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Biographical information about Rudolfo Anaya maintained by the Western Literature Association.

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 will receive the Owen Wister Award for Lifetime Contributions to Western Literature from Western Writers of America.

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.

 

Rudolfo Anaya talks about his recently published book "The sorrows of Young Alfonso" which is deemed to be a "fictional memoir".

"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.

"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

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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