NEW RELEASES

The Universe Playing Strings THE UNIVERSE PLAYING STRINGS: A Novel
by
 R. M. Kinder
$19.95
paperback
Music is the heartbeat of this novel about the world of hometown musicians—the jamming venues, the contests, the onstage cues, the subtle rules.


Jack M. Campbell
 JACK M. CAMPBELL: The Autobiography of New Mexico's First Modern Governor
by Jack M. Campbell; As told to Maurice Trimmer; With Charles C. Poling; Foreword by Jeff Bingaman
$39.95
hardcover
In this engaging autobiography, Campbell traces his life story across major historical events in the country and New Mexico.


Why Forage? 
WHY FORAGE?: Hunters and Gatherers in the Twenty-First Century
Edited by Brian F. Codding and Karen L. Kramer
$49.95
paperback
Why Forage? shows that hunting and gathering continues to be a viable and vibrant way of life even in the twenty-first century.


Muslim Youth and the 9/11 Generation
 MUSLIM YOUTH AND THE 9/11 GENERATION
Edited by Adeline Masquelier and Benjamin F. Soares
$49.95
paperback
The contributors to this volume—who draw from a variety of disciplines—show how the study of Muslim youth at this particular historical juncture is relevant to thinking about the anthropology of youth, the anthropology of Islamic and Muslim societies, and the post-9/11 world more generally.


A Persistent Revolution A PERSISTENT REVOLUTION: History, Nationalism, and Politics in Mexico since 1968
by Randal Sheppard
$65.00
hardcover
Sheppard explores Mexico’s profound political, social, and economic changes through the lens of the persistent political power of Mexican revolutionary nationalism.


In Appropriate Distance IN APPROPRIATE DISTANCE: The Ethics of the Photographic Essay
by Kelly Klingensmith
$65.00
hardcover
What is the evolving relationship between words and images in the photographic essay? Klingensmith explores this and other questions in In Appropriate Distance as she traces the development of the photographic essay from the 1890s to the 1990s and beyond.



Creating Charismatic Bonds in Argentina CREATING CHARISMATIC BONDS IN ARGENTINA: Letters to Juan and Eva Perón
by Donna J. Guy
$95.00
hardcover
$29.95 paperback
Focusing on the first era of Peronism, from 1946 to 1955, this work shows how President Perón and the First Lady created charismatic ways to link themselves to Argentine supporters through letter writing.


Hiking to History HIKING TO HISTORY: A Guide to Off-Road New Mexico Historic Sites
by Robert Julyan
$24.95 paperback

Written for both outdoor enthusiasts and vicarious travelers, Hiking to History describes the historical significance behind these publically accessible sites and includes GPS coordinates to enable readers to find each place.


Drawing into Architecture DRAWING INTO ARCHITECTURE: The Sketches of Antione Predock
by Christopher Curtis Mead
$50.00
hardcover
This collection of 172 sketches, many published here for the first time, surveys nearly fifty years of Antoine Predock's work.


 AMAZING PAPER AIRPLANES: The Craft and Science of Flight
by Kyong Hwa Lee
$19.95
paperback
Featuring thirty-two designs, Amazing Paper Airplanes showcases models resembling real-world aircraft, including the F-22 fighter jet, a P-51 World War II plane, the Convair F-102 Delta Dagger—the first supersonic delta-wing interceptor airplane of the US Air Force—and more.


 A BLOODY AND BARBAROUS GOD: The Metaphysics of Cormac McCarthy
by Petra Mundik
$65.00
hardcover
A Bloody and Barbarous God investigates the relationship between gnosticism and the perennial philosophy and how these traditions have influenced the later novels of Cormac McCarthy, namely, Blood Meridian, All the Pretty Horses, The Crossing, Cities of the Plain, No Country for Old Men, and The Road.


