Written in poetic form, this book captures what students and staff think after a suicide. Fields, a retired high school teacher, talks about why it is written as it is.

Santa Fe’s Poet Laureate talks about the poetry and references to ancient poets in this collection.

Dr. Pagán discusses the psychological effects of violence on the original pioneers of Pleasant Valley, Arizona.

Shannon talks about creating this unreliable narrative solving a murder mystery

This children’s book is beautifully illustrated and accessible to all ages, even adults.

The author talks about the short stories in this award winning collection.

Mitchell, retired National Park Ranger and Chief of NPS Bio Resource Management, writes an award-winning, complex novel set in national parks on opposite sides of the world.

The author of this award-winning romance tells how she  usually writes children’s books, but wanted to venture into clean romance.

Paul Reed, preservation archaeologist at Salmon Ruins, discusses the compilation of this award-winning collection of essays.

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