A Bigger Boat

The Unlikely Success of the Albuquerque Poetry Slam Scene
Edited by Susan McAllisterDon McIverMikaela Jae RenzDaniel Solis

Exciting words by talented poets who have made Albuquerque's poetry slams so successful.

Subjects: Poetry

Map of the Lost

By Miriam Sagan

Sagan charts the exploration of the soul on this home called planet earth.

Subjects: Poetry

Derivative of the Moving Image

By Jennifer Bartlett

Translucent with humane insight, Bartlett's poetry embodies an intense awareness of what it takes to prevail over life's misfortunes.

Subjects: Poetry

Indian Trains

By Erika Wurth

These poems are tributes to an entirely new tribe--the unsung mixed blood Indians of modern America.

Broken and Reset

Selected Poems 1966 to 2006
By V. B. Price

These poems reveal Price's healing from the crippling traps of childhood and the rejection of the conformity required by modern American life.

Subjects: Poetry

Crow Call

By Michael Henson

An ode to a friend and a call to awareness on the issues of poverty and homelessness in modern America.

Subjects: Poetry

Into Another Time

Grand Canyon Reflections
By Margaret Randall

Margaret Randall expresses her lifelong love of the Grand Canyon in this latest book of poetry.

Subjects: Poetry

Historia de la Nueva Mexico, 1610

A Critical and Annotated Spanish/English Edition
By Gaspar Villagrá
Edited and Translated by Miguel EnciniasAlfred RodriguezJoseph P. Sánchez

Villagra's epic poem of Oñate's entry into New Mexico in 1598 is available again in this beautiful bilingual edition.

Ndakinna (Our Land)

New and Selected Poems
By Joseph Bruchac

Meditations on the land and heritage of the New England Abenaki Indians from award-winning native writer Joseph Bruchac.

Above the Line

New Poems
By Joseph Bruchac

A hopeful vision of the preservation of culture and the protection of the natural world from noted Abenaki Indian writer Joseph Bruchac.