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Land of Enchantment Romance Writers of America [est. 1993]
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New Mexico Artists Page
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Best 100 New Mexico Books [ann. January 2011 for the State Centennial]

historic Santa Fe Writers' Editions Series [1933-40] online

Santa Fe & Taos, The Writer's Era book by Marta Weigle & Kyle Fiore  "Santa Fe and Taos: The Writer's Era, 1916-1941" [1982]
by Marta Weigle & Kyle Fiore, Illustrations by Willard F. Clark

Visiting and resident authors examined include Mary Austin, Witter Bynner, Willa Cather, poet Robert Frost, John Galsworthy, Spud Johnson, Oliver La Farge, D.H. Lawrence, Sinclair Lewis, Haniel Long, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Carl Sandburg, and Thornton Wilder
Sunstone Press 9x6 pb [2/2008] for $22.00
Ancient City Press hardcover [12/82] out of print/many used
Hispano Writers of New Mexico  "Pláticas: Conversations With Hispano Writers of New Mexico" [2000]
by Nasario García, PhD

featuring six contemporary New Mexico Hispanic writers – Rudolfo A. Anaya, Denise E. Chavez, Erlinda Gonzales-Berry, E.A. 'Tony' Mares, Orlando Romero & Sabine R. Ulibarri
Texas Tech Univ Press 9¼x6¼ hardcover [3/2000] for $21.26
In Company, An Anthology of New Mexico Poets book edited by Lee Bartlett, V.B. Price & Dianne Edwards  "In Company: An Anthology of New Mexico Poets After 1960" [2004]
Edited by Lee Bartlett, V.B. Price & Dianne Edenfield Edwards

featured poets include Rudolfo Anaya, Jimmy Santiago Baca, Witter Bynner, Robert Creeley, Joy Harjo, Kate Horsley, Demetria Martinez, N. Scott Momaday, Simon Ortiz, Arthur Sze, Nathaniel Tarn, Charles Tomlinson, Jay Wright, and the three editors
Univ NM Press &7frac12x6¼ pb [4/2004] for $15.56
A Woman's Place, Women Writing New Mexico book by Maureen Reed  "A Woman's Place: Women Writing New Mexico" [2005]
by Maureen Reed

featuring the lives & work of Navajo writer & activist Kay Bennett; authors Mary Austin, Fabiola Cabeza de Baca & Cleofas Jaramillo; arts patron Mabel Dodge Luhan; and Pueblo Indian painter & author Pablita Velarde
Univ New Mexico Press 9x5¾ pb [5/2005] for $14.95
Literary Pilgrims of Santa Fe & Taos book by Lynn Cline  "Literary Pilgrims: The Santa Fe and Taos Writers' Colonies, 1917-1950"
[2007] by Lynn Cline

includes both well- and lesser-known literary figures of New Mexico: Mary Austin, Witter Bynner, Willa Cather, Fray Angélico Chávez, Erna & Harvey Fergusson, Alice Corbin Henderson, Paul Horgan, Spud Johnson, Oliver La Farge, D.H. Lawrence, Haniel Long, Mabel Dodge Luhan, Raymond Otis, Lynn Riggs & Frank Waters
Univ New Mexico Press 9x6 pb [3/2007] for $19.95

"Malpaís Review" Poetry Quarterly [est. 5/2010] based in Placitas, New Mexico
Edited by Gary L. Brower
official websitesubmissions

Malpaís Review Poetry Quarterly edited by Gary L. Brower   Volume 1 #1 Summer [May 2010] for $10.80
Volume 1 #2 Autumn [Sept 2010] for $10.80
Volume 1 #3 Winter [Dec 2010] for $10.80
Volume 1 #4 Spring [May 2011] for $10.80
Volume 2 #1 Summer [July 2011] for $10.80
Volume 2 #2 Autumn [Nov 2011] for $10.80
Volume 2 #3 Winter [Feb 2012] for $10.80
Volume 2 #4 Spring [May 2012] for $10.80
Volume 3 #1 Summer [Aug 2012] for $10.80
Volume 3 #2 Centennial/Autumn [Jan 2013] for $11.40
Volume 3 #3 Winter [April 2013] for $10.80
Volume 3 #4 Spring [June 2013] for $11.40
Volume 4 #1 Summer [Aug 2013] for $12.00
Volume 4 #2 Autumn [Nov 2013] for $12.00
Volume 4 #3 Winter [April 2014] for $11.40
Volume 4 #4 Spring [June 2014] for $12.00
Volume 5 #1 Summer [Aug 2014] for $10.75
Volume 5 #2 Autumn [Nov 2014] for $10.80

"The Más Tequila Review" semi-annual of poetry [est. 6/2010] based in Albuquerque, New Mexico
"Poetry for the rest of us" Edited by Richard Vargas
official websitesubmissions

Más Tequila Review semi-annual of poetry edited by Richard Vargas  
Volume 3 [Sept 2011] for $6.30
Volume 4 [Jan 2012] for $6.30
Volume 5 [Aug 2012] for $6.30
Volume 6 [Feb 2013] for $6.30
Volume 7 [Aug 2013] for $6.30
Volume 8 [Feb 2014] for $6.30
Volume 9 [July 2014] for $6.30

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Daniel Abraham of Albuquerque, NM
browse booksofficial websiteWikipedia

Daniel Abraham entry at Internet Speculative Fiction Database

Ania Ahlborn of Albuquerque, NM
browse booksofficial website

author-publisher Adela Amador [1923-2012] of Albuquerque, NM
browse booksofficial website

Rudolfo A. Anaya { of Albuquerque, NM } Page
at Spirit of America Bookstore

"Bless Me, Ultima" [1972] by Rudolfo Anaya
received People's Choice Award at the 2007 New Mexico Book Awards
listed #1 on the 100 Best Books In New Mexico [Jan 2011]
selected by the National Endowment for the Arts Big Read Program
won the Premio Quinto Sol national Chicano literary award

This novel of a young boy in New Mexico in the 1940s has sold more than 300,000 copies in paper-back since its 1972 debut; attempts to ban the books
from classrooms have been unsuccessful – so far; the book deserves a place in all fiction collections, especially those serving Xicano populations.

Bless Me, Ultima novel by Rudolfo Anaya  Ultima, an elderly curandera (one who cures with herbs and magic), comes to Antonio Marez's
New Mexico family when he is six years old, and she helps him discover himself in the magical
secrets of the pagan past.

