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Anita Rodríquez bears down on local life

“If I were to go outside and stuff the dirt from this place in my mouth, it would be sweet,” says Anita Otilla Rodríguez. The enjarradora (master mud plasterer), author, painter … more

Second time around

The working styles and perspective on their own mortality could not be more divergent between the authors John Nichols and Natalie Goldberg.Nichols is nocturnal. He "comes alive at … more

Sacred stories

'There are some people you meet in history that you just can't forget. For me, and my 7-year old mind, it was Crazy Horse." So says William Hart McNichols, affectionately known as … more

Oldie but goodie

Treacherous acts, ruthless characters, and a mystery peeled away in layers like an onion. What better way to warm up on a cold winter’s evening than with such a read? more

Reading rainbow

SOMOS is celebrating “November Prose Month.” The month’s events so far have included workshops from writers Johanna DeBiase and Sean Murphy, and readings from David Pérez, Andres Vargas. Anita Rodríguez, Steve Fox, Lauren Bjorkman, Estelle Laure and Eileen Wiard. more

Creative writing out loud

November is Prose Month. To celebrate, the Society of the Muse of the Southwest (SOMOS) is presenting its first celebration of the occasion with nine evenings of prose readings by 20 different writers and three consecutive Saturday workshops on the craft of prose writing and performance. more

Catching the wild poet

Since 1990, New Mexico poet Jim Harris and Canadian poet Glen Sorestad have made an annual fishing pilgrimage to Jan Lake along the Saskatchewan border of Manitoba, Canada. The two authors recently collaborated on a book of poetry titled “Water and Rock: Fish and Friends in the Boreal Forest.” more

Artist to entrepreneur

The new book by Taos artist and author Mandy Stapleford, titled “From Artistic to Entrepreneur, Turn Your Creativity Into a Thriving Online Business Using the Etsy Platform,” has just been released. more

Learning from loss

Inside, we are still children. It doesn’t matter how mature we are in years. We may have put away our toys and moved on to “adulting,” but inside, we are still the children who need help tying our shoes, reaching the top shelf and figuring out what it all means. more
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