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Book details
  • Genre:LITERARY COLLECTIONS
  • SubGenre:Essays
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Voices of New Mexico
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:234

Voices of New Mexico

by Paul Rhetts and Barbe Awalt

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Overview

Thirty-four authors from all over New Mexico, explore what it means to be in New Mexico—the traditions, history, quirks, landscape, and people. New Mexico artists also illustrate the book. The essays are on all subjects and give the reader a wide range of ideas and topics. This is the first book published by the New Mexico Book Co-op to showcase New Mexico’s long history with book publishing, just in time for New Mexico’s Centennial celebrations in 2012.

Description

Thirty-four authors from all over New Mexico, explore what it means to be in New Mexico—the traditions, history, quirks, landscape, and people. New Mexico artists also illustrate the book. The essays are on all subjects and give the reader a wide range of ideas and topics. This is the first book published by the New Mexico Book Co-op to showcase New Mexico’s long history with book publishing, just in time for New Mexico’s Centennial celebrations in 2012.

About the author

Barbe Awalt and Paul Rhetts have co-authored almost two dozen books on Hispanic art and culture in New Mexico. They also own LPD Press/Rio Grande Books, which is the largest, independent book publisher in New Mexico specializing in books about New Mexico art, history, and culture. Authors represented include Sabra Brown Steinsiek, Nasario Garcia, Rudolfo Anaya, Don Bullis, Slim Randles, Charlie Carrillo, Loretta Hall, Henrietta Martinez Christmas, and many more. They will have several of their newest books, including a new bilingual children’s book by Rudolfo Anaya – How Chile Came to New Mexico, the new Saddle Up by Slim Randles on writing, and Andres Armijo’s new Family History in the Rio Abajo.

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