Kindle Edition from Grand Central Publng [6/2012] for $7.99
Warner Books mass pb [4/94] for $5.91
Grand Central Publng mass pb [1995] out of print/70+ used
Warner Books 25th Anniversary Edition 8x5¼ pb [4/99] for $9.82
Warner Books 8¾x5¾ hardcover [4/94] out of print/used
Quinto Sol Publns 8¾x6 pb [1972] out of print/70+ used
'Bless Me, Ultima' 2010 stageplay by Rudolfo Anaya  
"Bless Me, Ultima" stageplay [2010] by Rudolfo Anaya
first performance at Vortex Theatre Company in Albuquerque, New Mexico
March-April 2010; directed by Valli Marie Rivera
performed October 2010 at New Mexico Tech in Socorro, New Mexico
performed March-April 2011 at Teatro Visión in San José, California
performed March 2015 at Laredo [TX] Theater Guild International
Bless Me, Ultima feature film  "Bless Me, Ultima" feature film [indep release Feb 2013]
Filmed near Santa Fe, New Mexico in 2010; based on the award-winning classic Xicano novel of 1972 by Rudolfo Anaya; a young Hispanic boy grows up during World War II under the wing of Ultima, who is a curandera (healer) or maybe a witch – or she just knows everything. • Co-produced by Wal-Mart heiress Christy Walton; adapted & directed by Carl Franklin; starring Luke Ganalon, Miriam Colon, Benito Martinez, Dolores Heredia, Joaquín Cosio, Castulo Guerra & David Rees Snell
Sony Pictures Home Ent. widescreen color DVD [9/2013] for $8.07
full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia
watch 1/2013 official trailer [2:32] online at YouTube
watch full movie [11/2014 upload, 1:45:54] online at YouTube

poster/logo for Bless Me, Ultima opera by Hector Armienta  "Bless Me, Ultima: The Opera" [2017] by Héctor Armienta  7/2017
Opera Southwest [est. 1972] and the National Hispanic Cultural Center [est. 2000] in Albuquerque, New Mexico commissioned an opera based on Rudolfo Anaya’s best-selling novel "Bless Me, Ultima" to be written by composer Héctor Armienta, who is based at Opera Cultura [est. 2008] in San José, California; excerpts were performed at a workshop event in June 2017 in San José with guest artist mezzo-soprano Suzanna Guzman; the opera's world premiere is scheduled for February 2018 at N.H.C.C. - performers include Kirsten Chávez & Daisy Beltran and conductor Guillermo Figueroa
webpage for 6/2017 workshop performance
webpage for 2/2018 world premiere performance

Clyde James Aragón of Albuquerque, NM
booksofficial website

actor-author Alan Arkin of Santa Fe, NM
browse booksbrowse DVDsIMDb listingcredits on BroadwayWikipedia

An Improvised Life memoir by Alan Arkin  
"An Improvised Life: A Memoir" [2011]
by Alan Arkin

Kindle Edition from Da Capo Press [3/2011] for $9.99
Da Capo Press 8x5½ pb [3/2011] for $11.80

Cathleen Armstrong of California
browse booksofficial website & blogWikipedia {empty}

Tastes of New Mexico cookbook by Cathleen Armstrong  "Tastes of New Mexico: A Cookbook" [2013]
by Cathleen Armstrong

This cookbook is not actually published; Armstrong uses it on the website
as a bonus, such as if you sign up for the weblog.
Welcome to Last Chance novel by Cathleen Armstrong  "Welcome To Last Chance: A Novel [2013]
While running from trouble, Lainie is stranded in tiny Last Chance, New Mexico when the engine of her car conks out.
Kindle Edition from Revell [8/2013] for $8.99
Revell 8½x5½ pb [8/2013] for $11.33
One More Last Chance novel by Cathleen Armstrong  "One More Last Chance: A Novel" [2014]
After plans to marry fall apart, Sarah returns to her tiny hometown of Last Chance, New Mexico to hide. But the handsome new owner of the Dip 'n' Dine intends to brings hordes of foodies to his diner, which is certain to sharply alter the dynamic among the town's residents.
Kindle Edition from Revell [5/2014] for $8.99
Revell 8½x5¾ pb [5/2014] for $11.70

Mary Hunter Austin [1868-1934]
lived & wrote in Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1926-34
browse books • credits missing at IMDb • Wikipedia

"One Hundred Miles On Horseback" [essay 1887, book 1963]
"The Land of Little Rain' [1903 classic + 1950 Ansel Adams edition]
"Lost Borders: The People of The Desert" [1909]
"Taos Pueblo" [1930 & 1977] with photographs by Ansel Adams
"The Land of Journeys' Ending" [1924]
"Cactus Thorn" [written ca. 1927, book 1988]
"American Playhouse" episode "Land of Little Rain" [May 1989] /tt0491622/

Ana Baca: browse books

poet & teacher Jimmy Santiago Baca of Albuquerque, NM
browse booksofficial websiteIMDb listingWikipedia

mystery author Christine Barber of Albuquerque, NM
official websitebrowse books at Amazon

"The Replacement Child: A Mystery" [9/2008] by Christine Barber
won the first annual Hillerman Prize

"The Bone Fire: A Mystery" [7/2010] by Christine Barber
awarded the New Mexico Book Prize

"When The Devil Doesn't Show: A Mystery" [4/2013] by Christine Barber

poet David Barber of Albuquerque, NM

Doug Beason, PhD of Albuquerque, NM
browse booksofficial websiteWikipedia

Doug Beason entry at Internet Speculative Fiction Database

Jim Belshaw is retired in Corrales, NM
columnist for 31 years at the Albuquerque Journal
browse booksofficial website

Amy M. Bennett of Bent (Otero County), NM
browse booksofficial websiteofficial weblog • no entry at Wikipedia

Black Horse Campground mystery series
"End of the Road" [#1 = 7/2013]
"No Lifeguard On Duty" [#2 = 4/2014]
"No Vacancy" [#3 = 2/2015]

Gus Blaisdell [1935-2003] of Albuquerque, NM
browse books • no entry at Wikipedia

Gus Blaisdell Collected book edited by William Peterson & Nicole Blaisdell Ivey  "Gus Blaisdell Collected" [2012]
Edited by William Peterson & Nicole Blaisdell Ivey

Arrived in New Mexico in 1964; famous as a writer, teacher, publisher, editor, and especially as the proprietor of the Living Batch Bookstore; this collection of Blaisdell's critical writings includes essays on literature, art & film, plus a biographical essay by his daughter.
Kindle Edition from MoRef [9/2012] for $37.05
Univ New Mexico Press 9x6 hardcover [9/2012] for $39.00
official book site

Juan Blea of Santa Fe, NM
booksnovel "Butterfly Warrior" [2006]

Western author Johnny D. Boggs of Santa Fe, NM
browse booksofficial website

Robert Boswell
Boswell and his wife, novelist Antonya Nelson live in Houston, TX and Telluride, CO and Las Cruces, NM
browse booksofficial websiteWikipedia

Steve Brewer of Albuquerque, NM
all booksauthor's weblogIMDb listing

"A Box of Pandoras" [1/2013] by Steve Brewer

P.I. Bubba Mabry of Albuquerque, NM mysteries

Myron Brinig [1896-1991]
Lived in Taos, NM in 1933-34 and 1939-55; he wrote 22 popular but largely-forgotten novels.
Myron Brinig Page at Spirit of America Bookstore

