This section of the RADA site is a library of print and online resources about Rudolfo Anaya and his work. Anaya is a prolific writer whose work spans many genres of fiction and non-fiction, and much commentary about his work has been produced. Included here are web links to articles, books, audio and video, interviews, and other websites on topics such as biographical information, literary criticism, and closer looks at his writerly, public, and private lives. You can also contact us at University Libraries with any inquiries or research interests.
Incredible Elfego Baca : Good Man, Bad Man of the Old West
Rudolfo Anaya writes a foreword for Howard Bryan's Incredible Elfego Baca. Includes a written note by Teresa Marquez.
La Casa Teatro presents Rudolfo Anaya's Angie
An immediate press release of the opening of Rudolfo Anaya's bilingual play Angie along with a handwritten note about Anaya's significance in Chicano Theatre.
Essays and Articles
Forms of Biculturalism in Southwestern Literature: The work of Rudolfo Anaya and Leslie Marmon Silko
An essay on forms of biculturalism in Southwestern Literature.
The Interplay of Cultures in the History & Literature of the Borderlands
The Creative Burst from New Mexico : The Novels and Stories of Rudolfo Anaya.
The Rite of Passage as a Figure for Emergent Literature in Rudolfo A. Anaya's The Place of The Swallows.
An essay on Rudolfo Anaya's short story " The Place of the Swallows"
Book Review of Albuquerque
Benjamin Saenz writes a journal article on review of Rudolfo anaya's Alburquerque.
Poems from the Río Grande by Rudolfo Anaya
"Poems from the Río Grande is the first collection of poems by a revered Chicano writer who writes for la gente (the people) but who has also been acclaimed by literary critics around the world for his lyrical prose." - Roberto Cantú
World Literature in Review : Jalamanta
Nericcio believes that 'Jalamanta' is one of Anaya's misbegotten literary experiment.
Rudolfo Anaya Autobiography as written in 1985
Author Rudolfo Anaya writes an account of his life in the autobiography.
An Analysis of Rudolfo Anaya's Novels as Epics
A thesis presented to The Faculty of the Department of Chicano Studies. California State University, Los angeles.
Rudolfo Anaya Annotated Source Reference Bibliography
An annotated bibliography of scholarly and critical resources on Rudolfo Anaya's life and work.
A Sense of Place: Rudolfo A. Anaya: An Annotated Bio-Bibliography
This work is the most comprehensive bibliography of Anaya's work currently available. Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Rudolfo Anaya Clippings Inventory
Inventory of the Rudolfo Anaya vertical files at the Center for Southwest Research.
Awards and Honors
100 Most Influential Hispanics
Author Rudolfo Anaya enlisted among the 100 most influential hispanics in the October issue of Hispanic Business.
ABQ Wall of Fame’s newest member is Rudolfo Anaya
An article in the Albuquerque Journal celebrating Rudolfo Anaya's induction into the Wall of Fame at the Alvarado Transportation Center in 2014. The article includes a brief biography and a description of the award ceremony.
Awards & Honors: 2015 National Humanities Medalist Rudolfo Anaya
This is the formal announcement of Rudolfo Anya being selected to receive the 2015 National Humanities Medal. The article includes an overview of Anaya's literary works and commentary about the ground upon which he was selected to receive the award.
Rudolfo Anaya : National Humanities Medal
"I've been thinking a lot about what this recognition means, and I've decided it's not just about me. This award is about the people of New Mexico." - Rudolfo Anaya.
Rudolfo Anaya to Receive Western Writers of America's 2018 Owen Wister Award
Rudolfo Anaya will receive the Owen Wister Award for Lifetime Contributions to Western Literature from Western Writers of America.
The Innocente by Rudolfo Anaya
Rudolfo Anaya spoke to fans and colleagues about his trip to Washington to receive a National Medal of Arts from US President George W. Bush.
Criticism and Interpretation
Book Flap Another Sign of Our Sad Times
Bill Johnson highly applauds Rudolfo Anaya's Bless Me, Ultima for being totally beautiful, poetic book.
Norwood Superintendent Defends Decision To Ban Book
An assurance was made for the future that there would be a committee, made up of students, teachers and parents, to institute guidelines for required reading.
