Fiction

Oracles

A Novel
By Melissa Tantaquidgeon Zobel

In this futuristic novel, the Yantuck Indians must find a way to preserve the natural environment that survives on their eastern United States reservation and yet participate in a global economy.

Old Ramon

By Jack Schaefer
Illustrations by Harold E. West

Awarded a 1961 Newbery Honor, Old Ramon tells the timeless coming-of-age story of a young boy who spends a summer with an old shepherd in the Mojave Desert.

The Canyon

By Jack Schaefer

Based on a Cheyenne legend, this novel holds universal appeal as it explores the theme of a man’s conflict with his culture.

Subjects: Fiction

The Annual Big Arsenic Fishing Contest!

A Novel
By John Nichols

In this insightful and bittersweet love story, masterful storyteller John Nichols brings to life northern New Mexico and three unforgettable characters.

Subjects: Fiction

The Universe Playing Strings

A Novel
By R. M. Kinder

Music is the heartbeat of this novel about the world of hometown musicians—the jamming venues, the contests, the onstage cues, the subtle rules.

Subjects: Fiction

The Day after Death

A Novel
By Lynn C. Miller

Set against the background of the theater, The Day after Death explores how loss and family trauma affect our ability to connect, trust, and love.

Subjects: Fiction

Magpie's Blanket

A Novel
By Kimberly D. Schmidt

In this thoughtful novel Kimberly D. Schmidt brings to life the history of Plains Indian women and the white invasion—an account not solely of violence and bloodshed but also of healing and forgiveness.

Subjects: Fiction

You Must Fight Them

A Novella and Stories
By Maceo Montoya

In this collection we meet characters navigating the difficult situations that arise when different worlds collide.

The Faster Redder Road

The Best UnAmerican Stories of Stephen Graham Jones
Edited by Theodore C. Van Alst

This collection showcases the best writings of Stephen Graham Jones, whose career is developing rapidly from the noir underground to the mainstream.

Subjects: Fiction

The Canyon

A Novel
By Stanley Crawford

To read this quiet, rich evocation of adolescent watchfulness is to experience what it is like to be fourteen years old, waiting for something to happen, aware of everything but oblivious to as much of it as possible.

Subjects: Fiction

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