Taos Truth Game novel by Earl Ganz  "The Taos Truth Game: A Novel" [2006] by Earl Ganz
A fictional account of Myron Brinig's time in New Mexico, among literary figures Mabel Dodge Luhan, Frieda Lawrence, Robinson & Una Jeffers, and Frank Waters, with cameo appearances by Gertrude Stein & Henry Roth
Univ NM Press 9x6 pb [1/2007] for $12.95
Univ NM Press 9¼x5¾ hardcover [3/2006] for $18.96

Don Bullis of Rio Rancho, NM
booksofficial website

Old West Trivia Book by Don Bullis  
"Old West Trivia Book (New and Completely Revised)"
[orig 1992, rev 2009] by Don Bullis

Rio Grande Books 9x6 pb [4/2009] for $14.00
Gem Guides Book Co. 9x6 pb [12/92] for $10.95

"New Mexico Historical Biographies" [Rio Grande Books ] by Don Bullis
winner New Mexico-Arizona Book Award 2012

Ernie Bulow of Gallup, NM area
booksBuffalo Medicine Books

"Navajo Taboos" [1982] by Ernie Bulow & Ernest Franklin /0914001019/
"Uncle Ernie's Guide To Old Time Rodeo" [2008] by Ernie Bulow & Ernest Franklin /0914001035/

Talking Mysteries with Tony Hillerman by Ernie Bulow  
"Talking Mysteries: A Conversation with Tony Hillerman" [1991]
by Ernie Bulow, illustrated by Ernest Franklin;
won the Macavity Award for Best Nonfiction

Univ NM Press 8½x5¼ pb [3/2004] for $14.95
Univ NM Press 8½x5¼ hardcover [7/91] out of print/used

mystery author Harlen Campbell of Santa Fe, NM
booksofficial website

Monkey on a Chain mystery novel by Harlen Campbell  "Monkey On A Chain: A Novel of Suspense" [1993]
Vietnam vet Rainbow Porter learns that a former buddy & partner in black market dealings was recently killed by a trip mine, and that the man's adopted daughter, a Eurasian beauty, fears that she will be killed next.
Poisoned Pen Press 8½x5½ pb [2/99] for $11.66
Doubleday 9¼x6 hardcover [8/93] out of print/many used
Jennifer's Weave mystery novel by Harlen Campbell  "Jennifer's Weave" [2009]
New Mexican Rainbow Porter discovers a body in his neighbor's house and the neighbor is missing; the body is identified as a man who died many years before, and the cops suspect Rainbow in the murder.
ABQ Press 8½x5½ pb [10/2009] for $11.96
Sea of Deception book by Harlen Campbell  "Sea of Deception" [2009]
A small town in west Texas took a gamble on the future and got ripped off for over twenty million dollars in a revenue bond scam; a grieving widower from out of town and a local beauty team up for revenge against the ruthless crowd who continue to profit from deadly exploitation of the innocent.
ABQ Press 8½x5½ pb [10/2009] for $13.22

Xicana author Ana Castillo of Anthony, NM
browse booksofficial websiteWikipedia

"So Far From God: A Novel" [5/1993] by Ana Castillo

sci-fi/fantasy author
Suzy McKee Charnas of Albuquerque, NM

browse booksofficial websiteWikipedia

Suzy McKee Charnas entry at Internet Speculative Fiction Database

Pamela Christie of Santa Fe, NM
+ mysteries of Colonial New Mexico, circa 1780

King's Lizard mystery novel by Pamela Christie  "The King's Lizard: A Tale of Murder & Deception In Old Santa Fe, 1782" [2004]
Someone murders a military commander right on the Santa Fe Plaza, and Governor Anda asks a member of his spy network, the half-breed Nando, to find the killer. Nando's investigations lead to slavers, corrupt priests, and ultimately to a traitor against the crown.
Lone Butte Press 8½x5½ pb [8/2004] for $11.66
Dead Lizard's Dance mystery novel by Pamela Christie  "Dead Lizard's Dance: A Tale of Love, Murder & Witchery In Old Santa Fe" [2009]
A series of gruesome deaths continues despite the efforts of Governor Anda's police, so he again asks Nando for help in stopping further crimes.
Lone Butte Press 8½x5½ pb [9/2009] for $14.95

Rick Collignon of Santa Fe, NM
Rick Collignon is a stylist who combines magical realism, spare prose, and deadpan humor.
browse booksFacebook pageofficial website {being repaired 6/2009}

Journal of Antonio Montoya novel by Rick Collignon  "The Journal of Antonio Montoya: A Novel" [1996]
A spinster painter in the village of Guadalupe, New Mexico lives in a house inhabited by the ghosts of dead relatives who talk to her, do chores, and occasionally borrow her truck. Against the wishes of her brother Flavio, she takes in her nephew after the boy's parents are killed when their speeding pickup hits a cow.
Unbridled Books pb [8/2009] for $12.95
Harper Perennial 7x5 pb [10/97] out of print/used
MacAdam/Cage 6½x4¾ hardcover [5/96] out of print/many used
"Los Espíritus de la Casa Montoya" [1997]
New Media Spanish-language 8x5 pb [4/98] out of print/used

Perdido novel by Rick Collignon  "Perdido: A Novel" [1997]
A 20-year Anglo resident of the village of Guadalupe, New Mexico gets curious about a white girl found many years before hanging by a rope from a bridge, and his inquiry triggers sudden violence and death.
Harper Perennial 6¾x5 pb [2/99] out of print/used
MacAdam/Cage 8x7¼ hardcover [7/97] for $19.50
Santo In The Image of Cristobal Garcia novel by Rick Collignon  "A Santo In The Image of Cristóbal García: A Novel" [2002]
A fire destroys much of the village of Guadalupe, New Mexico and a long-mute resident suddenly speaks, accusing Flavio Montoya of setting the fire.
Blue Hen 8¼x5½ pb [10/2003] out of print/used
Blue Hen 8½x5¾ hardcover [10/2002] out of print/used
Madewell Brown novel by Rick Collignon  "Madewell Brown: A Novel" [2009]
After the death of the grandfatherly guardian of a young black girl in Cairo, Illinois, the girl finds mementoes about her baseball-playing grandfather, Madewell Brown; a young man in the village of Guadalupe, New Mexico finds an old bag that contains an unsent letter, which he mails – to the deceased guardian in Illinois.
Unbridled Books hardcover 8¼x5¾ [5/2009] for $17.96

Tim Daniel of Albuquerque, NM

Pursuit of Nobility book by Tim Daniel  
"The Pursuit of Nobility: Living A Life That Matters" [2010]
by Tim Daniel

Kindle Edition from Health Communications, Inc. [5/2010] for $21.95 {sic}
Health Communications, Inc. 8¾x6 hardcover [5/2010] for $15.99
official book site

Jerry R. Davis of Albuquerque, NM: books

Ray John de Aragón of Albuquerque, NM
browse booksWikipedia

eco-author William deBuys of El Valle, NM
browse booksofficial website
co-founder Valles Caldera Trust [est. 2001]

