Fiction

Heart of Aztlán, Sixth Draft, Edited Photocopy, Pages 174-323 (Part 2 of 2).

The second half of an edited sixth draft of Heart of Aztlán. The manuscript is a photocopy of the November 1973 draft. It includes structural and stylistic suggestions in pencil from an unnamed editor.

Heart of Aztlán, Sixth Draft, Edited Photocopy, Pages 1-173 (Part 1 of 2).

The first half of an edited sixth draft of Heart of Aztlán. The manuscript is a photocopy of the November 1973 draft. It includes structural and stylistic suggestions in pencil from an unnamed editor.

Heart of Aztlán, Sixth Draft, Very Minor Editing, Pages 167-323 (Part 2 of 2).

The second half of the sixth draft of Heart of Aztlán. Anaya started working on this version in November of 1973, and submitted the completed, slightly edited manuscript on May 18, 1974.

Heart of Aztlán, Sixth Draft, Very Minor Editing, Pages 1-166 (Part 1 of 2).

The first half of the sixth draft of Heart of Aztlán. Anaya started working on this version in November of 1973, and submitted the completed, slightly edited manuscript on May 18, 1974.

Heart of Aztlán, Fifth Draft, Finished and Submitted, Pages 180-311 (Part 2 of 2).

This is the first half of the fifth draft of Heart of Aztlán, which Anaya completed and submitted to Quinto Sol Publications in August 1973. The manuscript includes Anaya’s cover letter to the editors, and features only very minor corrections to the typescript.

Heart of Aztlán, Fifth Draft, Finished and Submitted, Pages 1-179 (Part 1 of 2).

This is the first half of the fifth draft of Heart of Aztlán, which Anaya completed and submitted to Quinto Sol Publications in August 1973. The manuscript includes Anaya’s cover letter to the editors, and features only very minor corrections to the typescript.

 

Heart of Aztlán, Fourth Draft, Contains Minor Editing, Pages 158-288 (Part 2 of 2).

The second half of the fourth draft of the novel Heart of Aztlán, which was originally titled Barelas. The manuscript, dated April 1973, contains minor edits, both typed and handwritten.

Silence of the Llano : Short Stories

A collection of stories by the renowned New Mexico author, Rudolfo Anaya. - Worldcat

Zia Summer

This is the first mystery novel in the Sonny Baca Series, published in 1995. Set in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the story revolves around an unsolved brutal murder that takes the protagonist detective on a journey into some of the more remote and mysterious landscapes and traditions of the American Southwest.

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