William C. Crawford is a writer and photographer living in Winston-Salem, NC. He was a a combat photojournalist in Vietnam. He later enjoyed a long career in social work. Crawdaddy also taught at UNC Chapel Hill. He photographs the trite, trivial, and the mundane. Crawdaddy’s writing for decades focused on hard hitting editorials on behalf of the powerless. His written advocacy tracked his long career in social work. More recently, he branched out into fiction and memoirs. His first book is due out in 2016. The working title is Just Like Sunday on the Farm: Crawdaddy Remembers the Nam After 50 Years.