Climate Change and The Future of The American Southwest book by William deBuys   "A Great Aridness: Climate Change and The Future of The American Southwest" [2011] by William deBuys
Staggering population growth and the intensifying effects of climate change are driving the oasis-based society of the Southwest United States close to the brink of a Dust-Bowl-scale catastrophe.
Oxford Univ Press hardcover [11/2011] for $18.26

Stephen R. Donaldson of Corrales, NM
browse booksofficial websiteWikipedia

Stephen R. Donaldson entry at Internet Speculative Fiction Database

James D. Doss [1929-2012] lived in Taos, NM
browse booksentry at Wikipedia

Ute Indian cop Charlie Moon mysteries
series books

Alice Duncan of Roswell, New Mexico

Mercy Allcutt 1920s Hollywood mysteries

"Lost Among The Angels" [#1 Five Star]

"Angel's Flight" [#2 Five Star ]

"Fallen Angels" [#3 Five Star 2012] winner New Mexico-Arizona Book Award 2012

John Duncklee of Las Cruces, NM
browse booksofficial website

Martha Egan of Corrales, NM
browse bookspublisher Papalote Press

Melvin Eisenstadt of Corrales, NM
booksofficial website

Max Evans { of Albuquerque, NM } Page
at 'Readers of The Purple Sage' Western Bookstore

Elizabeth Fackler of Capitán, NM
all booksofficial website

Frank Farr of Jamestown (McKinley County), NM
all booksofficial website

eco-activist Doug Fine of Mimbres (Grant County), NM
browse booksofficial website

Edith Duven Flaherty of Bosque Farms, NM
booksauthor page

author-poet Mary Fogarty of Bosque Farms, NM

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historian & poet Nasario García, PhD of Santa Fe, New Mexico
browse booksofficial website

lots more info on Spirit of America Bookstore's Nasario Garcia Page

writer & editor Daniel B. Gibson of Santa Fe, NM
browse books at Amazonofficial website

Kevin Red Star Crow Indian Artist book by Daniel B. Gibson  "Kevin Red Star: Crow Indian Artist" [2014]
by Daniel B. Gibson, Photography by Kitty Leaken

Crow Indian Artist Kevin Red Star lives in Roberts, Montana
Kindle Edition from Gibbs Smith [5/2014] for $9.99
Gibbs Smith 11½x10 hardcover [8/2014] for $50.00

author-activist Chellis Glendinning of Chimayó, NM
browse bookshomepage

writer-teacher Natalie Goldberg of Taos, NM
browse booksofficial websiteWikipedia

Steven Gould of Albuquerque, NM
browse booksIMDb listingofficial websiteWikipedia

Steven Gould entry at Internet Speculative Fiction Database

his wife Laura J. Mixon
browse booksofficial website {under construction}Wikipedia

Laura J. Mixon entry at Internet Speculative Fiction Database

Melody Groves {aka Mesa Dean} of Albuquerque, NM
booksofficial website

Fred R. Harris of Albuquerque, NM
browse booksUNM homepage

Steven F. Havill of Raton, NM
all booksPosadas County mysteriesWikipedia

historical author Mary Lou Heaphy: official website

historian Jeff Hengesbaugh of Glorieta Pass, NM

Dennis Herrick lives north of Albuquerque, NM
browse all booksofficial website

Pueblo Mysteries from New Mexico collection by Dennis Herrick  "Pueblo Mysteries: Four Short Stories From New Mexico" [2012]
Four short stories originally available as 99¢ Kindle shorts; story titles: "The Ancestor" (2012), "Hunting Season" (won the 2004 Tony Hillerman Mystery Writing Contest), "Missing" (2011), and "The Woman With A Rain Pot" (2012)
Kindle Edition from Amazon Digital Services [11/2012] for 99¢ {sic}
CreateSpace 9x6 pb [11/2012] for $3.40 {sic}
Winter of The Metal People book by Dennis Herrick  "Winter of The Metal People: The Untold Story of America's First Indian War" [2013]
The Tiguex War of 1540-42 took place between the Coronado expedition's Spaniards and its Mexican Indian allies and the Pueblo Indians along the Rio Grande, between present-day Albuquerque and Santa Fe in New Mexico. The novel takes place from the Puebloan point of view, telling of a warrior who becomes the reluctanct war leader of several villages and manages to beat back the invaders.
Kindle Edition from Sunbury Press [6/2013] for $6.99
Sunbury Press 9x6 pb [6/2013] for $13.77

mystery author Tony Hillerman [1925-2008] Page
at 'Readers of The Purple Sage' Western Bookstore

Paul Horgan [1903-95]
published 40 books, won two Pulitzer Prizes for History
booksentry at Wikipedia

"A Distant Trumpet" [1951]
"Great River: The Rio Grande In North American History" [1954]
"Peter Hurd: A Portrait Sketch From Life"
"Lamy of Santa Fe" [1975]

Philip L. Hosford of Albuquerque, NM
booksUNM homepage

Jon Hovis of Rio Rancho, NM
browse booksofficial website

Allegra Huston of Taos, NM
browse booksofficial websitecredits at IMDbWikipedia

daughter of director John Huston [1906-87]
co-owner of Los Rios River Runners [est. 1978]
co-director of The Writing Salon [est. 2004]

Walter Willard 'Spud' Johnson [1897-1968] of Taos, NM
hired as secretary to Mabel Dodge Luhan in 1927 • Wikipedia {empty}

'Spud' Johnson Papers at UTexas at Austin
history of Laughing Horse [1922-39] at Davidson College, NC

Spud Johnson & Laughing Horse book by Sharyn Rohlfsen Udall  
"Spud Johnson & Laughing Horse" [1994] by Sharyn R. Udall
Author describes Johnson as "the aesthetic and intellectual conscience of Taos".
Sunstone Press 9x6 pb [5/2008] for $26.56
UNM Press 9x6 hardcover [4/94] out of print/used

Oliver La Farge [1901-63]
booksIMDb listingWikipedia

Oliver La Farge papers at UTX-Austin

D.H. Lawrence [1885-1930]
Lawrence and his wife Frieda lived in Taos, New Mexico from 1922-25, on the property of Mabel Dodge Luhan
browse bookscredits at IMDbBroadway creditsWikipedia

D.H. Lawrence Heritage pages on Broxtowe Borough Council, U.K. website
online D.H. Lawrence biography at University of Nottingham, U.K.
GG's U.K. D.H. Lawrence fansite

New Mexico-related Works
"St. Mawr and Other Stories" [1925]
"The Plumed Serpent" [1926]
"Mornings In Mexico" [1927]
"The Woman Who Rode Away and Other Stories" [1928]

"Lorenzo In Taos" [1932] by Mabel Dodge Luhan
"D.H. Lawrence In New Mexico" book [2006]

Lisa Lenard-Cook of Corrales, NM
browse booksofficial website

Jane Lindskold of Cedar Crest, NM
browse booksofficial website

Jane Lindskold entry at Internet Speculative Fiction Database

art critic/feminist/eco-activist Lucy R. Lippard
has lived in Galisteo, NM since 1992
browse booksWikipedia

Undermining / Land Use, Politics & Art book by Lucy R. Lippard  "Undermining: A Wild Ride Through Land Use, Politics, and Art In The Changing West" [2014] by Lucy R. Lippard
with 'more than two hundred gorgeous color images'
Kindle Edition from The New Press [4/2014] for $9.99
The New Press 8x6 pb [4/2014] for $16.71


Larry Lockridge of Cerrillos, NM
1994 bio of his father, Ross Jr.

