Southwest

Into the Canyon

Seven Years in Navajo Country
By Lucy Moore

"A delight to read; an invaluable historical and cultural narrative."--Leslie Marmon Silko

Imagine a City That Remembers

The Albuquerque Rephotography Project
By Anthony AnellaMark C. Childs

This expanded and updated collection juxtaposes historic and contemporary photographs of Albuquerque to show diverse moments in the city’s history and development.

Esteban

The African Slave Who Explored America
By Dennis Herrick

In this work Herrick dispels the myths and outright lies about Esteban. His biography emphasizes Esteban rather than the Spaniards whose exploits are often exaggerated and jingoistic in the sixteenth-century chronicles.

Sandia

Seasons of a Mountain
By David MuenchRuth Rudner

This portrait of Sandia, the mountain backdrop that dwarfs Albuquerque’s sprawl, offers a sense of place through the eyes of a photographer and the words of a writer.

Fifty Years at the Pit

The University of New Mexico's Legendary Venue
By Gary Herron

With almost two hundred color photographs, this illustrative explosion shows you the players, the plays, the coaches, and the sold-out crowds dressed in red.

Subjects: SportsSouthwest

Food Sovereignty the Navajo Way

Cooking with Tall Woman
By Charlotte J. Frisbie

Food Sovereignty the Navajo Way is the first book to focus on the dietary practices of the Navajos from the earliest known times into the present and relate them to the Navajo Nation’s participation in the food sovereignty movement.

60 Short Hikes in the Sandia Foothills

By Tamara Massong

This book introduces sixty short hikes in the public lands on the eastern edge of the city of Albuquerque.

Into the Great White Sands

Photographs by Craig Varjabedian

Varjabedian’s photographs reveal snow-white dunes of gypsum, striking landforms, storms and stillness, panoramic vistas and breathtaking sunsets, intricate wind-blown patterns in the sand, ancient animal tracks, exquisite desert plants, and also the people who come to experience this place that is at once spectacular yet subtle.

Buffalo Cactus and Other New Stories from the Southwest

Edited by D. Seth HortonBrett Garcia Myhren

Revealing the Southwest as home to some of the most entertaining writers in twenty-first-century fiction, this collection features a wonderfully diverse array of authors, including Alberto Álvaro Ríos, Ron Carlson, José Skinner, Tacey M. Atsitty, and Kirstin Valdez Quade.

The Life and Writing of Fray Angélico Chávez

A New Mexico Renaissance Man
By Ellen McCracken

Ellen McCracken provides a literary biography that includes a deep look into the intellectual and cultural contributions of this Renaissance man. McCracken moves chronologically through a substantial body of work that includes fiction, poetry, plays, essays, spiritual tracts, sermons, historical writing, translation, painting, church renovation, and journalism.

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