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Between the end of November and mid-December of 1950, United Nations troops under the command of Gen. Douglas MacArthur, including those of the United States Marines' highly revered … more
The University of New Mexico-Taos will host Joe Hayes, award-winning author and a nationally recognized teller of bilingual Spanish-English stories that draw from Hispanic, Native American and Anglo cultures. more
The third annual Taos Writers Conference, hosted by the Society of the Muse of the Southwest, is robust, including a selection of five one-day intensives on Friday (July 12). On … more
The characters are always morphing. While their names and personalities might stay relatively the same, everything else about them changes from their occupations to their sexual proclivities to... more
It has been a harrowing several years of drought in Northern New Mexico, a time that has posed concerns for our farms, our national forests and our ski resorts. Mother Nature can't be … more
"An epic poem is a long, narrative poem that is usually about heroic deeds and events that are significant to the culture of the poet. Many ancient writers used epic poetry to tell tales of intense adventures and heroic feats." 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
Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, Susan B. Anthony, Mohandas Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, César Chavez, Elie Wiesel, Harvey Milk and Gloria Steinem are all names you may be familiar with because they … more
Step out of the 21st century and into the timeless world of rubies, diamonds, amethysts and pearls with local author Cheríe Burns, biographer of Taos' very own fairytale … more
Bullying in a school environment is often carried out in secret far from the watchful eyes of teachers and parents. It is carried out on the playground, a school bus or in bathrooms … 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
“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
Recording the entire span of one's life is generally referred to as an autobiography, whereas a memoir serves to answer one fundamental life question and only covers those events that pertain to that … more
Our readers know Ellen Wood thanks to her monthly column, where she writes about a wide range of topics, from practical antiaging tips to the law of attraction. Some may also know that she is an … more
Heather Hoeksema, architect turned author and musician, is on the road in her Airstream and will be visiting Taos this weekend for a music event Saturday (Feb. 2), 7-9 p.m., at … more
The Society of the Muse of the Southwest was founded in 1983 to support the literary arts in a town better known for painting and sculpture. After 36 years, SOMOS is more vital and active than ever ... more
Rudolfo Anaya’s transcendent coming-of-age novel transports readers to the lyrical presence of New Mexico’s llano and luna, earth and sky. more
On March 24, 1919 Lawrence Ferlinghetti was born. This year he celebrates his 100th birthday. In honor of this monumental occasion ... 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
Santa Fe writer Caroline Fraser was working in her office detached from the main house she shares with husband Hal Espen, a writer for Outside Magazine. Inside their home, Espen was … more
Levi Romero is assistant professor in the Chicana and Chicano Studies department at the University of New Mexico. His most recent book is "Sagrado: A Photopoetics Across the Chicano … more
If you're looking for a heroine you can get behind, you might find her in Lee Isaacs, the protagonist of local author … more
A novel-in-stories is an experimental hybrid of forms. What makes it different from the usual novel with chapters is that the stories, unlike chapters, must necessarily stand on their own as … 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
Folktales are stories by the people for the people, passed down from generation to generation. In … more
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