 THE ZEON FILES: Art and Design of Historic Route 66 Signs
by Mark C. Childs and Ellen D. Babcock
$34.95
paperback
The Zeon Files rescues the work of the Zeon Corporation from obscurity, presenting a collection of the working drawings of historic Route 66–era signs. 


 PRECARIOUS PATHS TO FREEDOM: The United States, Venezuela, and the Latin American Cold War
by Aragorn Storm Miller
$65.00
hardcover
Miller analyzes US-Venezuelan relations during the 1950s and 1960s as a case study for the broader political dynamics of the hemisphere and beyond during the critical period of the global Cold War.


 BREAKING DOWN BREAKING BAD: Critical Perspectives
Edited by Matt Wanat and Leonard Engel
$55.00
hardcover
Going beyond the obvious ethical issues that have preoccupied viewers and critics alike, the essays in this book cut across disciplines, delve deeply into contemporary issues, and explore the pure pleasure and entertainment value of the series.


 TRUE AND LIVING PROPHET OF DESTRUCTION: Cormac McCarthy and Modernity
by Nicholas Monk
$65.00
hardcover
Monk examines the experience of engaging with McCarthy’s fiction in order to reveal why so many people report that “reading Cormac McCarthy changed my life.”


Inventing the Fiesta City INVENTING THE FIESTA CITY: Heritage and Carnival in San Antonio
by Laura Hernández-Ehrisman

$34.95 paperback
The story of how the multicultural identity of San Antonio, Texas, has been shaped and polished through its annual fiesta since the late nineteenth century.


The Archaeology of Andean Pastoralism THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF ANDEAN PASTORALISM
Edited by José M. Capriles and Nicholas Tripcevich
$85.00
hardcover
In this book leading experts uncover and discuss archaeological topics and themes surrounding the long-term trajectory of camelid (llama and alpaca) pastoralism in the Andean highlands of South America.


Coyota in the Kitchen COYOTA IN THE KITCHEN: A Memoir of New and Old Mexico
by Anita Rodríguez
$24.95
paperback
Accompanied by Rodríguez’s vibrant paintings—including scenes of people eating on fiesta nights and plastering an adobe church—Coyota in the Kitchen shows how food reflects the complicated family histories that shape our lives.


The Pueblo Bonito Mounds of Chaco Canyon THE PUEBLO BONITO MOUNDS OF CHACO CANYON: Material Culture and Fauna
Edited by Patricia L. Crown
$85.00
hardcover
Archaeologists use the artifacts and fauna they found to examine the lives and activities of the inhabitants of Pueblo Bonito as well as to further interpret current models of Chaco archaeology.


Childhood CHILDHOOD: Origins, Evolution, and Implications
Edited by Courtney L. Meehan and Alyssa N. Crittenden
$49.95
paperback
This collection is the first to specifically address our current understanding of the evolution of human childhood, which in turn significantly affects our interpretations of the evolution of family formation, social organization, cultural transmission, cognition, ontogeny, and the physical and socioemotional needs of children.


Best Plants for New Mexico Gardens and Landscapes BEST PLANTS FOR NEW MEXICO GARDENS AND LANDSCAPES: Keyed to Cities and Regions in New Mexico and Adjacent Areas, Revised and Expanded Edition
by Baker H. Morrow
$34.95
paperback
First published in 1995, this invaluable guide to the trees, shrubs, ground covers, and smaller plants that thrive in New Mexico’s many life zones and growing areas is now available in a long-awaited new edition.


Killing Civilization KILLING CIVILIZATION: A Reassessment of Early Urbanism and Its Consequences
by Justin Jennings
$75.00
hardcover
Killing Civilization uses case studies from across the modern and ancient world to develop a new model of incipient urbanism and its consequences.


Bad Clowns BAD CLOWNS
by Benjamin Radford
$24.95
paperback
This book describes the history of bad clowns, why clowns go bad, and why many people fear them.


