New Releases

To Serve the People

My Life Organizing with Cesar Chavez and the Poor
By LeRoy Chatfield

In this collection of what the author calls Easy Essays, Chatfield recounts his childhood, explains the social issues that have played a significant role in his life and work, and uncovers the lack of justice he saw all too frequently.

to cleave

poems
By Barbara Rockman

In this stunning collection Rockman explores the themes of aging; our relationships to our bodies; marriage; and the surprises, griefs, and joys of motherhood.

Subjects: Poetry

Camera Hunter

George Shiras III and the Birth of Wildlife Photography
By James H. McCommons

This biography serves as an important record of Shiras’s accomplishments as a visual artist, wildlife conservationist, adventurer, and legislator.

War and Music

A Medley of Love
By Max Evans

An unlikely group of characters attempt to carve out a normal existence at a French country estate in the midst of World War II.

Subjects: Fiction

Louis Owens

Writing Land and Legacy
Edited by Joe LockardA. Robert Lee

Louis Owens: Writing Land and Legacy explores the wide-ranging oeuvre of this seminal author, examining Owens’s work and his importance in literature and Native studies.

Living in Silverado

Secret Jews in the Silver Mining Towns of Colonial Mexico
By David M. Gitlitz

In this thoroughly researched work, David M. Gitlitz traces the lives and fortunes of three clusters of sixteenth-century crypto-Jews in Mexico’s silver mining towns.

For the Love of a Horse

By Max Evans

Favorite horse stories from one of the West's favorite writers.

Guide to the Plants of Arizona's White Mountains

By George C. West

George C. West provides a simple and quick guide written especially for amateur plant lovers, nature enthusiasts, interested hikers, tourists, and botanists who want to learn more about the plants of the White Mountains in east-central Arizona.

Subjects: NatureSouthwest

Headed into the Wind

A Memoir
By Jack Loeffler

Loeffler, a former jazz musician, fire lookout, museum curator, bioregionalist, and self-taught aural historian, shares his humor and imagination, his adventures, observations, reflections, and meditations along the trail in his retelling of a life well lived.

Take Daily as Needed

A Novel in Stories
By Kathryn Trueblood

“Never a false note, never a line of dialogue that didn’t feel heartbreakingly real, the work seems to open a seam in the experience of parenting that has never been pulled open before.”—Ashley Shelby, author of South Pole Station: A Novel

Subjects: Fiction

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