The Days of the Dead/Los Dias de Muertos was published by Collins Publishers in 1991 and republished in 1998 by Pomegranate Press. It was the first photography book of its kind documenting this beautiful annual Mexican holiday honoring the dead. The text was written by Rosalind Rosoff Beimler, who in 1940 - at age 19 - left her home in Los Angleles for Mexico City to pursue the life of a painter. She befriended Frida Kahlo, muralist José Clemente Orozco, and other renowned Mexican artists of the time. She was also my aunt. The photographs in this book were taken on road trips Rosalind and I made to 4 Mexican states - Morelos, Michoacán, Oaxaca, and Mexico. The Days of the Dead sold over 40,000 copies and remained in print for 24 years. It is still available on Amazon and other book sites.