LIFE Story LIFE STORY: The Education of an American Journalist
by Gerald Moore
$24.95
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In LIFE Story Gerald Moore—a writer and editor who worked at the magazine in the last glory years before TV made it obsolete—recalls the dizzying excitement and glamour of LIFE’s fast-moving, powerful approach to spreading the news.


Word Drops WORD DROPS: A Sprinkling of Linguistic Curiosities
by Paul Anthony Jones
$19.95
paperback
From aardvark to zenzizenzizenzic, Word Drops collects a thousand obscure words and language facts in one fascinating chain of word associations. 


Stories from the CameraSTORIES FROM THE CAMERA: Reflections on the Photograph
Edited by Michele M. Penhall
$50.00
hardcover
As one of the earliest collegiate institutions to begin collecting photography, the University of New Mexico Art Museum holds a stunning array of images that span photography’s 175-year history.


A Distant Heartbeat A DISTANT HEARTBEAT: A War, a Disappearance, and a Family’s Secrets
by Eunice Lipton
$19.95
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A Distant Heartbeat tells a tale of passion and heroism, centered on a fierce competition between brothers, a packet of missing letters, and the unforeseen results of family betrayal.


The Girls in My Town THE GIRLS IN MY TOWN: Essays
by Angela Morales
$19.95
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The Girls in My Town create an unforgettable portrait of a family in Los Angeles. Reaching back to her grandmother’s childhood and navigating through her own girlhood and on to the present, Angela Morales contemplates moments of loss and longing, truth and beauty, motherhood and daughterhood.


Slavery and Politics SLAVERY AND POLITICS: Brazil and Cuba, 1790-1850
by Rafael Marquese, Tâmis Parron, and Márcia Berbel; Translated by Leonardo Marques
$95.00
hardcover
$29.95 paperback
The politics of slavery and slave trade in nineteenth-century Cuba and Brazil is the subject of this acclaimed study, first published in Brazil in 2010 and now available for the first time in English.


Kingdom of the Sun KINGDOM OF THE SUN: Stories
by James Terry
$19.95
paperback
Set in southwestern New Mexico, the stories in James Terry’s stunning debut explore the joys, insecurities, and failures of memorable characters as they attempt to connect with—or disconnect from—others around them.



Family Resemblances
 FAMILY RESEMBLANCES: Poems
by Carrie Shipers
$17.95
paperback
The poems in Family Resemblances unfold in a series of overlapping narratives in which characters struggle with injury and healing, violence and fear, courage and forgiveness.



The Day After Death
 THE DAY AFTER DEATH: A Novel
by Lynn C. Miller
$19.95
paperback
Set against the background of the theater, The Day after Death explores how loss and family trauma affect our ability to connect, trust, and love.



A Drama of the Southwest
 
A DRAMA OF THE SOUTHWEST: The Critical Edition of a Forgotten Play
by Jean Toomer; Edited by Carolyn J. Dekker
$45.00
hardcover
This book, a critical edition of a previously unpublished 1935 manuscript, makes A Drama of the Southwest available to readers for the first time.



The Tombstone Race
 THE TOMBSTONE RACE: Stories
by José Skinner
$19.95
paperback
Set in places as diverse as Fort Sumner, Taos, Chimayó, Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and Clovis, the fourteen stories in The Tombstone Race explore the surprising connections and disjunctions between rich and poor, urban and rural, old and new, ugly and beautiful.



The Woman Who Married a Bear
 THE WOMAN WHO MARRIED A BEAR: Poems
by Tiffany Midge
$17.95
paperback
The Woman Who Married a Bear
showcases the wholly individual voice of a talented poet.



Magpie's Blanket MAGPIE'S BLANKET: A Novel
by Kimberly D. Schmidt
$19.95
paperback
In this thoughtful novel Kimberly D. Schmidt brings to life the history of Plains Indian women and the white invasion—an account not solely of violence and bloodshed but also of healing and forgiveness.




