Media

Here you’ll find select video, audio, and print media about Anne, as well as concise biographical information.

Articles

Continuing a Legacy

 

Spider Woman’s Daughter is a hit!

Spider Woman’s Daughter. The book continues the adventures of Navajo officers Jim Chee and Joe Leaphorn, and gives Officer Bernadette Manuelito a chance to share the spotlight. Check out the book trailer! The book debuted at Number 10 on the New York times Best seller list and has been a popular read. It is also a finalist for the wonderful Dilys Award, given annually by the Independent Mystery Booksellers Association to the mystery titles of the year which the member booksellers have most enjoyed selling.

Anne was honored to be featured in the Santa Fe New Mexican, in an Albuquerque Journal book review and a feature article, the New Mexico Review of Books, and the CostCo Connection newsletter. Here’s a feature story from the Albuuqerque Journal.

Anne Discusses Spider Woman’s Daughter

Spider Woman’s Daughter wins Spur Award

“I was thrilled to get a call from the president of the esteemed group Western Writers of America letting me know that my mystery was being honored with the 2014 Spur Award for Best First Novel. The award is especially meaningful because I know there were many, many fine books submitted for the honor. And because the Spur was among the awards my Dad treasured the most. You can read more here.

Anne Reading from Rock with Wings

Anne contributes to the re-issue of The Great Taos Bank Robbery

The Great Taos Bank Robbery, Tony Hillerman’s popular book of non-fiction short stories, has been re-issued by the University of New Mexico Press with a new introduction about her father and his work by Anne Hillerman and new photographs by Don Strel. Originally published in 1973, the book features stories that take the reader from a southern New Mexico missile range to Ship Rock and the Navajo reservation. The book covers topics including an uprising of Spanish land grant heirs, a bank robbery that never happened, the aftermath of Zuni’s sacred Shalako ceremony, and the reasons the Navajo love their arid homeland.

“I was honored when UNM asked me to write the introduction for this little gem of a book. It has always been one of my favorites, and it reflects his roots as a journalist.”—AH

Read the review in New Mexico Magazine.

More Articles

Audio

A January 2017 interview with Anne on KJSD.

To listen to a Santafe.com interview with Anne click here!

Podcast interview with Kirk Ellis about The New Western
(This program was originally heard on Public Radio station WSMR, in Tampa, St Petersburg and Sarasota, on the West Coast of Florida)

Video

A Video of Anne Speaking About Her Father Tony

Video of Anne speaking at the 2014 National Book Festival in Washington, D.C.

A video discussing sacred places in New Mexico

Press/Bio

Anne’s Page at HarperCollins Publishers

You’ll find a short biography suitable for publication here, as well as  color and black and white photos of Anne Hillerman.

(Top Photo: Jan Grado, Tony Hillerman and Anne at a Wordharvest book signing,  Don Strel photo)