This, Frank Waters’ last book, is a moving and powerful reminiscence of the Taos he knew and loved, and of the friends who peopled it, including Mabel Luhan, D.H. Lawrence and Dorothy Brett. Written in a style and voice that echo the past, this memoir rings with affection for a people and time lost to this world, and with the wisdom and other worldliness of a man at the close of his life. A powerful reflection and a respectful reminiscence by one of the Southwest’s best loved writers.
Frank Waters is the noted author of Book of the Hopi, Masked Gods, The Man Who Killed the Deer, Mountain Dialogues, and 22 other books. He has been called the Grandfather of Southwestern Literature and was nominated five times for the Nobel Prize in literature. He is closely associated with the Navajo and Pueblo Indians.
Publication Date: October 1, 1998
trim size: 6 x 9