Fiction

Lilus Kikus and Other Stories by Elena Poniatowska

By Elena Poniatowska
Translated by Elizabeth Coonrod Martínez

The first English edition of the work of one of Mexico's most admired women writers.

Faraway Blue

By Max Evans

Faraway Blue is based on the real-life exploits of Sergeant Moses Williams, former slave, Civil War veteran, and Buffalo Soldier.

Coal Camp Justice

Two Wrongs Make a Right
By Ricardo García

Garcia's novel focuses on life and death in the coal mines and camps of 1930s northern New Mexico.

Horse of Seven Moons

By Karen Taschek

The story of a sixteen-year-old Apache boy, a fourteen-year-old Anglo girl, and the horse they share, unbeknownst to each other.

Return to Abo

By Sharon Niederman

Niederman's first novel finds a cosmopolitan woman returning to her small ranching community roots and struggling with memories.

Subjects: FictionSouthwest

Delivery

A Novel
By Ben Daitz

Ben Daitz's first novel is situated at the intersection of the best of intentions and the worst of consequences, uniting the diverse strands of life in the modern Southwest.

Subjects: FictionSouthwest

Coyote Morning

A Novel
By Lisa Lenard-Cook

This story of the conflicts between humans and coyotes reminds us to reflect on our relationship with the natural world.

Subjects: FictionSouthwest

Tortuga

A Novel
25th Anniversary Edition
By Rudolfo Anaya

Anaya shares his memories of the incident which inspired Tortuga in the new Afterword of this 25th anniversary edition of his literary classic.

Subjects: ChildrenFiction

Motorcycle Ride on the Sea of Tranquility

By Patricia Santana

A touching and funny coming-of-age novel set in 1969 with a background of family and the Vietnam war.

Careless Love

Or the Land of Promise
By Kate Horsley

Thomas Hall, a young nineteenth century Bostonian and idealistic newspaperman, is fascinated by Wild West shows and dime novels. He boards a train bound for the West and goes as far as New Mexico. Hall's journey helps him learn that the truth isn't always what is printed in black and white.

Subjects: FictionSouthwest

Pages