Ross Lockridge, Jr. [1914-48] of Illinois
bookscredits at IMDb'Raintree County' websiteWikipedia

Janice Louise Long of Albuquerque, NM
browse booksofficial booksite

Dying The Right Way book by Janice Louise Long  "Dying The RIGHT Way: A System of Caregiving
& Planning For Families" [2010]
by Janice Louise Long

Morgan James Publng 9¼x7½ pb [7/2010] for $15.56

Sarah Lovett of Santa Fe, NM
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Mabel Dodge Luhan [1879-1962] Page
at Spirit of America Bookstore

Charles Fletcher Lummis [1859-1928] Page
at Spirit of America Bookstore

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Jo-Ann Mapson of Santa Fe, NM

Ernesto Antonio 'Tony' Mares [1938-2015] of Albuquerque, NM
Emeritus Professor at U.N.M. English Dept. + poet & playwright aka E.A. Mares
"Conversations I Never Had With Patrociño Barela" poetry [Univ of New Mexico Press 2010]
"Río del Corazón" poetry [April 2011]

musical stageplay "Lola's Last Dance" [1979]
https://www.amazon.com/Lolas-Last-Dance-Play-Mares/dp/B011ARHV7G/ [1989]

George R.R. Martin of Santa Fe, NM
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George R.R. Martin entry at Internet Speculative Fiction Database

purchased by scifi author George R.R. Martin 4/2013, to be restored  Jean Cocteau Cinema {closed April 2006; reopened 2014} in Downtown Santa Fe, NM

author-activist Demetria Martinez
booksofficial website

Block Captain's Daughter novel by Demetria Martinez  "The Block Captain's Daughter" [2012] by Demetria Martinez
Guadalupe entered the United States from Mexico illegally, and is now a waitress living in Albuquerque's South Valley and newly pregnant. She is also the new block captain of Sunflower Street, in charge of raising awareness of safety in her neighborhood. Her campaign platform is 'God helps those who help themselves'.
Kindle Edition from Univ Oklahoma Press [8/2012] for $9.99
Univ Oklahoma Press 8x5 pb [8/2012] for $11.66

author Robert Mayer of Santa Fe, NM
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rancher-author-poet Deanna Dickinson McCall of Timberon (Otero County), New Mexico
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"Rough Patches: Stories" [6/2015] by Deanna Dickinson McCall

Pulitzer Prize winner Cormac McCarthy of Tesuque (Santa Fe County), NM
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Cormac McCarthy Society [est. 1995]
DC's Cormac McCarthy unofficial site

mystery author Michael McGarrity { of Santa Fe, NM } Page
at 'Readers of The Purple Sage' Western Bookstore

Prof. Kevin McIlvoy at N.M.S.U.
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poet & radio host Don McIver of Albuquerque, NM
booksofficial website

playwright & teacher Mark Medoff of Las Cruces, NM
booksBroadway creditscredits at IMDbofficial websiteWikipedia

employed as Artistic Director at N.M.S.U.'s Creative Media Institute

historian Prof. Richard A. Melzer, PhD
browse booksboard member H.S.N.M. (2015)
fulltime on CHESS faculty at U.N.M.-Valencia {no homepage}

Breakdown / Secret of the Atomic Bomb book by Richard Melzer, PhD  "Breakdown: How The Secret of The Atomic Bomb Was Stolen" [1999]
by Richard Melzer, PhD

Sunstone Press 8½x5¼ pb [12/99] for $16.95
Civilian Conservation Corps in New Mexico book by Richard Melzer  "Coming of Age In The Great Depression: The Civilian Conservation Corps In New Mexico" [2000] by Richard Melzer
Yucca Tree Press 9½x6½ hardcover [4/2000] out of print/used
color headshot photograph of Richard A. Melzer of Valencia County, New Mexico  "Valencia County, New Mexico: History Through the Photographer's Lens" [2002] by Margaret Espinosa McDonald & Richard Melzer
Donning hardcover [12/2002] out of print/scarce
Images of America Fred Harvey Houses of the Southwest book by Richard Melzer   "Images of America: Fred Harvey Houses of The Southwest" [2008]
by Richard Melzer

Arcadia Publng 9x6½ pb [11/2008] for $14.95

Harvey House Restaurants Page at 'Readers of The Purple Sage' Bookstore

Fred Harvey Houses of the Southwest postcard packet by Richard Melzer  "Fred Harvey Houses of The Southwest" packet of 15 postcards [2008]
by Richard Melzer

Arcadia Publng looseleaf postcards [11/2008] for $7.99
Sunshine & Shadows in New Mexico's Past book edited by Richard Melzer  "Sunshine & Shadows In New Mexico's Past: The Spanish Colonial & Mexican Periods, 1540-1848" [2010]
Edited with an Introduction by Richard Melzer

Rio Grande Books 9x6 pb [3/2010] for $13.83
Sunshine & Shadows in New Mexico's Past book edited by Richard Melzer  "Sunshine & Shadows In New Mexico's Past: The U.S. Territorial Period, 1848‑1912" [2011] Edited with an Introduction by Richard Melzer
Rio Grande Books 9x6 pb [3/2011] for $14.78
Sunshine & Shadows in New Mexico's Past book edited by Richard Melzer  "Sunshine & Shadows In New Mexico's Past: The Statehood Period,
1912-Present" [2012] Edited with an Introduction by Richard Melzer

winner New Mexico-Arizona Book Award 2012
Rio Grande Books 9x6 pb [2/2012] for $19.95
New Mexico, Celebrating The Land of Enchantment book by Richard Melzer  "New Mexico: Celebrating The Land of Enchantment" [2011]
by Richard Melzer

A pictorial celebration of New Mexico’s history and landscape - an official product of the state’s centennial celebration; winner New Mexico-Arizona Book Award 2012
Gibbs Smith 10x9 hardcover [10/2011] for $29.59
True Tales of the Rio Abajo book edited by Richard Melzer & John Taylor  "A River Runs Through Us: True Tales of The Rio Abajo" [2015]
Edited by Richard Melzer & John Taylor

