Stamford: Knights Press, 1988. Paperback. 211p., very good first edition trade paperback in black wraps.
"Navajo" memoirist Nasdijj was outed as being Tim Barrus -- a middle-class white guy from Lansing, Michigan, who was also a writer of gay pornography. Barrus not only manufactured his native identity, but he rose to prominence by lifting elements of Native American writer Sherman Alexie's biography and prose style, as well as those of several other native writers. "Nasdijj" won himself a PEN Award and a myriad of other literary accolades in the process.