Rudolfo A. Anaya: A Critical Companion
In this volume, published in 1999, Margarite Fernández Olmos provides an overview and analysis of several novels by Rudolfo Anaya, including Bless Me Ultima (1972), Heart of Aztlán (1976), Tortuga (1979), Alburquerque (1992), Zia summer
Rudolfo A. Anaya: Focus on Criticism
Published in 1990, Focus on Criticism was the first critical anthology dedicated to a Chicano author.
Some Parents Want Blue Valley To Drop 14 Books
Parents at Kansas want the reading curriculum of Blue Valley School to be changed.
We can’t allow our freedom to read to fall
Rudolfo Anaya's seminal work has been met with banning attempts ever since its first publication in 1972 - Parl Talchert.
Author Signing Schedule
The announcement made by Cultura Latina Bookstore about authors signing at the booths with schedule printed inside.
A Chicano in China: Rudolfo Anaya's Journey Within a Journey
Presentation of A Chicano in China at Alexander Von Humboldt Conference.
High entertainment, Warmhearted and good-humored, Celebration of a tradition, Deep respect for a people, Major contribution to literary history
A formal announcement in UNM Press about Hillerman, Harris, Silko, Anaya and Hill and their literary artworks.
Mimetic rivalry, sacrifice, and the monstrous double in Rudolfo Anaya's Quetzalcoatl, Lord of the Dawn
Presentation of Quetzalcoatl : Lord of the Dawn at COV&R Conference, Purdue.
The Golden Carp and Moby-Dick : Rudolfo Anaya's Multi-Culturalism
An essay on Anaya's work written by Theresa M. Kanoza and published on The Journal of the Society for the study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States.
Voces - Writings by Nuevo Mexicanos
Introduction of collection of prose and poetry by contemporary writers from the Nuevo Mexicano community.
Where Coyotes Howl and Wind Blows Free : Growing up in the west
"The Golden Carp" an excerpt from the famous novel Bless Me, Ultima.
Short Stories, Excerpts, Essays
A Quarterly Review of Multicultural Literature : Rudolfo Anaya on The New World Man
An essay adapted from an address delivered at the Third International Conference on Hispanic Cultures of the United States.
Join in Multiethnic Short Stories : Dead End
Author Rudolfo Anaya discusses about Maria's struggle between the "dead end" life and promise to her mother.
Requiem for a Lowrider
An excerpt from a commencement address presented by Rudolfo A. Anaya to the 1978 graduating class of Albuquerque Public School.
Spirit of Cibola
Cibola is more than history, it is a land imbued with spirit, a spirit we continue celebrating - Rudolfo Anaya
The New World Gospel as Proselyted in Rudolfo Anaya's Jalamanta
The draft of Rudolfo Anaya's "Jalamanta".
Transnationalizing Aztlan : Rudolfo Anaya's Heart of Aztlan and US proletarian literature
A critical essay on Rudolfo Anaya's Heart of Aztlan.
Criticism and Writing
Healer from the Southwest : The Magical Art of Rudolfo Anaya
Myra Harada writes about Rudolfo Anaya and his literary works.
'Ultima' author Anaya knows book has fans, critics
Rudolfo Anaya talks about the religious issues raised in the novel Bless Me, Ultima, his would be censors and role of Chicano literature in United States schools during a phone interview from his home.
Author Rudolfo Anaya seeks to help raise self-esteem of young readers
Author Rudolfo Anaya is interviewed by the NEA and interesting questions come up - the reasons for his books devoted for the young audiences and his frequent school visits.
Conversations with Rudolfo Anaya
A collection of interviews with Rudolfo Anaya, conducted over the course of over 20 years, from 1976-1998.
Interview in New Mexico Magazine, February 2011
A short interview with Rudilfo Anaya, which appeared in the February 2011 issue of New Mexico Magazine.
One-on-One with Rudolfo Anaya
Author Anaya provides us with a heatfelt perspective on what it took to write the inspiring and classical novel, "Bless Me, Ultima" - Latina Lista
Rudolfo Anaya on the Filming of Bless Me, Ultima
The Review interviewer Mike Raul Ornelas interviews Rudolfo Anaya about the planned filming of his novel Bless Me, Ultima.
Rudolfo Anaya shares with Carmella Padilla that "It's the connection and the understanding between my Indo-Hispanic cultures. If people don't make that connection, they don't understand New Mexico."
'Albuquerque' a quest for Hispanic identity
Sandra Dallas gives insights on Rudolfo Anaya's book "Alburquerque".
