Nonfiction

An annotated bibliography of scholarly and critical resources on Rudolfo Anaya's life and work.

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.

A collection of interviews with Rudolfo Anaya, conducted over the course of over 20 years, from 1976-1998.

Published in 1990, Focus on Criticism was the first critical anthology dedicated to a Chicano author.

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

 This work is the most comprehensive bibliography of Anaya's work currently available. Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

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.

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.

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