Tag Archives: Gary D. Keller

Gary Dl Keller, Amy K. Phillips, and Photographers Craig Smith and Marilyn Szabo- TRIUMP OF OUR COMMUNITIES: FOUR DECADES OF MEXICAN AMERICAN ART

TRIUMP OF OUR COMMUNITIES: FOUR DECADES OF MEXICAN AMERICAN ART

by  Gary D Keller, Amy K. Phillips, and Photographers Craig Smith and Marilyn Szabo

With more than 600 full-color images, this generously sized coffee-table book celebrates the art organizations that have promoted Mexican American art and have served as art education centers for their communities.

332 pp.   11″x14″  cloth

ISBN 978-1-931010-34-4

ww.asu.edu/brp

Bilingual Review Press

Toll Free (806) 965-0313

Leave a comment

Filed under Books to Read

Gary D. Keller Author- ZAPATA ROSE IN 1992 & OTHER TALES

ZAPATA ROSE IN 1992 & OTHER TALES

by Gary D. Keller

ZAPATA ROSE IN 1992 is a new and greatly expanded edition of Keller’s TALES OF EL HITLACOCHE (1984), a distinguished collection of Chicano short stories.  This volume contains the original four stories that have become favorites among  many readers along with three new tales.  All display “an infectious humor and vitality where English and Spanish are richly, exuberantly intermingled” (Anne Tyler).

“… the zany verbal equivalent of a light and sound show.”- The New York Times Book Review

304 pp.   paper   .  $18.00   ISBN978-0-939558-11-7

Bilingual Review Press

http://www.asu.edu/brp

1-866-965-3867

 

Leave a comment

Filed under Books to Read

Gary D. Keller, Mary Erickson, Pat Villeneuve, and others Authors- CHICANO ART OF OUR MILLENNIUM: COLLECTED WORKS FROM THE ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY

CHICANO ART OF OUR MILLENNIUM: COLLECTED WORKS FROM THE ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY

by  Gary D. Keller, Mary Erickson, Pat Villeneuve, and others

photographers Craig Smith and Marilyn Szabo

Showcases more than 120 works of Chicano art and provides a good representation of the art movement for general readers and students.  Created in part as a catalog of the 2004 exhibition of the same name, the book also contains teaching tools for Chicana/o art students of all ages.

199 pp.  9″x 12″   paper   $35.00

ISBN978-1-931010-25-2

Bilingual Review Press

1-866-965-3867

http://www.asu.edu/brp

Leave a comment

Filed under Books to Read

Gary D. Keller, Mary Erickson, Kaytie Johnson, and Joaquin Alvarado Authors- CONTEMPORARY CHICANA AND CHICANO ART: ARTISTS, WORKS, CULTURE, AND EDUCATION

      CONTEMPORARY CHICANA AND CHICANO ART: ARTISTS, WORKS, CULTURE, AND EDUCATION

      by Gary D. Keller, Mary Erickson, Kaytie Johnson, and Joaquin Alvarado

      Hailed as one of the most comprehensive books ever produced about contemporary Chicana/o art, this two-volume set features more than 600 works in vivid color.  These are the first volumes in the Bilingual Review Press art series 

      642 pp   9″12″   cloth cloth   $80.00/2-vol set   ISBN 978-1-931010-14-6

      paper   $45.00/2 vol. set   ISBN 978-1-931010-14-6

      boxed set (slipcased)   cloth   $90.00/2-vol. set   ISBN 978-1-931010-11-5 

      Bilingual Review Press 

      1-866-965-3867

      www,asu.edu/brp

Leave a comment

Filed under Books to Read

Francis M. Nevins & Gary D. Keller Authors- THE CISCO KID: AMERICAN HERO, HISPANIC ROOTS

THE CISCO KID: AMERICAN HERO, HISPANIC ROOTS

by Francis M. Nevins & Gary D.Keller

THE CISCO KID: AMERICAN HERO, HISPANIC ROOTS expands on Francis Nevins’s 1998 book, THE FILMS OF THE CISCO KID. Retaining the original’s thorough, chronologically ordered study of the filmic Cisco Kid cycle and its in-depth analysis of the Cisco phenomenon. THE CISCO KID adds a Hispanic sensibility to the history of the character in United States film. Despite the Cisco Kid’s initial creation outside the Hispanic world by such mainstream writers and filmmakers as O. Henry and Webster Cullison, by 1929 with the first Cisco sound film, IN OLD ARIZONA, the character was endowed with a Latino persona that it has retained in Hispanic as well as mainstream American culture. Including film stills, lobby cards, and posters, this lavishly illustrated coffee-table book is sure to delight anyone interested in the Cisco Kid.

376 pp cloth $50.00x ISBN 978-1-931010-48-1
paper $35.00 978-1-931010-49-8

Bilingual Review Press

Phone orders Toll free: 866-965-3867

E-mail: brp@asu.edu

http://www.asu.edu/brp

Leave a comment

Filed under Books to Read

Gary D. Keller Author- ZAPATA LIVES!

ZAPATA LIVES!

by Gary D. Keller

Emiliano Zapata rises from the dead to lead his people in their struggle against economic and social oppression in a novel that closely parallels the political situation. First published as the title story in the collection ZAPATA ROSE IN 1992 & OTHER TALES, this revised edition of the novella also features a glossary of Spanish terms, photographs, and some of Zapata’s more important manifestos.

184 pp paper $15.00 ISBN 978-0-939558-12-4

Bilingual Review Press

Phone orders Toll Free (866) 965-0315

E-mail: brp@asu.edu

http://www.asu.edu/brp

Leave a comment

Filed under Books to Read