Ron Chávez was born in the valley of Puerto de Luna on the banks of the Pecos River in New Mexico, ten miles south of Santa Rosa. In Santa Rosa he was the owner of the famous Route 66 Club Café. During that epic time, Chávez and his café enjoyed fame in world wide major media which included books, television, magazines and newspapers. At that time, his writings began to catch fire.
Chávez writes and recites in both English and Spanish. He has also written a feature length movie script adapted from his short story “The Loneliest Road”. Chávez has published “Time of Triumph, a collection of his short stories and poems, a finalist in the 2008 New Mexico Book Awards. In 2011 he published his first novel Winds of Wildfire, a three time finalist: awards in adventure/drama and literary fiction in the 2011 New Mexico Book Awards. Was a winner in the 2011 Sharp Writ Awards, organized by a high IQ society of international Mesa people. Was also a Winner in 19th Annual Writer's Digest Self-Published Book Awards.