Synopses & Reviews
The clay sculptures of Nora Naranjo-Morse have been critically hailed for both their humor and their blending of traditional and modern styles. Now with Mud Woman she calls on her equal talent as a poet, juxtaposing clay and words to capture not only the essence of the creative process but also the satisfactions and complications of what it means to be a Pueblo Indian woman in the late twentieth century.
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.