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.
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
Frank Waters wrote a story about the man who killed a deer which inspired Rudolfo Anaya to write a short story "Devil Deer".
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.