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The Taos Storytelling Festival has become an annual favorite for storytellers and lovers of stories.

The 21st Annual Taos Storytelling Festival, presented by the Society of the Muse of the Southwest (SOMOS), will take place the weekend of Oct. 9-10. Like most such events in this uncertain world, it will be presented via Zoom.

A memoir workshop in town that transitioned to online meetings on Zoom after the coronavirus pandemic ended the possibility of continuing face-to-face meetings unwittingly created a new virtual model for future workshops and classes offered by the Society of the Muse of the Southwest.

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Prose Month curator and workshop leader Johanna DeBiase is the author of fabulist novella 'Mama & the Hungry Hole' (Wordcraft of Oregon, 2…

The third workshop in the Prose Month series is titled "The Power of the Dark Side: Creating the Perfect Adversary." It will be given Saturday (Nov. 16), from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the SOMOS Salon, 108 Civic Plaza Drive. The fee to participate is $45; $40 for SOMOS members.

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A tireless environmentalist, political commentator and observer of the vagaries of human experience, Taos author John Nichols will be reading …

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Pat Pollard is a photographer and painter who in 1990 set aside her visual art to write a memoir, 'Long Time Lost,' which was published by Nig…

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Marlayna Glynn Brown has edited and written over 40 published books, including her memoir 'Overlay: One Girl's Life in 1970s Las Vegas.' Court…

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John Biscello's poetry book, 'Houses of a Crystal Muse,' a collaboration with Antoinette Nora Claypoole, will be published by Wild Embers Pres…

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Acclaimed oral historian and folklorist Nasario García's 'Hoe, Heaven and Hell: My Boyhood in Rural New Mexico' won Best Autobiography at the …