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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

2023 Enchanting New Mexico Calendar

Images from the 21st Annual New Mexico Magazine Photo Contest
By  New Mexico Magazine

Each month you’ll be treated to award-winning images selected by the editors of New Mexico Magazine for its annual contest.

Subjects: Art

The Production and Distribution of Mimbres Pottery

By Darrell G. Creel

The Production and Distribution of Mimbres Pottery assesses a much-expanded INAA data set and presents a new and more-informed interpretation of ceramic production and distribution in the Mimbres region.

Late Work

A Literary Autobiography of Love, Loss, and What I Was Reading
By Joan Frank

Useful for writers at any stage of development, Late Work offers a seasoned artist’s thinking through the exploration of issues, paradoxes, and crises of faith.

Subjects: EssaysLiterature

Miles to Go

An African Family in Search of America along Route 66
By Brennen Matthews

Miles to Go is the story of a family from Africa in search of authentic America along the country’s most famous highway, Route 66.


Lessons for a Congress in Crisis
By Jeff Bingaman

Breakdown: Lessons for a Congress in Crisis traces the development of congressional dysfunction over more than three decades and provides eight case studies that examine how the crisis affects our government’s ability to meet major policy challenges.

Subjects: Politics

A Cross and a Star

Memoirs of a Jewish Girl in Chile
By Marjorie Agosín
Translated by Celeste Kostopulos-Cooperman

In this classic memoir which explores the Nazi presence in the south of Chile after the war, Marjorie Agosín writes in the voice of her mother, Frida, who grew up as the daughter of European Jewish immigrants in Chile in the World War II era.

The Abolitionist’s Journal

Memories of an American Antislavery Family
By James D. Richardson

The author raises questions about why the fervent commitment to the emancipation of African Americans was nearly forgotten by his family, exploring the racial attitudes in the author’s upbringing and the ingrained racism that still plagues our nation today.

Chino and the Dance of the Butterfly

A Memoir
By Dana Tai Soon Burgess

Renowned Korean American modern-dance choreographer Dana Tai Soon Burgess shares his deeply personal hyphenated world and how his multifaceted background drives his prolific art-making in Chino and the Dance of the Butterfly.

The Empty Bowl

Poems of the Holocaust and After
By Judith H. Sherman

In The Empty Bowl: Poems of the Holocaust and After, Holocaust survivor Judith H. Sherman strives to record trauma through art.