Rio Grande Books 9x6 pb [4/2015] for $21.95

Carolyn Meyer of Albuquerque, NM
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Rio Grande Stories book by Carolyn Meyer  "Rio Grande Stories" [ages 10 & up; 1994] by Carolyn Meyer
28 linked tales; the frame is an elementary school class deciding to raise money by writing stories and selling them as a book; the fictional students are a mix of heritages (as is common in New Mexico).
H.M.H. Books for Young Readers mass pb [6/94] for $6.99
Gulliver/Harcourt 7x4½ hardcover [6/94] out of print/many used
Diary of a Waitress novel by Carolyn Meyer  "Diary of A Waitress: The Not-So-Glamorous Life of A Harvey Girl"
[ages 10 & up; 2015 novel] by Carolyn Meyer

Set in 1926; reports by teenage Kitty Evans of the trials and adventures of herself and fellow Harvey Girls Cordelia and Emmy.
Kindle Edition from Calkins Creek [4/2015] for $7.99
Calkins Creek 8¼x5¾ hardcover [4/2015] for $13.43

Victor Milán of Albuquerque, NM
also writes under several pseudonyms, including Westerns as J.D. Hardin & Jake Logan
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Victor Milán entry at Internet Speculative Fiction Database

John J. Miller
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John J. Miller entry at Internet Speculative Fiction Database

Jonathan Miller: books

Kiowa author N. Scott Momaday of Jémez Springs, NM
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Buffalo Trust bio page

David Morrell of Santa Fe, NM
wrote the 'Rambo' novels {made into movies} and 30 other books
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New Mexico political blogger Joe Monahan

Sean Murphy of Taos, NM
booksofficial website

Pati Nagle of Albuquerque, NM
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writing as P.G. Nagle
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Antonya Nelson
Nelson and her husband novelist Robert Boswell live in Houston, TX and Telluride, CO and Las Cruces, NM
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Vaunda Micheaux Nelson of Rio Rancho, New Mexico
browse books • no entry at IMDb • Wikipedia
Employed as a youth services librarian at the public library in Rio Rancho,
where she lives with her husband; ten of her books are listed at Amazon

No Crystal Stair novel biography by Vaunda Micheaux Nelson  "No Crystal Stair: A Documentary Novel of The Life and Work of
Lewis Micheaux" [YA 2012]
by Vaunda Micheaux Nelson, Illustrated by R. Gregory Christie

Author often visited her great-uncle Lewis H. Micheaux at his famous bookstore in Harlem;
she spent 15 years researching his life among family members, friends, and libraries.

Kindle Edition from Carolrhoda Lab [12/2011] for $9.99
Carolrhoda Books 10x7 hardcover [2/2012] for $13.10

John Nichols lives in Taos, New Mexico
official websiteentry at Wikipedia
Three books by John Nichols are being re-issued in 2014: "American Blood", "Conjugal Bliss", and "Elegy For September"

"The Sterile Cuckoo" [1965]
"The Wizard of Loneliness" [1966]

The Milagro Beanfield War 1974 novel by John Nichols  "The Milagro Beanfield War" [1974]
Farmer Joe Mondragon is fed up with restrictions on watering his fields, so one day he slams his battered pickup truck to a stop, tugs on his gumboots, and illegally taps into the main irrigation channel.
Ballantine Books mass pb [2/87] out of print/170+ used
Owl Books 8¼x5¾ pb [2/2000] for $12.92
Henry Holt & Co. 9½x6½ hardcover [2/94] out of print/used
The Magic Journey 1978 novel by John Nichols   "The Magic Journey" [1978]
The Southwestern village of Chamisaville is gripped by the Great Depression; when a bus loaded with stolen dynamite explodes and opens a gushing hot spring, boom times soon arrive, but not for everyone . . .
Ballantine Books mass pb [4/83] out of print/130+ used
Holt 8½x5½ pb [2/2000] for $16.41
Holt, Rinehart & Winston 9½x6 hardcover [1978] out of print/used
The Nirvana Blues 1981 novel by John Nichols   "The Nirvana Blues: A Novel" [1981]
The village of Chamisaville is gone, but family man Joe Miniver decides to sink his roots deeper by buying a farm; he embarks on a cocaine scam and gets entangled in erotic adventures with three headstrong women . . .
Ballantine Books mass pb [4/83] out of print/150+ used
Holt 8½x5½ pb [2/2000] for $20.25
Henry Holt & Co. 9½x6½ hardcover [6/81] out of print/100+ used
John Nichols's "New Mexico Trilogy" Box Set [1987]
Ballantine Books 3 mass pbs in slipcover [11/87] - overpriced!

writer Sharon Niederman of Raton, NM
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New Mexico Farm Table Cookbook by Sharon Niederman  "The New Mexico Farm Table Cookbook: 100 Homegrown Recipes From The Land of Enchantment" [2015] by Sharon Niederman, Photographs by Kitty Leaken
Kindle Edition from Countryman Press [5/2015] for $9.99
Countryman Press 10x8 pb [5/2015] for $13.30

author / philosopher / revolutionary
G.E. Nordell of Rio Communities, NM

official websitedetective novelsweblog {est. 10/2005}

Working Minds Philosophy of Empowerment
Meaning & Purpose website
Reason-Based Taxation website
United Federation of Indentured Servants website

"Backlot Requiem" novel by G.E. Nordell  "Backlot Requiem: A Rick Walker Mystery" [March 2005] by G.E. Nordell
When a long-buried body is discovered at National Pictures Studios, private investigator Rick Walker is called in to identify it. His investigation leads to a thirty-year-old murder case, a dying film director and his wild daughters, a legendary film star of the Silent Era, local gangsters, and a very discreet love affair.
iUniverse 9x6 hardcover [3/2005] for $22.95 at Amazon
iUniverse 9x6 pb [3/2005] for $12.95 at Amazon
Kindle Edition from Amazon [7/2011] for $9.95
also on sale at Amazon Canada, U.K., France, Germany & Japan
click here for excerptCroatian-language edition

author-artist Albert Noyer of Sandia Park, NM
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poet Simon J. Ortiz: browse books
recommended by author Rudolfo Anaya as an author for essential study about New Mexico

Jake Page [1936-2016] lived in Corrales, NM and later in Lyons, Colorado
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blind sculptor T. Moore 'Mo' Bowdre of Santa Fe, New Mexico mysteries

writer & filmmaker Jacques Paisner of Santa Fe, NM
credits on IMDb

Albuquerque Blues stories & plays by Jacques Paisner  
"Albuquerque Blues: Short Fiction & Plays" [2007]
by Jacques Paisner

TouchArt Books 9x6 hardcover [2/2007] for $21.95
MySpace bookpage
Rejection 2009 independent film by Jacques Paisner  "Rejection" [indep Feb 2009]
A bloody soap opera of skateboard punks and love-crazy waitresses in Santa Fe and Taos, New Mexico. Written, produced & directed by Jacques Paisner; starring Raoul Paisner, David Moore, Noelani Sing, Ana Martinez, Gary Farmer, Anthony Chavez, Janelle Guzman, Ethan Herzog, Gemini Kline & Natalia Mendez
video/DVD not yet available; full credits at IMDb

