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University of  New Mexico Press

2011 Holiday Book Sale Co-sponsored by the UNM Alumni Association


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Contents 2–3 Art / Photography 4–5

Children

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Biography / Letters and Essays

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New Mexico

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History

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American Indians

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Nature

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Fiction / Poetry

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Travel & Recreation

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Cookbooks

2011 Holiday Book Sale

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A   rt / Photography Across the Great Divide: A Photo Chronicle of the Counterculture Roberta Price $34.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price)

“Price’s understated, almost journalistic foray is lit by warmth, humor, and the abundant tenderness of her subjects. . . . Characters recur, a story begins to emerge, and the work unfurls into a profound exploration that touches on ethnography.”—Publishers Weekly

Four and Twenty Photographs: Stories from Behind the Lens Photograhs by Craig Varjabedian Text by Robin Jones

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Desire for Magic: Patrick Nagatani 1978–2008 Edites by Michele M. Penhall $75.00 Cloth (Regular Retail Price)

This distinctive monograph designed by Christopher Kaltenbach is the first publication to survey the major photographic campaigns Patrick Nagatani (b. 1945) has completed during his long and still unfolding career. University of New Mexico Art Museum

Ghost Ranch and the Faraway Nearby Craig Varjabedian $50.00 Cloth (Regular Retail Price)

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One of the West’s most eloquent photographers shares his favorite images and his stories of how they came to be.

Max Evans’ Hi Lo Country: Under the One-Eyed Sky Text Max Evans Photographs Jan Haley $24.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price)

The Max Evans’s “Hi Lo” region, encompassing parts of New Mexico, Colorado, and the Texas Panhandle, is vividly documented in Jan Haley’s dramatic photographs.

Varjabedian illuminates the dramatic cliffs and plains of Ghost Ranch, once the home of Georgia O’Keeffe.

New Mexico: Images of a Land and Its People Photographs by Lucian Niemeyer Essays by Art Gόmez Foreword by Bill Richardson $45.00 Cloth (Regular Retail Price)

Handsome color photographs of the unique landscapes of New Mexico with an essay on the pathways which have drawn people and animal life to its varied surroundings for millennia.

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A   rt / Photography New Mexico’s Crypto-Jews: Image and Memory Photographs by Cary Herz Introduction by Ori Z. Soltes Afterword by Mona Hernandez $34.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price)

Herz offers a photographic tribute to the descendents of New Mexico’s secret Jews.

The Rio Grande: An Eagle’s View Edited by Barbara McIntyre and Steve McDowell Photographs by Adriel Heisey Foreword by Robert Redford

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Paintings of the Southwest Edited by Arnold Skolnick Introduction by Suzan Campbell $21.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price)

A rare collection of art and literature perfectly suited for the artist, traveler, or anyone enchanted by the Southwest.

Roadcut: The Architecture of Antoine Predock Christopher Curtis Mead $75.00 Cloth (Regular Retail Price)

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With the beauty of the Rio Grande always at center stage, this book combines hydrology and artistry to tell the powerful and dramatic history of a river. WildEarth Guardians

Tamarind Touchstones: Fabulous at Fifty: Creating Excellence in Fine Art Lithography Edited by Marjorie Devon

Architectural historian Christopher Mead traces Antoine Predock’s development over forty years from early work in Albuquerque to twenty-first-century projects like Winnipeg’s Canadian Museum for Human Rights.

The University of New Mexico Text by V. B. Price Photographs by Robert Reck $34.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price)

$55.00 Cloth (Regular Retail Price) $29.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) Showcasing the broad aesthetic capabilities of lithography, Tamarind Touchstones demonstrates the diversity of the artists who have embraced lithography and their increased facility and comfort with the medium.

Robert Reck beautifully captures the unique campus and architecture of the University of New Mexico.