Abandoned in Place ABANDONED IN PLACE: Preserving America's Space History
by Roland Miller; Foreword by Roger D. Launius; Prologue by Bob Thall; Introduction by  Betsy Fahlman; Essays by  Craig Covault, Pamela Melroy, and Beth Laura O'Leary
$45.00
hardcover
Roland Miller’s color photographs document the NASA, Air Force, and Army facilities across the nation that once played a crucial role in the space race.



 VOLUNTEERING FOR A CAUSE: Gender, Faith, and Charity in Mexico from the Reform to the Reformation
by Silvia Marina Arrom
$29.95
paperback
This thoughtful study challenges a number of widespread assumptions about the role of Catholicism in Mexican history by examining two related Catholic charities: the male Society of St. Vincent de Paul and the Ladies of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul.



New Mexico NEW MEXICO: Images of a Land and Its People
Lucian Niemeyer; Text by Art Gómez
$29.95 paperback
Handsome color photographs of the unique landscapes of New Mexico with an essay on the pathways which have drawn people and animal life to its varied surroundings for millennia.




Gendered Crossings GENDERED CROSSINGS: Women and Migration in the Spanish Empire
by Allyson M. Poska
$29.95
paperback
$95.00 hardcover
Gendered Crossings brings to life the diverse settings of the Iberian Atlantic and the transformations in the peasants’ gendered experiences as they moved around the Spanish Empire.



 MIDDLE OF NOWHERE: Religion, Art, and Pop Culture at Salvation Mountain
by Sara M. Patterson
$24.95
paperback
In Middle of Nowhere Sara M. Patterson argues that Leonard Knight was a spiritual descendant of the early Christian desert ascetics who escaped to the desert in order to experience God more fully.



 LO QUE MI ABUELA ME DIJO / WHAT MY GRANDMOTHER TOLD ME: Practical Wisdom from Spanish Proverbs and Sayings
by Maria Paz Eleizegui Weir; Illustrated by Mahala Urra
$17.95
paperback
Arranged by subjects, the dichos provide wisdom on topics such as childhood, work, strife, and love.



 GARO Z. ANTREASIAN: Reflections on Life and Art
by Garo Z. Antreasian
$39.95
paperback
Illustrating his drawings, paintings, and prints, this book reveals Antreasian as a major American artist.



 ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
by Alexander Ewen and Jeffrey Wollock
$95.00
hardcover
The Encyclopedia of the American Indian in the Twentieth Century provides a comprehensive overview of this dramatic process through profiles of key individuals, organizations, government policies, and events that have defined Native history since 1900.



Canícula CANÍCULA: Snapshots of a Girlhood en la Frontera, Updated Edition
by Norma Elia Cantú
$19.95
paperback
In celebration of the twentieth anniversary of the original publication, this updated edition includes newly written pieces as well as never-before-published images—culled from hundreds of the author’s family photos—adding further depth and insight into this unique contribution to Chicana literature.



Art, Peace, and Transcendence ART, PEACE, AND TRANSCENDENCERéograms That Elevate and Unite
by Paul Ré
$45.00
hardcover
American artist Paul Ré invites us to join him on his journey for harmony, wisdom, and inner joy with Art, Peace, and Transcendence. Shop cheap wedding dresses online. All best wedding dresses for you.



Native Women and Land NATIVE WOMEN AND LAND: Narratives of Dispossession and Resurgence
by Stephanie J. Fitzgerald
$29.95
paperback
“What roles do literary and community texts and social media play in the memory, politics, and lived experience of those dispossessed?” Fitzgerald asks this question in her introduction and sets out to answer it in her study of literature and social media by (primarily) Native women who are writing about and often actively protesting against displacement caused both by forced relocation and environmental disaster.



