Most of us have heard of the political slogan “Tippecanoe and Tyler too”, but where did it come from and what does it mean? The saying was used throughout the presidential campaign of William Henry Harrison and John Tyler during the election of 1840. Harrison won largely on his victory over the Shawnee at the Battle of … Continue reading The Curse. Tippecanoe Who?
Animal Parts was bestowed an Honorable Mention in the 11th PSWA Conference in Las Vegas, NV, in July 2016! The thrilling mystery, Animal Parts by David E Knop, would've won First Place at the 11th annual PSWA Writers Conference but having a hungry 170lb mountain lion as your companion tends to complicate things. Cougar asks … Continue reading Honorable, Indeed
US Review of Books praises Animal Parts
Native American Cannibals - Are They Still Out There? American history is often considered lean on the topic of cannibalism. True, the University of Colorado’s Union Cafeteria is named after one, Alfred Packer (1842 - 1907) who ate, the story goes, two of the three Republicans in his county. A few of us may remember modern-day … Continue reading
Peter Romero's home and people are a proud tradition. Please visit their site for more information: http://www.pueblodecochiti.org/ The Pueblo de Cochiti, (Cochiti), is located 55 miles north of Albuquerque, New Mexico and is contained within 53,779 acres of reservation land that sustains 1,175 Pueblo members according to the 1990 BIA census. Cochiti, the northernmost Keresan … Continue reading People of the Pueblo de Cochiti