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C   hildren Coyote and the Sky: How the Sun, Moon, and Stars Began Emmett Garcia Illustrations by Victoria Pringle $18.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price)

The Santa Ana Pueblo creation legend including how Coyote tricked the other animals to join them in our world and how he was punished.

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Dance of the Eggshells: Baile De Los Cascarones Carla Aragόn Illustrations by Kathy Dee Saville Spanish Translation by Socorro Aragόn and George Gonzales $18.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price) A little girl and her brother are introduced to the Baile de los Cascarones in this charming bilingual story of family and cultural tradition.

The First Tortilla: A Bilingual Giveaways: An ABC Book of Loanwords from the Story Americas Rudolfo Anaya Illustrated by Amy Córdova Linda Boyden Translated by Enrique R. $17.95 Cloth (Regular Lamadrid $17.95 Cloth (Regular

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The story of a young Mexican girl who saves her village by making the first tortilla with the help of the Mountain Spirit. Grandpa’s Magic Tortilla

Linda Boyden shares an alphabet list of indigenous loanwords from North, South, and Central America that have found their way into common usage today. Hanging with Bats: Ecobats, Vampires, and Movie Stars

Demetria Martínez and Rosalee Karen Taschek Montoya-Read Illustrations by Lisa May Casaus Spanish translation by Rosalee $19.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price) Montoya-Read $18.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price)

Through a child’s lens, this lighthearted bilingual tale presents the contemporary phenomenon of sacred and mundane objects appearing on everyday items. Juan the Bear and the Water of Life: La Acequia de Juan del Oso Retold and translated by Enrique R. Lamadrid and Juan Estevan Arellano Illustrated by Amy Córdova $18.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price)

The legend of the stouthearted man who moved mountains and rivers to create the most famous acequia in northern New Mexico. Pasó Por Aquí Series in the Nuevomexicano Literary Heritage

Through fascinating photographs and text Hanging with Bats introduces young readers to these beneficial but often vilified creatures. La Llorona: The Crying Woman Rudolfo Anaya Illustrations by Amy Córdova Translation by Enrique R. Lamadrid $19.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price)

The legend of La Llorona as retold by Rudolfo Anaya is storytelling anchored in a very human experience. His book helps parents explain to children the reality of death and the loss of loved ones.

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C   Hildren The Little Cow in Valle Grande: El Becerrito en Valle Grande Story by Skillman “Kim” Hunter Illustrations by Mary Sundstrom Spanish translation by Sarah Pilcher Ritthaler $16.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price) The bilingual story of a young calf, becerrito, in his beautiful New Mexico home on the range. The Santero’s Miracle: A Bilingual Story Rudolfo Anaya Illustrations by Amy Córdova Spanish Translation by Enrique R. Lamadrid $17.95 Cloth (Regular

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Powwow’s Coming Linda Boyden $17.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price)

Cut-paper collage illustrations and engaging verse give young readers a new look at American Indian culture today. Teddy’s Cattle Drive: A Story from History Marc Simmons Illustrations by Ronald Kil $14.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price)

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This bilingual story of a grandfather’s and grandson’s faith, hope, and love is to be enjoyed by readers of all ages. Tía’s Tamales Ana Baca Translated and illustrated by Noël Chilton $16.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price)

Adventures on the trail as Teddy Abbott learns how to be a wrangler. The Voyage of the Beetle: A Journey around the World with Charles Darwin and the Search for the Solution to the Mystery of Mysteries, as Narrated by Rosie, an Articulate Beetle Anne H. Weaver Illustrated by George Lawrence $18.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price)

Ana Baca’s bilingual tale of how two children from different generations learn to make their family recipe for tamales will delight readers of her earlier picture books that combine folklore and traditional cuisine.

The whimsical story of Rosie the Beetle who assisted Charles Darwin on his trip around the world as he developed his Theory of Natural Selection.