Secret Wars and Secret Policies in the Americas, 1842-1929 SECRET WARS AND SECRET POLICIES IN THE AMERICAS, 1842-1929
by Friedrich E. Schuler
$39.95
paperback
The intrigue and subterfuge revealed in this revisionist study add a fascinating new dimension to our understanding of transpacific and transatlantic politics following World War I.



Enchantment and Exploitation ENCHANTMENT AND EXPLOITATION: The Life and Hard Times of a New Mexico Mountain Range Revised and Expanded Edition
by William deBuys
$24.95
paperback
Now, more than thirty years later, this revised and expanded edition provides a long-awaited assessment of the quality of the journey that New Mexican society has traveled in that time—and continues to travel.



3 TOES 3 TOES
by Loyd Tireman; Illustrations by Ralph Douglass; Adapted by Evelyn Yrisarri
$12.95 hardcover
The final book of the Mesaland Series follows Three-Toes as he pops in and out of mischief on the sunny mesa.


Baby Jack and Jumping Jack Rabbit BABY JACK AND JUMPING JACK RABBIT
by Loyd Tireman; Illustrations by Ralph Douglass; Adapted by Evelyn Yrisarri
$12.95 hardcover
Join Baby Jack in the first book of the Mesaland Series as he explores the desert and encounters other creatures, including a little bee, a grasshopper, and a pile of big red ants.


BIG FAT BIG FAT
by Loyd Tireman; Illustrations by Ralph Douglass; Adapted by Evelyn Yrisarri
$12.95 hardcover
The fifth book of the Mesaland Series tells the story of lovable, lumbering prairie dog Big Fat.


COCKY COCKY
by Loyd Tireman; Illustrations by Ralph Douglass; Adapted by Evelyn Yrisarri
$12.95 hardcover
Cocky, a rollicking little roadrunner, joins baby jack rabbit Hop-a-long and the other creatures of the desert in the fourth book of the Mesaland Series.


DUMBEE DUMBEE
by Loyd Tireman; Illustrations by Ralph Douglass; Adapted by Evelyn Yrisarri
$12.95 hardcover
“An engaging account of the adventures of a bumblebee.”—Fort Worth Star-Telegram


Hop-a-long HOP-A-LONG
by Loyd Tireman; Illustrations by Ralph Douglass; Adapted by Evelyn Yrisarri
$12.95 hardcover
In the second book of the Mesaland Series, Baby Jack grows up and is renamed Hop-a-long.

by Loyd Tireman; Illustrations by Ralph Douglass; Adapted by Evelyn Yrisarri
$12.95
hardcover
In the sixth book of the Mesaland Series, meet a strange little animal sprinkled with needle-sharp quills—Mr. Porcupine!



Cancionero CANCIONERO: Songs of Laughter and Faith in New Mexico
by John Donald Robb; Edited by James Bratcher; Forword by Frank McCulloch
$29.95
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Created for musicians and vocalists, Cancionero features arrangements for voice with piano or guitar accompaniments as well as selected concert versions for voice, oboe, harp, and piano.



The Oppens Remembered THE OPPENS REMEMBERED: Poetry, Politics, and Friendship
Edited by Rachel Blau DuPlessis
$59.95
hardcover
In this book the poets, editors, writers, composers, and teachers who knew the couple consider their encounters and relationships with George and Mary Oppen.


Beyond Geopolitics BEYOND GEOPOLITICS: New Histories of Latin America at the League of Nations
Edited by Alan McPherson and Yannick Wehrli
$55.00
hardcover
Using research in frequently overlooked collections, Beyond Geopolitics makes groundbreaking contributions to the study of Latin American international relations, the history of the League of Nations, and the broader story of cooperation across borders.



The Maya of the Cochuah Region THE MAYA OF THE COCHUAH REGION: Archaeological and Ethnographic Perspectives on the Northern Lowlands
Edited by Justine M. Shaw
$85.00
hardcover
This book, the first major collection of data from the Cochuah region investigations, presents and analyzes findings on more than eighty sites and puts them in the context of the findings of other investigations from outside the area.


