William C. Crawford is a writer and photographer based in Winston-Salem, NC. He was a combat photojournalist in Vietnam, and has published extensively in various formats including fiction, creative nonfiction, memoirs, book reviews, and essays. He had a parallel career as a social worker and community organizer and wrote biting editorials on behalf of the powerless such as abused children, the frail elderly, and victims of enforced state sterilizations. He is known to fans as Crawdaddy and they also know his yellow Lab, Scout. His current book, Just Like Sunday on the Farm: Crawdaddy Remembers the Nam and After is a memoir featuring his essays and photos highlighting his time as a combat photographer in Vietnam in 1968. Afterwards, he and fellow vets toured the United States with their cameras, and he started to illustrate the photographic technique called “forensic foraging.” Crawford presented his images in the winter 2017-2018 issue of aaduna and this issue presents another perspective on his work.