Titles by Subject

All This Thinking

The Correspondence of Bernadette Mayer and Clark Coolidge
Edited by Stephanie AndersonKristen Tapson

All This Thinking explores the deep friendship and the critical and creative thinking between Bernadette Mayer and Clark Coolidge, focusing on an intense three-year period in their three decades of correspondence.

Under the Cap of Invisibility

The Pantex Nuclear Weapons Plant and the Texas Panhandle
By Lucie Genay

The book investigates how Pantex has impacted local identity by molding elements of the past into the guaranty of its future and its concealment.

Subjects: SouthwestHistory

Semantics of the World

Selected Poems
By Rómulo Bustos Aguirre
Edited and Translated by Nohora Arrieta FernándezMark A. Sanders

This selection of extraordinary poems, edited and translated by Nohora A. Arrieta Fernández and Mark A. Sanders, presents Bustos Aguirre’s works in Spanish alongside their English translations and features the critical apparatus necessary for making Bustos Aguirre’s poetry more accessible to students, scholars, and the general reading public.

Dancing on the Sun Stone

Mexican Women and the Gendered Politics of Octavio Paz
By Marjorie Becker

Dancing on the Sun Stone is a uniquely transdisciplinary work that fuses modern Latin American history and literature to explore women’s lives and gendered politics in Mexico.

Steinbeck’s Imaginarium

Essays on Writing, Fishing, and Other Critical Matters
By Robert DeMott

In Steinbeck’s Imaginarium, Robert DeMott delves into the imaginative, creative, and sometimes neglected aspects of John Steinbeck’s artistic career.

Latinx Poetics

Essays on the Art of Poetry
Edited by Ruben Quesada

Latinx Poetics: Essays on the Art of Poetry collects personal and academic writing from Latino, Latin American, Latinx, and Luso poets about the nature of poetry and its practice.

Hispano Bastion

New Mexican Power in the Age of Manifest Destiny, 1837-1860
By Michael J. Alarid

In this groundbreaking study, historian Michael J. Alarid examines New Mexico’s transition from Spanish to Mexican to US control during the nineteenth century and illuminates how emerging class differences played a crucial role in the regime change.

Subjects: HistorySouthwest

Reimagining History from an Indigenous Perspective

The Graphic Work of Floyd Solomon
By Joyce M. Szabo

In Reimagining History from an Indigenous Perspective, Joyce M. Szabo positions Solomon among his contemporaries, making this vibrant artist and his remarkable vision broadly available to audiences both familiar with his work and those seeing it for the first time.

Love, Loosha

The Letters of Lucia Berlin and Kenward Elmslie
Edited by Chip Livingston

Love, Loosha is the extraordinary collection of letters between Lucia Berlin and her dear friend, the poet and Broadway lyricist Kenward Elmslie.

Subjects: Literature

2023 New Mexico Magazine Artist Calendar

By Doug West

Doug West has been capturing the magical skies and environment of the great Southwest for over thirty years. “New Mexico resonates deeply with my spirit as an artist,” he says.

Subjects: Art

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