Winging It: A Beginner’s Guide to Birds of the Southwest

Wonders of Nuclear Fusion: Creating an Ultimate Energy Source

Catherine Coulter, Cynthia Coulter, James Coulter, Vivian Coulter Illustrations by Jennifer Owings Dewey

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A beginner’s field guide to birds of the mountains, valleys, and deserts of the Southwest. Ages 10 and up.

With accessible writing, Neal Singer introduces young readers to what fusion is—and isn’t.

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B   iography / Letters & Essays The Case of the Indian Trader: Billy Malone and the National Park Service Investigation at Hubbell Trading Post Paul Berkowitz $24.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) In an intriguing account of whistleblowing, Berkowitz tells how he bypassed his chain-of-command and delivered his findings directly to the Office of the Inspector General.

Come Up and Get Me: An Autobiography of Colonel Joe Kittinger Joe Kittinger and Craig Ryan Foreword by Neil Armstrong $21.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) Kittinger, joined by author Craig Ryan, documents the heights of his extraordinary aeronautical career.

Kit Carson and His Three Wives: A Family History Marc Simmons $26.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price) $21.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) After almost four decades devoted to researching Kit Carson’s personal life, Marc Simmons provides information here to further our understanding of Carson. Calvin P. Horn Lectures in Western History and Culture

La Clínica: A Doctor’s Journey Across Borders David P. Sklar $26.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price) $19.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) Sklar recalls how his earliest experiences in a remote Mexican clinic helped shape his career as an emergency physician and educator. Literature and Medicine

Mother Jones: Raising Cain and Consciousness Simon Cordery $21.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) The details of the life and work of Mary Harris “Mother” Jones are skillfully told here for those who have not heard her story and those who know it well. Women’s Biography Series

Sweet Nata: Growing Up in Rural New Mexico Gloria Zamora $24.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price) $19.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) This heartfelt memoir tells of the joys and hardships of life in a New Mexico family during the 1950s and 1960s.

Sweetgrass Mornings Slim Randles $21.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) Whether recounting tall tales, describing encounters with critters most of us would just as soon avoid, or poking fun at his own misadventures, Randles blends his reverence for nature, especially the breathtaking beauty of the American West, with his unfailing sense of humor and enthusiasm for outdoor life.

Weekends with O’Keeffe C. S. Merrill $24.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price) “This is a book that deserves to be read for the insights it offers into the daily life of the complex and gifted O’Keeffe; for the love . . . that the artist inspired in those around her; and for the evolving and increasingly mature perceptions of the young poet who recorded her observations with such a sustained and clear-eyed focus.”—Story Circle Book Reviews

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n   ew Mexico 2012 Enchanting New Mexico Calendar wall calendar $13.95 (Regular Retail Price) The 2012 Enchanting New Mexico Calendar celebrates New Mexico’s one hundred years of statehood through the eyes of Western artist and cowboy Ronald Kil. New Mexico Magazine Ghost Towns Alive: Trips to New Mexico’s Past Linda G. Harris Photographs by Pamela Porter $27.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price) $24.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) Author Linda G. Harris and photographer Pamela Porter have divided the state into eleven regions comprising seventy ghost towns, from the Santa Fe Trail and Colfax County in the north to the boot heel in the south. Pie Town Woman: The Hard Life and Good Times of a New Mexico Homesteader Joan Myers $24.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) Tells the compelling story of one of the women photographed by FSA photographer Russell Lee, with additional photographs by the author.

Santa Fe: The Chief Way Robert Strein, John Vaughan, and C. Fenton Richards $39.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price) $24.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) A fresh and nostalgic look at the streamliners of the Santa Fe railroad from the late thirties to the early seventies. New Mexico Magazine

A Garlic Testament: Seasons on a Small New Mexico Farm Stanley Crawford $19.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) Meditations on growing garlic and on the farming way of life.

