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Governor, state of New Mexico commemorate Juneteenth, Heinrich: Big win for Small, New Mexico, MVD ends automatic issuance of temporary license extensions, New Mexico bumped up to 49th in the nation in child well-being

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Susan Mihalic has worked as a book editor, curriculum writer, writing instructor and freelance writer. She has also taught therapeutic horseba…

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Susan Mihalic's first novel -- recently picked up by Scout Press, an imprint of Simon & Schuster Inc., and scheduled for a September 1 release -- took several years before anyone decided to take a chance on it. Given, it was a debut, and while Mihalic is an experienced writer and editor, agents still fell by the wayside time after time. Some, after asking the Taos resident to cut 100 pages or so for a rewrite.

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Humorist, author and Las Vegas resident Jim Terr reads from Howard Bryan's classic history of the West. Courtesy photo

These days Las Vegas, New Mexico, is known primarily as a college town and also the production site of the now-canceled Netflix TV series "Longmire." But during its early era as a frontier town, it was a place of random killing sprees, gunfights and barroom brawls, cattle rustling, stagecoach robberies and vigilante justice.

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Author Erika T. Wurth is of Apache, Chickasaw and Cherokee heritage. She teaches creative writing at Western Illinois University. Her other pu…

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In her second novel, Erika T. Wurth writes deeply from the perspectives of Native American drug dealers, junkies and murderers. Courtesy illustration

Erika T. Wurth's newest novel, "You Who Enter Here," is not your typical New Mexico story. There are no farmers or curanderas, no historical figures or famous artists. There are no scenic backdrops with rivers and mountains and old adobe homes.