Biography

The Life of Yellowstone Kelly

By Jerry Keenan

Based on Kelly's memoirs and correspondence, this is the first full-length biography of an extraordinary man of the American West.

Heroes without Glory

Some Good Men of the Old West
By Jack Schaefer

Schaefer profiles pioneers of the West—the doctors, explorers, and cowboys who settled the challenging landscape and built communities in the Old West.

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.

A Vision of Voices

John Crosby and The Santa Fe Opera
By Craig A. Smith

“An authoritative and exhaustive examination of John Crosby—the musician, the visionary, the impresario, the man—and his magnum opus, The Santa Fe Opera."—Juliana Gondek, professor of voice and opera studies, UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music

Subjects: BiographyMusic

Finding Abbey

The Search for Edward Abbey and His Hidden Desert Grave
By Sean Prentiss

“Prentiss reveals the power of Ed Abbey’s lasting call to action, not just as a Monkey Wrencher, but also as an ethicist who lives by Ed’s own motto, ‘Follow the truth no matter where it leads.’”—Jack Loeffler, author of Adventures with Ed: A Portrait of Abbey

El Paso's Muckraker

The Life of Owen Payne White
By Garna L. Christian

This long-overdue biography restores this overlooked writer to the forefront of western history and journalism.

Gila Country Legend

The Life and Times of Quentin Hulse
By Nancy Coggeshall

The compelling biography of a unique western rancher constantly adjusting to the inroads of modernity into his traditional way of life.

Edmund G. Ross

Soldier, Senator, Abolitionist
By Richard A. Ruddy

This first full-scale biography of Ross reveals his importance in the history of the United States.

Goin' Crazy with Sam Peckinpah and All Our Friends

By Max EvansRobert Nott

In this enthralling memoir we follow Evans and Peckinpah through conversations in bars, family gatherings, binges on drugs and alcohol, struggles with film producers and executives, and Peckinpah’s abusive behavior—sometimes directed at Evans himself.

Intimate Memories

The Autobiography of Mabel Dodge Luhan
By Mabel Dodge Luhan
Edited by Lois Palken Rudnick

At last edited into one volume, the story of one of twentieth-century America’s most flamboyant women, from her youth in upper-class Buffalo to her “discovery” of New Mexico.

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