When it comes to the interwebs, there's not a lot on old Rudolfo, but here's a good place to start.
For more in depth info, the Brits are always a good bet.
Witchcraft (and fighting witchcraft) plays a major role in Bless Me, Ultima, so why not learn a little more about the origins of the Craft?
The first major motion picture version of Bless Me, Ultima made its premiere in September 2012.
The folks at La Bloga talk to Rudolfo Anaya about his work, "Latino literature," and more.
Find out what it takes to bring Bless Me, Ultima to the stage with the cast of a 2011 production of a play version of the novel.
If you know him well, you call him Rudy. At least that's what the folks at Quinto Sol Remembered call Mr. Anaya.
Check out this video interview with Rudolfo Anaya about Bless Me, Ultima and more.
Here's a clip from the audio book version of Bless Me, Ultima. There's a link for purchase, too.
This audio review of Anaya's Randy Lopez Goes Home gives a good look back at the author's storied (pardon the pun) career.
Even great authors have to take class photos. Here's a very young Rudolfo "Rudy" Anaya.
Here's an image of a Bruja from Bolivia. No pointy hats or any of that.
The Golden Carp swims.