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In Memoriam: Jake Page, Prolific Author and Editor

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

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Jake Page Part Two: From Stolen Hopi Gods to Do Cats Hear with Their Paws?

By Jim Turner Part One of Jake’s story followed him through grade school and college, his first professional editing job for Anchor Books, and finally his unexpected career turn working for the Natural History Press. From 1963 to 1970, Jake … Continue reading

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Retracing Native Roads: Tuba City, Hopi Mesas, Keams Canyon, and Beyond . . .

by Jim Turner My first blog left off in Page, AZ, at the end of the first day of my ten-day trip updating Fran Kosik’s excellent guide book, Native Roads: The Complete Motoring Guide to the Navajo and Hopi Nations. … Continue reading

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