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AMADOR PUBLISHERS BOOK BASH WILL CELEBRATE
Robin Matthews, who resides in Virginia, will also make an appearance at Treasure House Books in Old Town on October 25, from 2 to 4 pm.
also coming this fall...
|New E-books On Deck....|
Paradise Found, and Lost: Odyssey in Chile
Vol.2 of Eva Krutein memoir
Amerika? America! - From Immigration to Espionage
Vol.3 of Eva Krutein memoir
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The death of writer and editor Michelle Miller Allen on April 18, 2014 has struck another blow to our close-knit community of writers and publishing associates. Michelle died following a brief illness at the age of 64 in Dunipace, Scotland. Michelle had lived in Scotland since 2005, and although she was best known there as an environmental campaigner, she continued to pursue her creative writing and literary interests.
Michelle was an award-winning author and an immensely creative person who touched many lives. Additional information and remembrances will be published here soon.
TWO AMADOR TITLES ARE
|FROM FEAR TO LOVE by Harry Willson
FEELING THE UNTHINKABLE by Donald Gutierrez
|Winners announced November 15, 2013. NM-AZ Book Awards|
|December 2013: This Website Has Been Updated!|
We've retained our classic look, while giving everything a good going-over:|
|Now Available from Amador Publishers|
Walking The Four Directions
Native Spirit in Poetry, Photography and Commentary
Circumference of Forever
Poetry in the Sufi Tradition
We are pleased to be able to assist the authors and publishers in distributing these titles.
Amador Publishers author Donald Gutierrez died on October 29, 2013 at the age of 81. Born March 10, 1932, in Oakland, Calif., to Alicia Ruiz Chamorro and J. Salvador Gutierrez, he lived most of his young life in San Francisco and the Bay Area. He received his B.A. in English Literature and M.L.S. at UC Berkeley in 1958. While there he met and soon married artist Marlene Zander. After a stint on the East Coast, where Don applied his librarian skills at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Library and later with Grosset and Dunlap publishers, the couple returned to California. Don earned his PhD from UCLA in 1964 and soon accepted a teaching position at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind. The family, which by then also included two sons, moved to New Mexico for Don's new assignment as professor of English Literature at Western New Mexico University. Despite the demanding teaching loads, Don persevered in his creative drives, sustaining a brilliant career as a poet, literary critic, and essayist. After retiring to Albuquerque, he also emerged as a deeply committed champion of humanitarian causes and social justice, evidenced in his vast contributions in books, essays, articles, book reviews, papers translated into Spanish, lectures, public readings, and participation in many public protests. Don ultimately wrote seven books. The most recent, Feeling the Unthinkable: Essays on Social Justice, won the Political book category in the New Mexico-Arizona 2013 Book Awards. Don was an inspiring and compassionate man who will be sorely missed by his family and his many friends and colleagues, but his rich legacy endures. (with thanks to Lolita Gutierrez Brockington)
|EVA'S WAR: A True Story of Survival
CAESAR OF SANTA FE: A Novel from History
FEELING THE UNTHINKABLE: Essays on Social Justice
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|FEELING THE UNTHINKABLE and Donald Gutierrez Online|
|Video from KRWG|
Don Gutierrez discusses his book.
|Chapter 28 - "When Were You Last in Mexico?" Ethnic Identity and a 1950s Bus Trip Through the South posted at Somos en escrito The Latino literary online magazine, with thanks to Armando Rendón|
AMADOR PUBLISHERS BOOK BASH CELEBRATES
|PRESS RELEASE - MAY 29, 2012|
A Remembrance & Farewell to Adela Amador
June 21, 1922 - May 25, 2012
A celebration of Adela's life will be held on Sunday, June 10 at 2:00 PM in the Salon Ortega at the Hispanic Cultural Center,
1701 Fourth Street SW, Albuquerque.
|MAY 5, 2012|
Zelda Gatuskin's Humanist Essay
wins 2nd Place for Columns-General in the
2012 New Mexico Press Women's Journalism Competition
|New Features on This Site|
|New for MLK Day 2012: Ashley Jordan's essay, Words of Yesterday and Today: Harry Willson's Trip to Alabama|
|We are proud to reprint here Gene H. Bell-Villada's essay, Who Was Ayn Rand? (originally published in SALMAGUNDI, Winter 2003-2004).|
|now available as E-Book|
WHERE THE SKY USED TO BE
a novel by Zelda Leah Gatuskin
|2010 WINNER! New Mexico Book Awards|
BUT WHO'S COUNTING?
Collected poems by Zelda Leah Gatuskin
February 12, 2010: CIA Declassifies History of the Glomar Explorer
|Interested in a first-hand account of Project Azorian? We have it! The story of how naval engineer Manfred Krutein assisted the CIA in raising a sunken Soviet submarine from the ocean floor, including orchestrating the "Glomar Explorer" ocean mining cover story for this secret project is told with breathtaking immediacy in his diary entries, which are interspersed with wife Eva's chronicle in AMERIKA? AMERICA! From Immigration to Espionage by Eva and Manfred Krutein. (This memoir was vetted by the CIA.)|
|TIME AND TEMPERATURE, 2nd Edition|
Hear author-artist Zelda Leah Gatuskin discuss and read from the book on Write On Four Corners with Connie Gotch. Click here to listen now, or go to KSJE-FM Write On Four Corners Archive.
March 10, 2010: It is with deep sorrow that I report the death of Amador Publishers founder Harry Willson at the age of 77. We will miss his wit, wisdom, generosity and unbounded love. He was my dear friend and mentor for more than twenty years. I can still hear him saying, "You're doing it, kiddo," by way of encouragement whenever I felt I had bitten off more than I could chew. He will be with me always in spirit, and with us all through his copious writings. I know I speak for all of Harry's friends, readers and admirers in sending deepest sympathies to Adela, Mary, Andy, Mark and the rest of Harry's family. The greatest honor we can do Harry is to read his words, mix 'em up with a little of our own grey matter, and let ourselves grow in our capacities to think, understand and love. Harry's writing meant the world to him, and it was his gift to the world. He has left a good deal of literary work behind, much of it unpublished, most of it as timely as the day it was written. Harry is gone but still giving. I will continue to publish an essay each month. Here is Harry's Essay for March. with a heavy heart, Zelda
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