Miracle on the Mesa: A History of the University of New Mexico, 1889-2003 William E. Davis $49.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price) $29.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) Written by former University of New Mexico president William “Bud” Davis, Miracle on the Mesa covers the changes and growth experienced by the University since its founding on February 28, 1889.

The Place Names of New Mexico: Revised Edition Robert Julyan $24.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) The indispensable traveler’s guide to the history of places throughout the Land of Enchantment.

The Spell of New Mexico Edited by Tony Hillerman $16.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) Famous writers tell of the fascination of New Mexico.

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H   istory Albuquerque Remembered Howard Bryan $19.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) An informative and entertaining history of “The Duke City” and its inhabitants by a longtime New Mexico reporter.

Crash of TWA Flight 260 Charles M. Williams $21.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) Williams documents the tragic crash of TWA Flight 260 in the Sandia Mountains in 1955 and the fifty years that he has spent unraveling the mysteries of the crash, many still unresolved today.

Following the Royal Road: A Guide to the Historic Camino Real de Tierra Adentro Hal Jackson $24.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) Jackson brings to life this important route which the Spanish extended north into present-day New Mexico in 1598.

An Illustrated History of New Mexico Thomas E. Chávez $24.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) Combines more than two hundred photographs and a concise history to create an engaging, panoramic view of New Mexico’s fascinating past.

Cities of Gold: A Journey Across the American Southwest Douglas Preston $24.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) A modern horseback journey across 1,000 miles of desert and wilderness following the trail of the first European explorer in the American Southwest.

The Day the Sun Rose Twice: The Story of the Trinity Site Nuclear Explosion, July 16, 1945 Ferenc Morton Szasz $21.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) The prize-winning history of the Manhattan Project.

High Noon in Lincoln: Violence on the Western Frontier Robert M. Utley $19.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) “In research, writing, and interpretation, High Noon in Lincoln is a superb book. It is one of the best books (maybe the best) ever written on a violent episode in the West.” —Richard Maxwell Brown

Jews in New Mexico Since World War II Henry J. Tobias $19.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price) Tobias explores the cultural and political influence of the New Mexico Jewish community since the Second World War.

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H   istory Myth of the Hanging Tree: Stories of Crime and Punishment in Territorial New Mexico Robert J. Torrez $19.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) Torrez studies the gritty role of hangings in frontier New Mexico.

The Saga of Billy the Kid

New Mexico Past and Future Thomas E. Chávez $19.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) This new perspective on the colorful history of New Mexico includes the stories of many of the people who have spent their lives in the area from before the arrival of Europeans in the sixteenth century through the present day. A Spy’s Guide to Santa Fe and Albuquerque

Walter Noble Burns Introduction by Richard W. Etulian

E. B. Held

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First published in 1926, this dramatic biography forever installed outlaw Billy the Kid in the pantheon of mythic heroes from the Old West.

In this fascinating guide, former CIA agent E. B. Held uses declassified documents from both the CIA and KGB, as well as secondary sources, to trace some of the most notorious spying events in United States history.

Historians of the Frontier and American West Series The Texas Rangers and the Mexican Revolution: The Bloodiest Decade, 1910-1920 Charles H. Harris III and Louis R. Sadler $34.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) The authors document the secret role of the Mexican president in the insurgency against Anglos during the Mexican Revolution and the Texas Rangers’ role in ending the uprising.

The Train Stops Here: New Mexico’s Railway Legacy Marci L. Riskin $29.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price) $24.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) Architect Marci Riskin explores railroad depots from New Mexico’s territorial days.

Voices of the Buffalo Soldier: Records, Reports, and Recollections of Military Life and Service in the West Frank N. Schubert $24.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) All students of the frontier army as well as aficionados with a special interest in the Buffalo Soldiers will find this an invaluable tool. Drawing on a wide variety of periodicals, military records, and letters, the book covers such key topics as the legislative origin of the inclusion of black soldiers in the army.

