Literature

Selected Poems of Gabriela Mistral

Translated by Ursula K. Le Guin
Translated by Ursula K. Le Guin

The breadth and depth of Nobel laureate Gabriela Mistral's poetry is passionately translated to English by Le Guin in this landmark bilingual edition.

Untold Sisters

Hispanic Nuns in Their Own Works
Revised Edition
By Electa ArenalStacey Schlau
Translated by Amanda Powell

In this revised edition of the first introduction to Hispanic convent culture published in the United States, the authors present the works of nuns going back to the sixteenth century.

Santa Fe Nativa

A Collection of Nuevomexicano Writing
Edited by Rosalie C. OteroA. Gabriel MeléndezEnrique R. Lamadrid
Photographs by Miguel A. Gandert

This anthology honors Santa Fe's role as the foundation of New Mexican Hispanic culture.

Insides She Swallowed

By Sasha Chacón

The sensuous poetic imagery of a show-stopping performer.

In the Presence of the Sun

Stories and Poems, 1961-1991
By N. Scott Momaday

A collection of evocative and versatile works by the National Medal of Arts recipient.

Rock Candy

By Jenifer Vernon

"I learned that plain old words can shine glorious if they are bowed and rearranged right--and that sometimes the rhythm says more than the words themselves."--Jenifer Rae Vernon

Work Is Love Made Visible

Collected Family Photographs and Poetry
By Jeanetta Calhoun Mish

The prodigal daughter writes of her travels and return and shares unique photos of her kin.

In Beauty I Walk

The Literary Roots of Native American Writing
Edited by Jarold RamseyLori Burlingame

This generous selection of classics of American Indian literature illustrates the many connections with Native oral tradition carried on, and sometimes departed from, by today's younger generation of Indian authors.

Trouble Light

By Gerald McCarthy

McCarthy's writing focuses on family life, working-class ethnicity, prisons, personal loss, and our connections to historical experience.

Subjects: LiteraturePoetry

In the Shadow of Los Alamos

Selected Writings of Edith Warner
Edited by Patrick Burns

To read this book is to hear her own quiet voice, describing pueblo ceremonials, detailing the difficulties of life during the war years, and above all recording her own spiritual relationship with the New Mexico landscape.

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