The Pink Nectar Café
By James Bishop, Jr
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Published: Sep. 12, 2012
Words: 27,194 (approximate)
The Pink Nectar Café offers myths and mysteries and is richly draped in the patina of Southwestern lore, but Bishop is respectful enough not to lift the veil too far. As he reminds us, “Let the mystery be.”
Sadly the once wild west is urbanizing as once secret canyons are threatened by helicopter landing pads and time share palaces are being built with bathrooms large enough for corporate jets. Yet taken as a whole, the essays in the Pink Nectar Café make a powerful case for the Southwest still North America’s most enduringly unknowable and iconoclastic locale, remaining “the northern mystery” in the words of the 16th century Spanish conquerors.
, old west
, the southwest
, james bishop
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