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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. more
SOMOS-sponsored Prose Month is not losing any steam as it moves into its third weekend of multiple nights of readings by regional authors. more
Our vast world is populated with numerous diverse cultures. A lifetime of travel would not be enough to see them all. But some people are born to travel and seek out experiences and knowledge that only traversing the globe can provide. more
Everyone loves a good story — one that makes us shiver in our skin, laugh out loud or cry. A good story reminds us of our baggage and blessings. We feel it in our bones ... more
There's a definite change in the air and it's not just the weather. The creative winds are whipping up in Taos this week with the opening of The Paseo art expo and next week with ... more
Jamie Bernstein explores the good and bad effects of having a famous father in her memoir, “Famous Father Girl: A Memoir of Growing Up Bernstein.” more
The mountains above El Valle amass columns of clouds, but in a low-lying pasture near the home of author William deBuys, 70, four horses graze peacefully, oblivious to the … more
For the past 17 years, Laura Paskus has worked as an environmental journalist. Her job is to pay attention to water, forests, climate change and energy issues in New Mexico. She is … more
Taos writer John Nichols remembers first meeting Phaedra Greenwood. "I drove up to my old-new house and found this woman sitting there in my driveway playing her guitar. She … more
Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o has lived an extraordinary life. In his 81 years, he has been internationally acclaimed as a writer, playwright, activist and educator. He has also endured … more
Francisco Cantú has written a memoir on immigration that will kick the legs out from underneath you. more
“Yá’át’ééh sha’ ałchíní. Shí éí Erica Elliott yinishyé. Nisha? Haash yinilyé? The words mean, ‘Hello my children. My name is Erica Elliott. And you? What is your name?’” more
Jim Kristofic has written four books. His latest, “Medicine Women: The Story of the First Native American Nursing School,” is a detailed history tracing the story of Ganado Mission on the Navajo Indian ... more
There is a secret fiesta going on in the wildwood, and you are invited. more
With the last few blasts of winter and St. Paddy's day blowing through Taos this week, there's a lot to do while staying warm and cozy. What follows ... more
You’re having a book launch Tuesday (March 12) at Studio 107B. What’s the title of the book and what’s it about? more
With the weather gradually warming, the anticipation is growing for all sorts of music and entertainment possibilities in Taos ... more
Folktales are stories by the people for the people, passed down from generation to generation. In … more
This is a town that cherishes its holiday traditions. Since 1992, one of the most deeply loved of these traditions has been an annual show by legendary Taos Pueblo composer, musician, … more
John Biscello's newest novel, Nocturne Variations, is exactly what the title promises, a dreamy narrative landscape bursting with a lyrical kaleidoscope of sights, sounds and perspectives. more
One of the greatest pleasures in life is finding your passion and following it. Falling in love with something and pursuing it with all your heart can transform a life from mundane to extraordinary. more
Tempo, of course, will be focusing on coverage of holiday themed events starting this week. But that doesn't mean there's a lot of other things happening ... more
"There There" was published in June and immediately appeared on The New York Times Bestsellers List that same month. When a debut novel debuts on the Bestsellers List, the literary world takes notice. more
Author Michael McGarrity said, "In 1982, after I left a position as supervisor of a program for seriously mentally ill patients, I took the summer off and started writing just to see if I had what it took to tell a story. It turned into a hobby." more
The Society of the Muse of the Southwest (SOMOS) commemorates prose writing in November with workshops, readings and a party. According to the organization's website, the writing … more
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