What History Has Taught Me: Rudolfo Anaya

Rudolfo Anaya shot to stardom with his first novel, 1972’s Bless Me, Ultima, which got rejected by New York and Boston publishers, and found a home at a Chicano press in Berkeley, California. He has authored works of fiction, nonfiction, plays, poems and children’s books, some of which he read at the White House for … Continue reading What History Has Taught Me: Rudolfo Anaya