This first book in a trilogy is written for Middle Graders to help them see what was happening in New Mexico during the Civil War.

Mark David talks about his variety of books, from fantasy to how-to books on writing.

Dr. Tafoya calls himself a comediologist, and performs stand up comedy in New Mexico. His book discusses the conventions of comedy and how the Marx brothers shattered those.

Local writer tells why he wrote this young adult novel with a bizarre setting. Great drawings by Ian Bristow.

Jack MacTaggart is back to defend a femme fatale and solve a murder.

Award winning coming of age novel with small town neighbors. You might recognize our town in these pages.

Today Traci talks with Dr. Joanna LaPrade about her book, Forged in Darkness: The Many Paths of Personal Transformation.

Durango psychotherapist tells about the archetypes in mythology which inform depth psychology.

Award winning novel about fighter pilots, family ties, and long-kept secrets.

The Beekeeper’s Wife. First Place winner in New Mexico Press Women’s fiction, this book is about growing older, grieving, and accepting life.

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