray Eagle performs frequently for veterans events.

I met Albert Gray Eagle at Red Earth in Oklahoma a few years ago. Leaving out some details for identity reasons on my part, he taught me how to make River Cane flutes, and taught me a lot about the origins of the instrument.

I told him that he really needs to write a book last year, but he said he doesn’t know quite how to organize everything. He’s a walking encyclopedia of information, knows the oral history, and so on. That only scratches the surface.  Anyway, I said the same thing to him this year, “Albert, you really need to write a book.” He told me the same thing, he needs help. I said, “Well, what if I thought I could find you an author, could I use your name and post your contact information?” “Yes,” he said.

So, please contact Albert Gray Eagle if you’re an author and are serious about documenting what he has to tell.


  1. I’m not in OK anymore — I now live just south of Boston on the East Coast — but I can help with setting up some webspace that will be a good staging area for his book.

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