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Anne Hillerman, Doris Fields and Margaret Randall

Air Date Saturday November 28 at 4 p.m. on 5.1


Continuing her father’s legacy, New York Times bestselling author Anne Hillerman reveals insights into her process and characters. 

“I think, like a lot of modern women, she’s balancing professional life with her personal life.”


Albuquerque’s Doris Fields found that self-expression allowed her to share the importance and beauty of her African American heritage. 

“Find yourself. Find you. One of the things I hope with the art is that people will be able to find their own beauty.” 

“To me poetry is like breathing.”


Renowned feminist poet /social activist Margaret Randall shares a poem and her thoughts on poetic language.  

“Will that person tell the story of poor Nicaraguan peasants, made rich by art and revolution?” ~ from poetry reading