The first Tri-cultural Symposium sponsored by Jemez Springs Public Library received a lot of publicity and attracted attendees from all over the U.S. Here are some examples of the stories.
Excerpts from a column by Jim Belshaw in the Albuquerque Journal, Oct. 10, 2005 I like the way that, three years ago, Morris had a grand idea about getting three literary Masters of the Universe together in Jemez Springs to talk about what they do. For free. He thought it … More First Tri-Cultural Authors Symposium
Transcribed from Jemez Thunder, Feb. 15, 2002 About 500 people crowded into the Jemez Valley High School auditorium on Feb. 2 for the symposium featuring New Mexico authors Tony Hillerman, Rudolfo Anaya and N. Scott Momaday. The state’s three literary giants had never appeared on the same stage before, and … More New Mexico Authors Speak To Hundreds
N.M. Authors Go Back to School: Momaday, Anaya and Hillerman Participate in Symposium at Jemez Springs High by Anthony DellaFlora, Journal Staff Writer Transcribed from Albuquerque Journal, Feb. 6, 2002 CANON – It was a once-in-lifetime-event – the first public appearance together by renowned New Mexico authors N. Scott Momaday, … More N.M. Authors Go Back to School
The Library Becomes Famous: First Tri-Cultural Authors Symposium, 2005