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Spoofing on his father’s “goofy Irishness” takes a serious turn in this 10-round limerick lament aimed at something like a Father Confessor — aka God — by a self-described coroner narrator who has “seen more than [his] share of unembalmed stiffs.” The narrator, an aging regular guy sinner like the rest of us, ...

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‘Seeing Through the Eyes of Others’ By Andrea M. Heckman Stone Corral Press (2021) “The best photo is the one taken when the camera seemingly ceases to exist and what remains is only …

If you're ever lost in the wilderness in Navajo country and in need of a rescue or a guide, author Jim Kristofic might be the man to call. In his new memoir, "Reservation Restless," a follow-up to "Navajos Wear Nikes," Kristofic as narrator is a wilderness superhero, cultural anachronism, snake charmer, life saver, cowboy, MacGyver and sage.

In the first part: During her grandmother’s funeral, the narrator wonders what her family life was like in Cuba and listens to her mother and aunt talk about it. In the second part, the …

At a rally in Santa Fe on Monday, Elena Ortiz stood among a crowd of 1,500 people in the city's historic Plaza in a show of solidarity with the people …

Authors of this week’s books are men with interesting experiences, imagined and real. The Annual Big Arsenic Fishing Contest! Shoot, John Nichols has written one funny novel, well, until towards the end, but that’s intentional. The …

This week’s The Write Stuff column reviews three slim books. In the first, a man makes deliberate preparations for his death. Then, in the other two, an artist shares his caricatures of celebrities and a teen is inspired to discover his Hispanic …