Jeffrey B. Paul of Albuquerque, NM

Inside Politics In America / View From The Outside book by Jeffrey B. Paul  
"Inside Politics In America: A View From The Outside [2009]
by Jeffrey B. Paul

official booksite

YA author Gary Paulsen
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Dr. Richard E. Peck of Placitas, NM
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Abe Peña of Grants, NM
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Elaine Pinkerton of Santa Fe, NM
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writer & editor Charles C. Poling
Su Casa Southwestern Magazine

author Lesley Poling-Kempes lives in Abiquiu (Rio Arriba County), NM
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Harvey Girls  "The Harvey Girls: Women Who Opened The West" [1989]
by Lesley Poling-Kempes

Treasure Chest 9x6 pb [9/91] for $10.17
Paragon House 9x6 pb [9/91] out of print/used
Paragon House hardcover [11/89] out of print/used
Ladies of the Canyons book by Lesley Poling-Kempes  "Ladies of The Canyons: A League of Extraordinary Women and Their Adventures In The American Southwest" [2015] by Lesley Poling-Kempes
Featured Arizona & New Mexico women include Mary Austin, Willa Cather, Natalie Curtis, Alice Corbin Henderson, Alice Klauber, Mabel Dodge Luhan, Carol Stanley, Louisa Wade Wetherill, and Mary Cabot Wheelwright
Kindle Edition from Univ Arizona Press [9/2015] for $13.99
Univ Arizona Press 9x6 pb [9/2015] for $19.43

Lisa Polisar of Albuquerque, NM
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author Douglas Preston of Santa Fe, NM
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Preston's Authors United non-profit [est. 2014] took action
against Amazon's suppression of Hachette authors (8/2014)

author Jack Purcell of Placitas, NM
browse booksNine Lives Press in Placitas, NM {website parked 2014}

cowboy humorist Slim Randles of Albuquerque, NM
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Ol' Max Evans: The First Thousand Years book by Slim Randles  
"Ol' Max Evans: The First Thousand Years" [2004]
by Slim Randles

Univ New Mexico Press 9½x6¼ hardcover [9/2004] for $17.24
Sun Dog Days  "Sun Dog Days" [2006] by Slim Randles
"... filled with quick wit and earthy insight." — Max Evans
Univ NM Press 8x5½ pb [3/2007] for $12.89
Univ NM Press 8¼x5¾ hardcover [3/2006] for $18.96

"Sweetgrass Mornings" [Univ NM Press 2010] /0826349269/
won 2011 New Mexico Book Award for Biography

"A Cowboy's Guide To Growing Up Right" [Rio Grande Books 2011] /1890689912/
won 2011 New Mexico Book Award for Self=help

"Home Country: Drama, Dreams, and Laughter From America's Heartland"
[Rio Grande Books 2/2012] /1936744031/
winner New Mexico-Arizona Book Award 2012

"Saddle Up: A Cowboy Guide To Writing" [1/2014]
by Slim Randles, Introduction by George Cornell, Foreword by Max Evans

James Reich
moved from England to New Mexico in 2009; currently a faculty member at Santa Fe University of Art & Design [est. 1859]

"I, Judas" [9/2011] by James Reich ISBN: 9781593764210
"Bombshell: A Novel" [7/2013] by James Reich ISBN: 9781593765132
"Mistah Kurtz! A Prelude To Heart of Darkness" [3/2016] ISBN: 9780990573364   5/2016

author Eugene Manlove Rhodes [1869-1934] Page
at 'Readers of The Purple Sage' Western Bookstore

John Maddox Roberts
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John Maddox Roberts entry at Internet Speculative Fiction Database

Roman Senator Decius / S.P.Q.R. series
series books {English & German}Wikipedia

Lois Ruby of Albuquerque, NM
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Mother Jones and the Colorado Coal Field War book by Lois Ruby  "Strike! Mother Jones and The Colorado Coal Field War" [2012]
by Lois Ruby

Kindle Edition from Filter Press [9/2012] for $6.99
Filter Press 8½x5½ pb [9/2012] for $8.95
Filter Press 8½x5¾ hardcover [9/2012] for $17.95

Penny Rudolph [d. 2014] of Albuquerque, NM
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Sharman Apt Russell of Silver City, NM
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{Patricia} P.B. Ryan of Las Cruces, NM
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sci-fi author Fred Saberhagen [1930-2007] of Albuquerque, NM
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historian Lucinda Lucero Sachs of Albuquerque, NM
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"Clyde Tingley's New Deal For New Mexico, 1935-1938" [] from Sunstone Press

Believe In The Wind novel by Lucinda Lucero Sachs  
"Believe In The Wind: A Novel" [2014]
Sunstone Press 9x6 pb [4/2014] for $24.26

cartoonist Jason Salas of Las Cruces, NM
'Perk At Work' weekly comic strip {online since 10/2008}
his latest work "Coffee Break Stories" is not yet available at Amazon (6/2015)

Robert Bruce Salter
Chamisa Dreams  
"Chamisa Dreams: A Novel" [1994]
by R.B. Salter

An archeologist new to the Navajo Nation is surprised by the reality of
reservation life, and by death in the shadow of corporate uranium mining.

Sunstone Press 8¼x5¼ pb [11/94] for $12.95

outdoor writer John G. 'Jack' Samson [1922-2007] of Santa Fe, NM
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poet Tony Sanchez

Poetry of New Mexico  
"The Poetry of New Mexico" [2007]
by T. Sanchez

iUniverse 8¾x6 pb [8/2007] for $9.95

historian Joe Sando [1923-2011] of Jemez Pueblo
"Pueblo Nations: Eight Centuries of Pueblo Indian History" []
"Nee Hemish: A History of Jemez Pueblo" []

poet Joe Ray Sandoval of Chimayó, NM
official websiteIMDb listing

mystery author Walter Satterthwait of Santa Fe, NM
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Virginia Scharff of U.N.M. and Albuquerque, NM
all booksmysteries as Virginia Swift

poet Winfield Townley Scott

Connie Shelton of Angel Fire, NM
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history & outdoor author Hampton Sides of Santa Fe, NM
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attorney & mystery author Hal F. Simmons lives in Albuquerque, NM
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"Deadly Gold" mystery novel [3/2002]
A newsman relocates from the big city to a small Colorado mountain town with the desire to own a weekly paper.

"Magic Lance: A Novel - Mystery & Adventure In The New West" [8/2008]
The Grey Piñon Tribe is using casino profits to buy up all the ranches in the area ...