'Ultima ' blesses the stage, too
A live performance of critically acclaimed novel Bless Me, Ultima hits the stage.
'Ultima' Film Comes to N.M.
"Bless Me, Ultima" is coming home after the novel's adaptation premiered in Texas.
A larger landscape
Author Rudolfo Anaya surprised by honors from Western Writers group, a national organization of more than 650 men and women who write about old and new west.
A New Mexico Christmas Reading List
The Christmas reading list features New Mexico related Christmas scenes that can help the reader rest, relax and cultivate the right holiday mood.
A Spiritual Journey
"Bless Me, Ultima" will have its New Mexico premiere at the Santa Fe Independent film Festival at 7pm.
A taste of adventure
David Steinberg writes a review of "How Chile Came to New Mexico" by Rudolfo Anaya.
A Whole of Many Parts: Albuquerque by Rudolfo Anaya
Rudolfo Anaya has sketched a history of albuquerque within the framework of his novel.
ABQ author honored on Wall of Fame
The 'godfather of contemporary Chicano literature' is second honoree.
Actress Miriam colon, who played Ultima, dies
Colon earned wide acclaim for her role as the New Mexico Hispanic healer Ultima in the movie "Bless Me, Ultima."
Albq author hopes to make it to film
Charlotte Black talks about Rudolfo Anaya's original teleplay "Rosa Linda" and the hope to get transmitted into a film.
Anaya a big hit in Europe
Professor Paul B. Taylor from Universite de Geneve praises Author Rudolfo Anaya.
Anaya's 'Matachines' a pleasing production
"Matachines" by Rudolfo Anaya, directed by Cecilia Aragon, presented by La Casa Teatro.
Anaya's Bless Me, Ultima going strong 22 years later : Chicano acceptable term to literary 'godfather'
The title of Bless Me, Ultima has been newly issued by Warner Books in an illustrated edition.
Anaya's version of 'La Llorona' legend comes to stage
"The Season of La Llerona" will be staged at the National Hispanic Cultural Center.
Author Anaya Humbled By National Arts Honor
President Bush announced that author Rudolfo Anaya will receive a National Medal of Arts for 2001.
Aztlan: place of the heart, mind
A review of "Aztlan: Essays on the Chicano Homeland" by Max Martinez of San Antonio who has a new collection of fiction.
Billy the Play
Billy the kid, el Bilito, has a history in New Mexico. Rudolfo Anaya shows onstage the Kid Hispanics loved and Anglos hated - Richard Benke.
Bless Me, Ultima : Century Rio, Century 14 Downtown, Cottonwood Stadium 16
Carl Franklin directs the film adaptation of Rudolfo Anaya's Bless Me, Ultima.
Bless Me, Ultima author honored
Author Rudolfo Anaya gives a thumbs up after being inducted into the Albuquerque Wall of Fame.
Bless Me, Ultima opera dates set: Composer is Hector Armienta, who worked with author Anaya on libretto
The 1972 critically acclaimed novel is brought to the opera stage by the National Hispanic Cultural Center and Opera Southwest.
Bless Me, Ultima premieres
Author Rudolfo Anaya and actor Luke Ganalon talk with reporters before the movie's New Mexico premiere.
Booknotes : Winning Novelist
Ronald L. Ruiz is announced as the winner of 1998 Premio Aztlan for his novel "Giuseppe Rocco".
Celebrating a lifelong connection: North Valley library renamed for iconic New Mexico author Rudolfo Anaya
Author Rudolfo Anaya greets children from Alameda Elementary School outside the newly renamed Rudolfo Anaya North Valley Library.
Chicano author Anaya documents evolving Latino culture in his work
Robert Halpern talks about Ultima from Anaya's Bless Me, Ultima, as one of the last living links of Aztlan.
Chicanos called the Southwest AZTLAN
Author Rudolfo Anaya is a panelist in a discussion of "Aztlan: Approaches to the Chicano Homeland" at the National Association for Chicano Studies conference.
Collection focuses on New Mexico
The article discusses about works of New Mexican writers including Rudolfo Anaya's play "Who Killed Don Jose?"
Colorado Book Banning Makes N.M. Author's Tale More Relevant
Writer Jim gives the suspects for banning Bless Me Ultima from the Associated Press reports.
