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Gabriel (Loving), Kathryn (Ann)

GABRIEL (LOVING), Kathryn (Ann)

GABRIEL (LOVING), Kathryn (Ann). American, b. 1955. Genres: Anthropology/Ethnology, Archaeology/Antiquities, History, Local history/Rural topics, Mythology/Folklore, Travel/Exploration, Theology/Religion. Career: Guymon Daily Herald, Guymon, OK, agriculture and energy editor, 1980; Golden Star Pub and Brewery, Norwich, England, in public relations, 1981; State Bar of New Mexico, Albuquerque, assistant to editor of News and Views newsletter, 1983-84; Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Albuquerque, assistant director, 1984-85; United Way of Greater Albuquerque, Albuquerque, communications specialist, 1985-86; University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, media relations specialist, 1986-90; writer. Publications: Death Comes to the Archdirector (play), 1989; Roads to Center Place: A Cultural Atlas to Chaco Canyon and the Anasazi, 1991; (ed) Marietta Wetherill: Reflections on Life with the Navajos in Chaco Canyon, 1992; Gambler Way: Indian Gaming in Mythology, History, and Archaeology in North America, 1996; Country Towns of New Mexico, 1997. FOR TELEVISION: Women Aware, 1986; Kids with Keys, 1986; Our Town, 1987; Pueblo on the Mesa, 1988; Second Century, 1989-90. Address: 2521 Wheeler Peak Dr. NE, Rio Rancho, NM 87124-6732, U.S.A. Online address:

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