Andrea Elena Ibáñez

is an anthropologist trained at Syracuse University and Duke University who most recently retired from a career as a public administrator with the City of Tucson. She has published scores of articles about travel, culture, history, and the Southwest in the Tucson Weekly, Valley Guide Quarterly, Tucson Guide Quarterly and The New York Times. She was the author of the chapters on Tucson and Southern Arizona in Fodor’s 1999 Arizona guide and Fodor’s USA 1999 guide.

New in 2017 “A Tanager’s Tale.

Writing in a Cave

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I wrote most of “A Tanager’s Tale” at the entrance to this cave on Palawan in the Philippines last spring.
While the archaeologists dug, I sat and pounded out the 3rd book of the ‘Carolina Triology.’ (That’s my laptop case to the right)
More later.
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Coming soon! # 3

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After a year of stop and go writing here and in the mouth of a cave in Asia, I am pleased to announce that the third book in the Carolina Trilogy is almost ready. I’ll keep you updated.  Thanks – Andreatanager-cover2

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