Creating another Valentine's Day to remember
Rudolfo Anaya agrees to recite a love poem for Anne-Bolger-witherspoon, wife of Lonnie Anderson.
The exhibit by Augustine Romero features visual interpretations of Rudolfo Anaya's celebrated book Bless Me, Ultima.
Dean of Chicano Literature: salutes Cesar Chavez
El Paso artist Gaspar Enriquez illustrated the cover for Rudolfo Anaya's next book, "An Elegy on the Death of Cesar Chavez".
Diversification Follows Intense Writing Decade
Dean of Chicano writers, Rudolfo Anaya explains why it is hard to write short than long.
Farolitos for Abuelo
'Farolitos For Abuelo' continues the story of the life of Luz and her grandfather, from 'The Farolitos of Christmas'.
Farolitos sheds a light on holiday tradition: Gonzales tells a warm story
With the illustration by Edward Gonzales of every New Mexican children can identify with the book's imagery.
Heart & soul : 'Ultima' role in opera a 'thrill' for New Mexico native
Adrian Gomez discusses the new Bless Me, Ultima Opera.
Holiday tale is one of family and community spirit in hard times
Valli Marie Rivera declares that the entire New Mexican village comes to life in this play that is being produced.
Imagination Rewarded @ your library
The Aztlan Literary Award Winner Mary Helen Lagasee author of The Fifth Sun will give a lecture entitled, Breaking Barrio images: A Voice from the Deep South.
Lujan Applauds Recognition of Rudolfo Anaya at the White House
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Ben Ray Luján of New Mexico’s Third District released the following statement congratulating New Mexico author Rudolfo Anaya, who received the National Humanities Medal today at the White House.
Man of Visions: Trial-blazing author Rudolfo Anaya approaches 80th birthday still writing, still dreaming
Rudolfo Anaya's fiction has been fueled by characters that come to life and by memories that will not die.
Matanza celebrates Anaya
"The event celebrated the author Rudolfo Anaya and teacher's work, as well as a scholarship created in his name." - Joe Buffaloe
Max Evans sells movie rights to cowboy novel
Rudolfo Anaya reads from and signs copies of his book "Farolitos of Christmas."
Metaphorical flora: A trio is rescued. And, hollyhocks blossom where they hadn't grown before
The book "How Hollyhocks Came to New Mexico" by Rudolfo Anaya explains the origins of hollyhocks - a popular, drought-resistant garden flower.
Musical Turns Childrens Tale Into Yule Tradition
Novelist Anaya wove for his granddaughter a tale of traditions crossing the generations - Sue Holmes.
Nation honors author Anaya
Rudolfo Anaya is congratulated by President Bush and first lady Laura Bush after being awarded a National Medal of Arts at a ceremony.
New Mexico novel still fuels fears
And many more people have found value in the book than have found things to criticize.
Novel Impressions: Ultima Exhibit, February 2018
A news article in the Albuquerqure Journal that describes an art exhibit at the National Hispanic cultural Center. The exhibit is a collection of works inspired by Rudolfo Anaya's novel Bless Me, Ultima.
Novel pokes head out of shell
Anaya talks about his third novel Tortuga and the difiiculty in revealing the emotions that all the kids and he had gone through.
Parable for Our Times : 'Jalamanta' is more spiritual search than story
A review of Jalamanta : A message from the dessert by Victor Perera.
Parents question 4 books on list
A parent detailed complaints about Bless Me, Ultima for portraying Chistianity's God as petty, jealous and impotent.
Poet of the Barrio : Struggling for the power in the Southwest
"Albuquerque, Anaya's first novel in more that 10 years is a juicy tale about family, politics and a city where different cultures - Chicano, Anglo and Native American - jostle for power." - Susan Miller
President honors N.M. author Anaya
The White House announced that author Rudolfo anaya will be awarded the national Medal of Arts.
Puzzling details derail 'Compadre!
Author Rudolfo anaya tries his hand at playwriting with "Ay, Compadre!"
Racine County, here's your reading assignment
"Bless Me, Ultima" is being recommended to all Racine County residents by Racine Reads in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.
Read it, Kids ! Your Parents Don't Have to Know!
California School District Removes Bless Me, Ultima from Curriculum.
Reading series to highlight Hispanic writer Rudolfo Anaya
Anaya reads from his work in Richardson Auditorium on the East Campus of Del Mar College and in the auditorium of the Art Museum of South Texas.