In This Body IN THIS BODY: Kaqchikel Maya and the Grounding of Spirit
by Servando Z. Hinojosa
$75.00
hardcover
This account of life in one highland Maya community shows how, among Kaqchikels, spirit expresses itself fundamentally through the body, and not as something entirely separate from the body.


North American Hummingbirds NORTH AMERICAN HUMMINGBIRDS: An Identification Guide
by George C. West
$24.95
paperback
Designed to help birders and banders identify, age, and sex all seventeen species of hummingbirds found in North America, this is the only identification guide devoted entirely to hummingbirds that includes up-close, easy-to-use illustrations.



Amada's Blessings from the Peyote Gardens of South Texas
 AMADA'S BLESSINGS FROM THE PEYOTE GARDENS OF SOUTH TEXAS

by Stacy B. Schaefer $29.95
paperback
Schaefer's book weaves together the geography, biology, history, cultures, and religions that created the unique life of Mrs. Cardenas and the people she knew.



The Maltese Falcon to Body of Lies THE MALTESE FALCON TO BODY OF LIES: Spies, Noirs, and Trust

by Robert von Hallberg
$29.95 paperback
Examining twenty-eight great noir films from the earliest examples of the genre, including The Maltese Falcon, The Big Sleep, and Out of the Past, to such twenty-first-century spy films as The Good Shepherd, Syriana, and The Bourne Ultimatum, this study explores the representations of trust and commitment that noir and spy films propose.




 
PIE TOWN REVISITED

by Arthur Drooker 
$34.95 paperback
In this book author-photographer Arthur Drooker documents his own travels to Pie Town to find out what became of it seventy years after Russell Lee visited
.



 
JUST SOUTH OF ZION: The Mormons in Mexico and Its Borderlands
Edited by Jason H. Dormady and Jared M. Tamez 
$55.00 hardcover
Just South of Zion assembles new scholarship on the first century of Mormon history in Mexico, from 1847 to 1947.



 
FROM SHIPMATES TO SOLDIERS: Emerging Black Identities in the Río de La Plata
by Alex Borucki  
$29.95 hardcover
This book analyzes the lives of Africans and their descendants in Montevideo and Buenos Aires from the late colonial era to the first decades of independence.




 
BRAZIL THROUGH FRENCH EYES: A Nineteenth-Century Artist in the Tropics
by Ana Lucia Araujo
$55.00 hardcover
In this book historian Ana Lucia Araujo examines Biard’s Brazil with special attention to what she calls his “tropical romanticism”: a vision of the country with an emphasis on the exotic.



 
¡CORRIDO!: The Living Ballad of Mexico's Western Coast
by John Holmes McDowell; Photographs by Patricia Glushko; Musical Transcriptions by Carlos Fernández
$55.00 hardcover
The present compilation of ballads from the Mexican states of Guerrero and Oaxaca documents one of the world’s great traditions of heroic song, a tradition that has thrived continuously for the last hundred years.



 
A CIVIL WAR HISTORY OF THE NEW MEXICO VOLUNTEERS AND MILITIA
by Jerry D. Thompson
$95.00 hardcover
Thompson draws on service records and numerous other archival sources that few earlier scholars have seen in this comprehensive work.
 




 THE QUOTABLE AMELIA EARHART
Edited by Michele Wehrwein Albion
$24.95 hardcover
This definitive resource provides a concise, documented collection of Earhart’s quotations so that her words, as well as her achievements, may inspire a new generation.
 



 YOU MUST FIGHT THEM: A Novella and Stories
by Maceo Montoya
$19.95 paperback
In this collection we meet characters navigating the difficult situations that arise when different worlds collide.



 ¡CANCERLANDIA!: A Memoir
by Juan Alvarado Valdivia
$24.95
paperback
Comic and unsparing, ¡Cancerlandia! chronicles Alvarado Valdivia’s journey as he not only fights to survive his personified adversary, Mr. Hodgkins, but also as he struggles with his own self-destructive spirit.



