Photography

Cutting the Wire

Photographs and Poetry from the US-Mexico Border
By Ray GonzalezLawrence Welsh
Edited by Lisa McNiel
Photographs by Bruce Berman

Cutting the Wire, a masterful collaboration between photographer Bruce Berman and poets Ray Gonzalez and Lawrence Welsh, offers us a way to look again, to really look, at the border between Mexico and the United States.

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.

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.

Terraria Gigantica

The World under Glass
Photographs by Dana Fritz

In a new approach to environmental photography, Dana Fritz explores the world’s largest enclosed landscapes: Arizona’s Biosphere 2, Cornwall’s Eden Project, and Nebraska’s Lied Jungle and Desert Dome at the Henry Doorly Zoo.

Westlands

A Water Story
Photographs by Randi Lynn Beach

Showcasing California’s Central Valley, Westlands uses documentary photography to examine the danger drought and water policies represent to farming.

Firelines

By Jill Metcoff

Jill Metcoff pairs her photographs from controlled burns with historical commentary, poetic reflections, and her own observations to construct a vibrant narrative of prose and imagery.

Subjects: Photography

Tending the Fire

Native Voices and Portraits
Photographs by Christopher Felver

Christopher Felver’s Tending the Fire celebrates the poets and writers who represent the wide range of Native American voices in literature today.

My Heart Belongs to Nature

A Memoir in Photographs and Prose
By John Nichols

In My Heart Belongs to Nature, Nichols records his forty-five-year connection to the Taos valley and its mountains, where he still lives.

What They Left Behind

Photographs
Photographs by Richard S. Buswell

Although rooted in Buswell’s experience as a lifelong Montanan, the photographs in this book are no more (or less) “about” Montana than James Joyce’s Dubliners, Portrait of an Artist, or Ulysses are “about” Dublin.

Río

A Photographic Journey down the Old Río Grande
Edited by Melissa Savage

Weaving together landscape and memory, this book presents historical photographs of the Río Grande of the American Southwest.

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