Rudolfo Anaya Gets Deserved Recognition
Rudolfo Anaya receives a National Medal of Arts for 2001 from then President George Bush.
Rudolfo Anaya honored for 'pioneering stories'
Rudolfo Anaya calls out to the audience in the East Room of the White House after receiving the National Humanities Medal from President Barack Obama.
Rudolfo Anaya shares 'The Man Who Could Fly' and vintage stories in collection
David Steinberg gives the review of Rudolfo Anaya's The Man Who Could Fly.
Running Wild : Authors use animal characters to teach kids important life lessons
Author Rudolfo Anaya ans Albuquerque artist El Moises make these colorful characters larger than life in their instructive children's book.
Students Bless 'Ultima'
Eighth-graders are angry because Rudolfo Anaya's book was banned in a Colorado high school.
Superintendent bans Bless Me, Ultima in Colorado high school
A digital content on the banning of Bless Me, Ultima at Colorado High School along with the comments of the general public on the story.
Superintendent apologizes for pulling book
Superintendent apologizes for confiscating two dozen copies of Bless Me, Ultima from a English class.
Superintendent upset by profanity in Bless Me, Ultima
The story of the ban of Rudolfo Anaya's Bless Me, Ultima along with the comments of general public.
The American West Literature Landscape
James R. Hepworth writes a review about Frank Waters and William Stafford.
The Journal of a Chicano in China
In the journal Rudolfo Anaya writes about his impressions of the communication that he had with the people of China.
The Old Man's Love Story
The short work is full of after-death conversations between the old man and the woman.
Treasured Tiles : In the market for a rare read? Antiquarian Book Fair hits the shelves this week
Mark Holmen is selling his copy of Bless Me, Ultima a signed first edition hardback witha dust jacket fpr $3500.
Tricentennial Matanza honors Rudolfo Anaya
Proceeds from The Matanza, organized by UNM's creative writing program will benefit the new Rudolfo Anaya Scholarship/Fellowship Fund.
Ultima Banned At Colo. School
Norwood High School has banned "Bless Me, Ultima" saying that it is too profane for the students.
UNM's Blue Mesa Review Gains Acclaim
Blue Mesa Review which publishes the works of regional writers has not changed it's philosophy with David Johnson elected after Anaya stepped down as editor.
What is a New Mexican?: Education is key; let's celebrate teachers
The journal asks various New Mexican leaders to tell the readers what it means to them to be a New Mexican.
Words to Live By: A Piece of Timely Advice from Rudolfo Anaya sets Award-Winning Writer Luis Alberto Urrea on his Life's course
Review of Luis Alberto Urrea's novel, "The House of Broken Angels."
Writers' Workshop Brings Authors/Writers Together
Rudolfo Anaya and Teresa Marquez discuss the author's books.
About the Rudolfo Anaya Digital Archive
A brief video introduction to the Rudolfo Anaya Digital Archive (RADA) website.
Dream Weaver: Turning 80, acclaimed author Rudolfo Anaya looks back and ahead
Author Rudolfo Anaya approaches 80th birthday still writing; still dreaming.
Final Big Read at NHCC
The event of NEA's The Big Read initiative celebrates Anaya's literary work where free copies of the classic novel "Bless Me, Ultima" will be distributed.
Lectures, Events and Performances
Join us for an all day marathon reading of Rudolfo Anaya's Bless Me, Ultima
Celebrating 40th anniversary of Rudolfo Anaya's Bless Me, Ultima.
La Bella Notte: The Board of Opera Southwest Requests the Honor of Your Presence
Celebrating the World Premiere Armienta Bless Me, Ultima on January 26 at 6.00 in the evening.
La Ultima Exhibicion
La Ultima Exhibicion from February 16 to November 11 where Augustine Romero is the guest curator.
Rudolfo A. Anaya Renowned Nuevo Mexicano, Author, Poet and Playwright
Community College of Southern Neveda and The Associated Students of CCSN proudly presents Rudolfo Anaya at Nicholas Horn Theater.
21st Aspen Writers' Conference
The summer program offers workshops in poetry, fiction, non-fiction and children's literature where Rudolfo Anaya was one of the guest speakers.
A Milestone for Opera Southwest & bless Me, Ultima
The story Bless Me, Ultima by Rudolfo Anaya is an opera, premiering at the National Hispanic Cultural Center and performed by Opera Southwest within its 45th anniversary season.
