I’m stuck in so many places in my life. It’s crazy gift-buying time, but I am not prepared. My job is to market my books, which you see in the column at the right, several of them narrative history magazines set in a few Arizona towns. They contain personal, often funny stories about people and places.
The latest, and I haven’t put a photo of “Artists of Sedona, 1930—1999” up in that column yet, is the first narrative art history written about this red-rock-rimmed haven of well-known artists, some internationally famous. I brought their personalities to the pages, even those who are no longer living. There are 107 photos in the book, most in full color. What would art be without color? What is history without stories?
If you own a Kindle or and iPad with a Kindle app you are in luck. You
know what those prices are like. You can order from your favorite bookstore or online.
I have a few book signings lined up locally: The Sedona Arts Center at
5 to 8 p.m. at the First Friday Art Walk on December 5, 2014, and from
11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Sedona Heritage Museum on December 13th.