 IRBY BROWN: Southwest Landscape Paintings
by Richard Brunson; edited by Joshua Falconer
$50.00 hardcover
Irby Brown showcases sixty of Brown’s finest landscape paintings, each in full color and on a full page.



Moonshots and Snapshots of Project Apollo
 MOONSHOTS AND SNAPSHOTS OF PROJECT APOLLO: A Rare Photographic History
by John Bisney and J. L. Pickering 
$55.00
hardcover
Beginning in 1967, Moonshots and Snapshots of Project Apollo chronicles the program’s twelve missions and its two follow-ons, Skylab and the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project.




 RELIGION IN NEW SPAIN
Edited by Susan Schroeder and Stafford Poole C.M.

$39.95
paperback 
This extensive study examines the variety of religious practice and tradition that developed from the confluence of the numerous beliefs and cultures in the northern colonies of New Spain.




THE ALLURE OF NEZAHUALCOYOTL: Pre-Hispanic History, Religion, and Nahua Poetics
by Jongsoo Lee
$39.95 
paperback
Lee offers a more realistic portrait of the legendary Aztec ruler Nezahualcoyotl, derived from examination of original Nahuatl codices and poetry, as well as Spanish chronicles.


 

 THE HAUNTING OF THE MEXICAN BORDER: A Woman's Journey
by Kathryn Ferguson
$24.95
paperback
“This is an important book at the right time. We need to read this story and understand its vision. Recommended.”—Luis Alberto Urrea, author of The Devil’s Highway: A True Story




 ROADSIDE NEW MEXICO: A Guide to Historic Markers
Revised and Expanded Edition
by David Pike
$29.95
paperback
This revised and expanded edition of Roadside New Mexico provides additional information about these sites and includes approximately one hundred new markers, sixty-five of which document the contribution of women to the history of New Mexico.




SELF-PORTRAIT WITH SPURS AND SULFUR: Poems
by Casey Thayer
$17.95
paperback
Through persona poems and odes, the collection argues that the muddier the narrative, the closer the story gets to truth.




  NEW MEXICO 2050
Edited by Fred Harris
$19.95
paperback
Here some of the state’s most noted and qualified policy experts answer two vital questions: New Mexico 2050—What can we be? What will we be?




 A LIFE ON HOLD: Living with Schizophrenia
by Josie Méndez-Negrete
$24.95
paperback
Méndez-Negrete's powerful account is the first memoir by a Mexican American author to share the devastation and hope a family experiences in dealing with schizophrenia.




 REINING IN THE RIO GRANDE: People, Land, and Water
by Fred M. Phillips, G. Emlen Hall, and Mary E. Black
$34.95
paperback  
This study examines human interactions with the Rio Grande from prehistoric time to the present day and explores what possibilities remain for the desert river.




HERESIES: Poems
by Orlando Ricardo Menes
$17.95
paperback
The poems incorporate history, legend, and magical realism to create a cross-cultural baroque feeling.




  CROSSING OVER: Poems
by Priscilla Long
$17.95
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“Priscilla Long would take a bridge anywhere to reach her lost sister, and these poems are replete with bridges literal and metaphoric. In her quest and resolve, these words resonate from ‘Kaddish for Susanne’: ‘All praise to all that is.’”—Carole Simmons Oles, author of A Selected History of Her Heart: Poems




 ABBEY IN AMERICA: A Philosopher's Legacy in a New Century
Edited by John A. Murray
$39.95
hardcover
Abbey in America, published forty years after Abbey’s popular novel The Monkey Wrench Gang, features an all-star list of contributors, including journalists, authors, scholars, and two of Abbey’s best friends, as they explore Abbey’s ideas and legacy through their unique literary, personal, and scholarly perspectives.