Armienta World Premiere: Bless Me, Ultima
The composer Hector Armienta tells Rudolfo Anaya's epic novel Bless Me, Ultima through the power of Opera.
Theatrical presentation of "Ay, Compadre!" written by Rudolfo Anaya and directed by Cecelia Aragon.
Being Ethnic, Becoming American : Struggles, Successes, Symbols
Reading and dicussion programs in America's Libraries.
Ceremony and Reception in Honor of Rudolfo Anaya : Recipient of The National Medal of Arts
Reception in honor of Author Rudolfo Anaya.
Festival de Oton~o: Art and Literature Awards
Art and Literature Contest Awards Program where writer Rudolfo Anaya presented the Literature Awards.
Join us to celebrate the long awaited publication of Albuquerque
Reception, Reading and Booksigning event to celebrate the publication of "Albuquerque" written by Rudolfo Anaya.
La Ultima Exhibicion: Bless Me, Ultima
A 102 minutes screen adaptation of Rudolfo Anaya's Bless Me, Ultima in Bank of America Theatre
Renaming Ceremony of Rudolfo Anaya North Valley Library
An event to honor Rudolfo Anaya and his contribution to the city of Albuquerque
Rosa Linda: Every Rose has a thorn
World premiere of Rudolfo Anaya's explosive tale of love, lust, betrayal and redemption.
Rudolfo and Patricia Anaya
Rudolfo and Patricia entrusted the University of New Mexico's General Library with Rudolfo's entire manuscript collection which resides with Center for Southwest Research/Special Collections.
The Paul Bartlett Re Peace Prize of the University of New Mexico
Author Rudolfo Anaya was awarded with the Life Time Achievement Award in literature.
Tortuga A Novel
Tortuga is Anaya's personal journey exploring the significance of pain and suffering after a swimming accident.
Rudolfo anaya's New "Sorrows"
Rudolfo Anaya talks about his recently published book "The sorrows of Young Alfonso" which is deemed to be a "fictional memoir".
A Chicano in China
New Mexico novelist Rudolfo Anaya searches for symbols of his Native American soul.
A Passion for History : A conversation with Rudolfo Anaya
"As mestizos, we have to understand not only our European heritage, but also our Native American heritage." - Rudolfo Anaya
Tortuga presents the agonizing and tragic world of one who is trapped, be it by a physical impediments or a mental barrier - Armando Miguelez.
Cuentos de los Antepasados - Spanning the Generations
Adapted from a speech presented to the Seventh Annual Bilingual / Multicultural Education Regional Conference, Denver, Colorado, October 12, 1978 - Rudolfo A. Anaya.
Frank Waters wrote a story about the man who killed a deer which inspired Rudolfo Anaya to write a short story "Devil Deer".
Fantasias : Dreams and Illusions
Discussion of Tortuga in terms of various general features of magic realism.
Jalamanta: A Message from the Dessert
Joanne Wilkinson describes Rudolfo Anaya's "Jalmanta" and confirms that the novel is at its best when depicting the special relationship between Fatimah and Jalamanta.
La Llorona : Tale of Woman's Ultimate Sacrifice
A review of Rudolfo Anaya's La Llorona by David J. Corwell.
Rudolfo Anaya : The Chicano Worldview
William Clark discusses about Anaya's novels such as Zia Summer, Alburquerque, Bless Me, Ultima, Heart of Aztlan, Tortuga and Farolitos of Christmas.
Stand Up Against Censorship Anywhere It Occurs
"In a multicultural setting, artists from each group must be free to interpret the world from their own perspective." - Rudolfo Anaya
The Americas Review
Alburquerque is a novel that richly blends fantasy with history, producing a tale that can be read as political allegory - Rudolfo Anaya.
The Courage of Expression
The following is an amended version of an address delivered by Rudolfo A. Anaya in September, 1981 to the New Mexico Council of Teachers of English - Editor.
1998 Premio Aztlan National Literary Prize in Chicana/o Literature
A Press Release about Ronald L. Ruiz and his book GIUSEPPE ROCCO which won 1998 Premio Aztlan National Literary Prize in Chicana/o Literature.
World Premier Performance
LA CASA TEATRO presents a bilingual play, Billy The Kid written by Rudolfo anaya and directed by Cecilia Aragon.