by Christine Stewart-Nuñez
Stewart-Nuñez draws upon a number of styles—persona, ekphrastic, lyrical, formal—to create a collection that explores the promises of love and loss.
LESLIE MARMON SILKO'S STORYTELLER: New Perspectives
Edited by Catherine Rainwater
The essays collected in this book, addressing both the original edition of Storyteller and the 2012 revision, use the growth in understanding of Native American literature in general and of Silko’s work in particular to unpack this fascinating work and its critical reception over the years.
THE ANNUAL BIG ARSENIC FISHING CONTEST!: A Novel
by John Nichols
In this insightful and bittersweet love story, masterful storyteller John Nichols brings to life northern New Mexico and three unforgettable characters.
AMÉRICA INVERTIDA: An Anthology of Emerging Uruguayan Poets
Edited by Jesse Lee Kercheval
América invertida presents Spanish poems and their English translations side by side to give readers an introduction to Uruguay’s vibrant literary scene.
OY, CARAMBA!: An Anthology of Jewish Stories from Latin America
Edited by Ilan Stavans
First published in 1994 as Tropical Synagogues: Short Stories by Jewish-Latin American Writers, Ilan Stavans’s classic anthology is expanded and updated in this new edition.
POLYGAMY AND THE RISE AND DEMISE OF THE AZTEC EMPIRE
by Ross Hassig
This provocative examination of Aztec marriage practices offers a powerful analysis of the dynamics of society and politics in Mexico before and after the Spanish conquest.
THE UNIVERSE PLAYING STRINGS: A Novel
by R. M. Kinder
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: The Autobiography of New Mexico's First Modern Governor
by Jack M. Campbell
In this engaging autobiography, Campbell traces his life story across major historical events in the country and New Mexico.
WHY FORAGE?: Hunters and Gatherers in the Twenty-First Century
Edited by Brian F. Codding and Karen L. Kramer
Why Forage? shows that huntingAd 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
Edited by Adeline Masquelier and Benjamin F. Soares
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: History, Nationalism, and Politics in Mexico since 1968
by Randal Sheppard
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: The Ethics of the Photographic Essay
by Kelly Klingensmith
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: Letters to Juan and Eva Perón
by Donna J. Guyr
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: A Guide to Off-Road New Mexico Historic Sites
Robert Julyan, Author
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: The Sketches of Antoine Predock
Christopher Curtis Mead, Author
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
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
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
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.