Daily Archives: May 16, 2014

Santa Fe and Writers

Santa Fe and Writers

Who did Santa Fe writer, Witter Brynner, call “Five nuts in five mud huts?

.  The artist group, Les Cinco Pintores: Josef Bakos, Fremont Ellis, Walter, Mruk, Willard Nash, Willard Shuster.

In the 1920’s Carl Sandburg visited Santa Fe.  What are two poems he wrote about it?

.  SANA FE SKETCHES and ALICE CORBIN IS GONE

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Gini Koch Author- THE NIGHT BEAT

THE NIGHT BEAT

by Gini Koch

From the Necropolis Enforcement files

It’s time to kick icky butt and take unpronounceable names.

A routine patrol for undercover cop and werewolf Victoria Wolfe, turns into an epic battle between the undead forces of good against the Prince of Darkness’ most powerful lieutenants and his Army of Evil … the outcome of which is dependent upon Victoria’s abilities to guess what fallen angel Lucifer set in motion centuries earlier.

Gini Koch author of TOUCHED BY AN ALIEN, ALIEN TANGO, ALIEN IN THE FAMILY, ALIEN PROLIFERATION, ALIEN DIPLOMACY, and ALIEN VS. ALIEN.  Available from all online online outlets in Trade Paperback and ebook.

gini@ginikoch.com     www,ginikoch.com

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Rudolfo Anaya Author- HOW HOLLYHOCKS CAME TO NEW MEXICO

HOW HOLLYHOCKS CAME TO NEW MEXICO

by Rudolfo Anaya

with illustrations by Nicolas Otero and translation by Nasario Garcia

HOW HOLLYHOCKS CAME TO NEW MEXICO is a fanciful folk tale that helps explain the beautiful flowers that can be seen in all parts of New Mexico in the summer and fall.  Escaping Herod’s wrath, Sueno, the angel, by mistake takes the Holy family to New Mexico.  Acclaimed author and teacher Rudolfo Anaya blends history in this tale that shows how different cultures can work together peacefully and respect the land we all need.

46 pages 45 color illustrations, 8×10

ISBN978-1-936744-12-1  ($24.95 hb)

LPD PRESS/ RIO GRANDE BOOKS

LPDPRESS@q.com    www.LPDPress.com

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