New Mexico

Our New Mexico

A Twentieth Century History
By Calvin Roberts
Edited by Lincoln BramwellSonia DickeyLisa Pacheco

Twentieth century New Mexico history for high school courses.

A Woman's Place

Women Writing New Mexico
By Maureen Reed

Profiles of six remarkable women writers and artists whose work was shaped significantly by their relationship with New Mexico.

The Lore of New Mexico

Second Edition, Abridged
By Marta WeiglePeter White

This award-winning text on New Mexico folklore traditions is now available in a shorter edition.

The River in Winter

New and Selected Essays
By Stanley Crawford

Crawford's thoughtful and witty essays explore his experiences as a farmer, activist, and observer in rural New Mexico. In his third nonfiction book he writes, among other topics, about the river which irrigates his land and the animals and plants which touch his life.

Tamarind

Forty Years
Edited by Marjorie Devon

An essential addition to the library of anyone concerned with contemporary printmaking.

Dancing on the Stones

Selected Essays
By John Nichols

Writings that span more than thirty years and range from idyllic reflections on nature to unmerciful satires on impending Armageddon.

Six Nuevomexicano Folk Dramas for Advent Season

By Larry Torres

This bilingual edition of these classic folk dramas is produced for both those acting in the plays, or for students of the literature.

Cuentos de Cuanto Hay

Tales from Spanish New Mexico
Edited and Translated by Joe Hayes

A collection of traditional New Mexican Hispanic folktales gathered from the oral tradition in 1931 and translated by famed storyteller Joe Hayes.

The Spell of New Mexico

Edited by Tony Hillerman

Famous writers tell of the fascination of New Mexico.

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