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Rio Nuevo Publishers regrets the recent passing of Jake Page, an editor and author of more than fifty books, friend, and colleague to many in the book business for half a century. Born in Boston in 1936, James Keena “Jake” … Continue reading
Author Roger Naylor is writing a series for the Arizona Republic: “Roger Naylor’s Arizona.” Read his first installment on Verde Valley.
Happy Valentine’s Day! Here is a gorgeous, romantic view of sunset over the Sea of Cortez. Photo by Kerrick James.
The Arizona Daily Star ran an article on Chef Ryan Clark today, author of Modern Southwest Cooking. He will be at the culinary tent at the Tucson Festival of Books—not to be missed!
Here’s a simple yet romantic dessert for Valentine’s Day, from The Green Southwest Cookbook, by Janet Taylor. Chocolate-dipped Strawberries Note: Select fragrant, bright red berries with fresh green leaves. Since water will cause chocolate to become chunky—and if the strawberries … Continue reading
The following is an excerpt from Jake Page’s new book, Uprising: The Pueblo Indians and the First American War for Religious Freedom. Chapter 10: Preparing for Rebellion The wholesale arrest and humiliation of forty-seven spiritual leaders of the pueblos in … Continue reading
Travel writer and author Roger Naylor will be at Riordan Mansion in Flagstaff on Monday, February 10 at 12:15. He’ll talk about his book, Death Valley: Hottest Place on Earth. Come hear about rocks that move, castles in the middle … Continue reading
Sunrise in Sonoita, Arizona. Photo by Jim Turner.
This healthful “comfort food” dish, from Janet Taylor’s The Healthy Southwest Table, can usually be prepared in under 30 minutes. Her husband Agustín came up with this family favorite. Serve over whole-grain rice, quinoa, or couscous, or with corn tortillas. … Continue reading
Mesa Verde in the snow, lit by luminarias. Photo by Larry Lindahl for his upcoming book with Gregory McNamee, Ancient Southwest.