.All of these poems and ceramics testify to the artist's willingness to question, to experiment, to take chances, and to grow. . . . We come away from this book with a deep appreciation for the making and knowing that lie behind these ceramic and poetic creations.. —Native Peoples.Naranjo-Morse's poems . . . have a power arising from the immediacy of heartfelt experience. . . . This volume certainly walks in beauty with a sculpted balance between its two artistic media.. —Western American Literature.Mud Woman is a delightful and entertaining effort exploring the wonder of life and the joy of living in a unique and powerful way.. —Chronicle-Journal/Times-News (Canada).Both moving and delightful. . . . A fine and welcome addition to any collection that includes Native American literature. —Booklist.A wonderfully gentle and imaginative text, brought to life by a skillful artist in an uncommon dialogue of pottery and poems.. —American Book Review
About the Author
Nora Naranjo-Morse lives and works in Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico. Her work has been widely exhibited and was included in .A Separate Vision,. a major show mounted by the Museum of Northern Arizona and appearing at the Smithsonian Institution.