"Out of Sight" [5/2014] by Art Schreiber, as told to Hal Simmons

"Final Act" mystery novel [5/2016] by Hal Simmons
A con man, an opera singer, and a religious mystic come to Santa Fe in pursuit of treasure, fame, and blue skies.

historian Marc Simmons: books

writes a weekly column for the Santa Fe New Mexican newspaper [on Saturday, 2009]

cowboy author John L. Sinclair [1902-93]
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Susan Slater of Albuquerque, NM
all booksofficial website

Melinda M. Snodgrass of Santa Fe County, NM
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Melinda Snodgrass entry at Internet Speculative Fiction Database

Tom Spurgeon of Silver City, NM
booksComics Reporter website

Lynn Stegner of Santa Fe, NM
booksofficial website {redirect}

S.M. Stirling of Santa Fe, NM
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S.M. Stirling entry at Internet Speculative Fiction Database

anthropologist David E. Stuart of U.N.M. and Albuquerque, NM
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gallery owner Mark Sublette of Santa Fe, NM
Mark Sublette's Medicine Man Gallery on Canyon Road in Santa Fe, NM

Paint by Numbers mystery novel by Mark Sublette  "Paint By Numbers: A Charles Bloom Murder Mystery" [2012]
by Mark Sublette, Illustrated by Francis Livingston

Gallery owner Charles Bloom's best-known artist, the young Native American Willard Yellowhorse dies under suspicious circumstances in New York City. The question of what happened won't go away, so Bloom looks to the Navajo Reservation for answers, putting himself in harm's way versus the evil coyote spirit {witch} that killed Willard.
Kindle Edition from Just Me Publng [6/2012] for $5.99
self-publd hardcover [2016] for $24.95 + $3.99 s/h

http://www.amazon.com/Kayenta-Crossing-Charles-Murder-Mystery-ebook/dp/B00CLHILME/ [#2 = 11/2013]
http://www.amazon.com/Hidden-Canyon-Charles-Murder-Mystery-ebook/dp/B00GWZKLDS/ [#3 = 11/2013]
http://www.amazon.com/Stone-Men-Charles-Murder-Mystery-ebook/dp/B00LV97HI2/ [#4 = 7/2014]
http://www.amazon.com/Butterfly-Twins-Charles-Murder-Mystery-ebook/dp/B01D6RU3F0/ [#5 = 4/2016]
http://www.amazon.com/Between-White-Lines-Mark-Sublette-ebook/dp/B011APBPJS/ [7/2015]

historian Ferenc Morton Szasz [1940-2010]
of U.N.M. and Albuquerque, NM


Day the Sun Rose Twice  "The Day The Sun Rose Twice: The Story of The Trinity Site Nuclear
Explosion, July 16, 1945" [1984] by Ferenc Morton Szasz

Univ NM Press 9x6 pb [7/95] for $12.89
Univ NM Press hardcover [12/84] out of print/used
Larger Than Life / New Mexico  "Larger Than Life: New Mexico In The Twentieth Century" [2006]
by Ferenc M. Szasz

Univ NM Press 9x6¾ pb [4/2006] for $14.92

mystery author Pari Noskin Taichert of Albuquerque, NM
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Sasha Solomon mystery series official website

Margaret Tessler of Albuquerque, NM
booksofficial website

Aimée & David Thurlo of Corrales, NM
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Aimée & David Thurlo Page at BlackHat Mystery Bookstore

author Loyd Spencer Tireman [1896–1959] of Albuquerque, NM
a pioneer in bilingual and community education; was a professor of elementary education at the University of New Mexico from 1927 to 1959.
browse all books at Amazon • no entry at Wikipedia

illustrator Ralph Douglass [1895-1971] of Albuquerque, NM
moved to Albuquerque in 1929 and was a professor in the Department of Art at the University of New Mexico from 1929 to 1971.
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The Mesaland Series [ages 4-8; UNM Press 1943 to 1949]
the first children’s book series issued by a university press in the United States

"Baby Jack and Jumping Jack Rabbit" [#1 = 1943]

"Hop-a-long" [#2 = 1944]

"Dumbee" [#3 = 1945]

"Cocky [#4 = 1946]

"Big Fat [#5 = 1947] 978-0-8263-5605-5

"Quills" [#6 = 1948]

"3 Toes" [#7 = 1949]
http://www.amazon.com/3-Toes-Mesaland-Loyd-Tireman/dp/0826356109/ [12/2015]

Lowell Tollefson of Tomé (Valencia County), NM
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Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez
booksofficial websiteblog

mystery author Judith Van Gieson of Albuquerque, NM
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partner in ABQ Press [est. 2005] in Rio Rancho, NM

Robert E. Vardeman of Albuquerque, NM
booksofficial website

Robert E. Vardeman entry at Internet Speculative Fiction Database

Sara Voorhees of Corrales, NM
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Sage Walker
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Sage Walker entry at Internet Speculative Fiction Database

Frank Waters [1902-95] of Arroyo Seco, New Mexico

The Man Who Killed The Deer novel by Frank Waters  
"The Man Who Killed The Deer: A Novel of Pueblo Indian Life" [1942]
recommended by author Rudolfo Anaya as an essential study book about New Mexico
Swallow Press / Ohio Univ 8½x6 pb [1989] for $10.26
Pocket mass pb [12/84] out of print/120+ used
Ohio Univ Press 8x5¼ hardcover [6/42] out of print/used
"The Woman At Otowi Crossing" [1965]

Gerald M. Weinberg of Albuquerque, NM
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writer-activist Dave Wheelock of Socorro, NM

William H. White of Sierra County, NM
William H. White has written many books on treasure-hunting, and is now writing fiction as well
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Treasure of San Miguel Island novel by William H. White  "The Treasure of San Miguel Island" [2009]
Finding themselves unemployed, treasure hunters Carl Webb and Jack Morgan embark on an exploration of the wrecked ships among the Channel Islands off the California coast that quickly becomes life-threatening.
Kindle Edition from Eloquent Books [2/2011] for $8.28
Strategic Book Publng 9x6 pb [6/2011] for $8.72
Eloquent Books 9x6 hardcover [12/2009] for $23.67
Pancho Villa Treasure novel by William H. White  "The Pancho Villa Treasure of the Guadalupe Mountains" [2013]
Before the turn of the XXth Century, Pancho Villa and his faithful lieutenant Leonardo Regaldo took possession of a massive treasure that was stolen from the Mexican people by the despot dictator Porfirio. In the mid-1980's, unwitting treasure hunters Carl Webb and Jack Morgan get entangled in a situation that soon becomes a deadly contest.
ABQ Press 9x6 pb [8/2013] for $14.33
ABQ Press 9x6 hardcover [10/2013] for $22.68

sci-fi author Walter Jon Williams of Belén, NM
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Walter Jon Williams entry at Internet Speculative Fiction Database

Jack Williamson [1908-2006] of Portales, NM
"The Dean of Science Fiction"
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Jack Williamson Library at E.N.M.U.
Jack Williamson entry at Internet Speculative Fiction Database

Summer Wood
browse books • no entry on Wikipedia

"Arroyo" [] /0811836827/
"Raising Wrecker: A Novel" [DUE Sept 2012] /160819972X/

sci-fi author Roger Zelazny [1937-95] of Santa Fe, NM
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Roger Zelazny entry at Internet Speculative Fiction Database

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