(Post by Vera Marie)
Quincy Tahoma: The Life and Legacy of a Navajo Artist emerged from the publisher in April, 2011. Charnell wrote this post in mid-March about getting her advance copy. But it is one year since we announced the official publication.
Now in a unique double play, I’ll be celebrating that anniversary with book signings at the Arizona Centennial History Conference in Phoenix this weekend. Yep. We’re one year old, but Arizona is one hundred. And I’ll take a couple of hours off from the conference to pop over to the Heard Museum on Saturday morning for their Indigenous Visions series–this Saturday featuring Navajo artists. (See our event calendar for all the details.)
So if you are in Phoenix this weekend, please drop by and chat. No presents necessary. (But you’re always welcome to celebrate by buying a book.)