Fox Fire Story

As told by Wolf-Walker Conley, Powwaw: Years ago, a very old storyteller told me that telling a tale is like making corn soup; we add a little more or a less of the ingredients, but the soup is still corn. Our traditional stories are like soup, the teller adds a little each telling. That little addition infuses the people back into the mix, never ending, like the small creeks that feed a mighty river. And so, I share with you a tale many moons old, yet new: It has been told,