About the Author
Route 66 History – New Mexico Writer and “Route 66 Storyteller” has risen from the ashes. Ronald P. Chávez was born in the farming village of Puerto de Luna in New Mexico on the banks of the Pecos River. He spent years as owner of the Club Cafe on historic Old Route 66. He writes poems and stories about the people and places of those times. “The gente,” he says of them, “are the salt of the earth.” Chavez currently lives and writes in Taos, NM. READ MORE..
His early short stories first appeared in two weekly newspapers, The Santa Rosa News & The Communicator.
To help support his writing, he does story telling and guest lecturing on New Mexico’s history and culture.
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Route 66 History – New Mexico Writer and “Route 66 Storyteller” has risen from the ashes. Ronald P. Chávez was born in the farming village of Puerto de Luna in New Mexico on the banks of the Pecos River. He spent years as owner of the Club Cafe on historic Old Route 66. He writes poems and stories about the people and places of those times. “The gente,” he says of them, “are the salt of the earth.” Chavez currently lives and writes in Taos, NM.
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