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An essay adapted from an address delivered at the Third International Conference on Hispanic Cultures of the United States.

Cibola is more than history, it is a land imbued with spirit, a spirit we continue celebrating - Rudolfo Anaya

Professor Paul B. Taylor from Universite de Geneve praises Author Rudolfo Anaya.

A review of Rio Grande Fall by Rudolfo Anaya.

Author Rudolfo Anaya enlisted among the 100 most influential hispanics in the October issue of Hispanic Business.

"As mestizos, we have to understand not only our European heritage, but also our Native American heritage." - Rudolfo Anaya

Author Rudolfo Anaya approaches 80th birthday still writing; still dreaming.

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.

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."

Rudolfo Anaya has sketched a history of albuquerque within the framework of his novel.

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