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BRLA 1998 Southwest Book Awards

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A bibliography of all awards prior to 1996, Southwest Book Awards:  The First Twenty-five Years, is available from BRLA.  Contact Lisa Weber or Claudia Rivers.

THE CHIEF’S BLANKET, by Michael Chanin, illustrated by Kim Howard. H. J. Kramer, Inc., 1997.

CULTURE ACROSS BORDERS, edited by David R. Maciel and Maria Herrera-Sobek. University of Arizona Press, 1998

JUAREZ, THE LABORATORY OF OUR FUTURE, by Charles Bowden, photographs by Javier Aguilar, Jaime Bailleres, Gabriel Cardona, Julian Cardona, Alfredo Carrillo, Raul Lodoza, Jaime Murrieta, Miguel Perea, Margarita Reyes, Ernesto Rodriguez, Manuel Saenz, Lucio Soria Espino, Aurelio Suarez Nunez. Aperture, 1998.

LA VIDA NORTENA, PHOTOGRAPHS OF SONORA, MEXICO, by David Burckhalter, essays by Gary Nabhan and Thomas E. Sheridan. University of New Mexico Press, 1998.See March Border Bookshelf

THE MAKING OF A MEXICAN AMERICAN MAYOR: RAYMOND L. TELLES OF EL PASO, by Mario T. Garcia. Texas Western Press, 1998. See July Border Bookshelf

ONE BOOK AT A TIME: THE HISTORY OF THE LIBRARY IN NEW MEXICO, by Linda G. Harris. New Mexico Library Foundation, 1998. See July Border Bookshelf

THE RAPTORS OF ARIZONA, edited by Richard L. Glinski. University of Arizona Press, 1998. See May Border Bookshelf

SAN ELIZARIO: SPANISH PRESIDIO TO TEXAS COUNTY SEAT, by Rick Hendricks and W. H. Timmons. Texas Western Press, 1998. See September Border Bookshelf

THE SOUTHWEST IN AMERICAN LITERATURE AND ART: THE RISE OF A DESERT AESTHETIC, by David W. Teague. University of Arizona Press, 1997. See May Border Bookshelf

UNA LINDA RAZA: CULTURAL AND ARTISTIC TRADITIONS OF THE HISPANIC SOUTHWEST, by Angel Vigil. Fulcrum Publishing Inc, 1998.

THE WORLD OF FLOWER BLUE, POP CHALEE: AN ARTISTIC BIOGRAPHY, by Margaret Cesa. Red Crane Books, 1997.


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