In 2010, Santa Fe will celebrate its 400th anniversary. Free River Press has been designated by the City of Santa Fe to create a book to celebrate the occasion. This will be an anthology of writings by Santa Fe seniors on the city in the 1940s and 50s.
"A Search for America," by Robert Wolf on the early history of Free River Press, appears in the January 2008 issue of "The Journal of Rural Mental Health," published by the Idaho State University Press. It is based on a talk given by Wolf in August 2007 in Kansas City to the Annual Conference of the National Association for Rural Mental Health.
The northern New Mexico workshop participants who contributed to Ayer Y Ahora develop into a collaborative team to prepare and promote future publications and readings.
National Association for Rural Mental Health 2007 Annual Conference Hyatt Regency Hotel Kansas City, KS Robert Wolf speaks on his work in rural America with farmers and small town residents and on the relation of art to community and individual well being.
Ayer Y Ahora, published in October 2006 and written by Hispanics and Anglos, wins the Heritage Preservation Award for Publication from the State of New Mexico.