Maya Healers: A Thousand Dreams

Maya Healers: A Thousand Dreams
, published by Nirala Press, is a compelling book of photographs and writing by Fran Antmann that explores the power and mystery of indigenous healing practices among the Maya people of Guatemala.

Publisher: Nirala Publications, New Delhi, India 2017
Photographs and Text: Fran Antmann
Preface: Carolina Escobar Sarti, Guatemalan journalist, and poet
Afterword: Jean Franco, Columbia University, professor emerita
Photo Editor: Nina Berman
Design: Astrid Lewis Reedy
Hardcover: 192 pages
Size: 10" wide X 10.5" high
Photographs: 100 Black and white images
Printing Specifications: Duotone
All books are signed.
$ 60

Fran Antmann

Fran Antmann is a documentary photographer, writer, and professor. Her photographic work has focused on the lives and culture of the indigenous people of Guatemala, Peru, Mexico, the Dene First Nation people of the Western Canadian Arctic and the Inuit of Baffin Island, Canada.
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