Museum of New Mexico Press


Here, Now, and Always

Voices of the First Peoples of the Southwest

Joan K. O'Donnell, Editor

An inspirational collection of native thoughts on place, history, tradition, and change. The voices represent Indian scholars, artists, and writers from various southwestern tribes speaking to themes of origin, cycles, community, and survival.


"Vibrant, full-color renderings of traditional pottery, baskets, dwellings, jewelry, paintings, and other artifacts skillfully interspersed with contemporary and ancestral native writings. These creative aspects of native life and expression, when presented together, work in harmony to help the reader understand the complexity and beauty of the native experience and world concept."
-The Bloomsbury Review

Trim: 10" x 7"

Pages: 88

Illustrations: 54 color photographs

American Indians




Paperback $24.95