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A   Merican Indians The Ancient Southwest: Chaco Canyon, Bandelier, and Mesa Verde, Revised Ed. David E. Stuart $19.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) Stuart’s accessible stories of the ancient peoples and sites of the American Southwest have been updated with recent discoveries on Chaco Canyon, Bandelier, and Mesa Verde. Gatewood and Geronimo Louis Kraft $27.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) Parallels the lives of Gatewood and Geronimo as events drive them toward their historic meeting in Mexico in 1886—a meeting that marked the beginning of the end of the last Apache war.

Circle of Wonder: A Native American Christmas Story N. Scott Momaday $19.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price) $9.95 Audio Cassette (Regular Retail Price) A touching Christmas tale from Jemez Pueblo, illustrated in color by the author.

The Great Houses of Chaco John Martin Campbell; With contributions by Thomas C. Windes, David E. Stuart, and Katherine Kallestad $29.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price) Campbell’s elegant photographs explore the major structures built by the early Puebloan peoples of present-day northwestern New Mexico.

In the Bear’s House

Navajos Wear Nikes: A Reservation Life

N. Scott Momaday

Jim Kristofic $19.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price)

$24.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price) In these engaging writings Momaday shares his personal quest to understand the spirit of wilderness embodied in the image of Bear.

With tales of gangs and skinwalkers, an Indian Boy Scout troop, a fanatical Sunday school teacher, and the author’s own experience of sincere friendships that lead to hózhó (beautiful harmony), Kristofic’s memoir is an honest portrait of growing up on—and growing to love—the Reservation.

Pueblo Peoples on the Pajarito Plateau: Archaeology and Efficiency David E. Stuart $19.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) Stuart demonstrates how the descendants of the Chaco survivors who relocated to Bandlier and the Pajarito Plateau rebalanced their society to be more efficient and practical in order to survive.

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n   ature Amphibians and Reptiles of New Mexico William G. Degenhardt, Charles W. Painter, and Andrew H. Price $39.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) The definitive reference source covering the 123 species of amphibians and reptiles found in New Mexico, including over 130 color plates and 100 maps. A Field Guide to the Plants and Animals of the Middle Rio Grande Bosque Jean-Luc E. Cartron, David C. Lightfoot, Jane E. Mygatt, Sandra L. Brantley, and Timothy K. Lowrey $21.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) Including over 800 color photos, this authoritative guide is the first of its kind for the Middle Rio Grande Bosque of New Mexico. The Orphaned Land: New Mexico’s Environment Since the Manhattan Project V. B. Price Photographs by Nell Farrell $29.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) Viewing New Mexico as a microcosm of global ecological degradation, Price’s is the first book to give the general public a realistic perspective on the problems surrounding New Mexico’s environmental health and resources. Tracking the Chupacabra: The Vampire Beast in Fact, Fiction, and Folklore Benjamin Radford $24.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) Combining five years of careful investigation with a close study of the creature’s cultural and folkloric significance, Radford’s book is the first to fully explore and try to solve the decades-old mystery of the chupacabra.

Butterfly Landscapes of New Mexico Steven J. Cary $27.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) Cary takes the reader on a journey through the habitats of New Mexico’s three hundred kinds of butterflies. New Mexico Magazine Healing with Herbs and Rituals: A Mexican Tradition Eliseo “Cheo”Torres Edited by Timothy L. Sawyer, Jr. $19.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) Healing with Herbs and Rituals is an herbal remedy-based understanding of curanderismo and the practice of herbalists as found in the American Southwest and northern Mexico. Raptors of New Mexico Edited by Jean-Luc E. Cartron $50.00 Cloth (Regular Retail Price) This beautifully illustrated study is the first book to focus on the birds of prey of New Mexico.

Valles Caldera: A Geologic History Fraser Goff $19.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) Formed by massive volcanic eruptions over a million years ago, the Valles Caldera offers scientists unprecedented opportunities for studying its geologic wonders, and now as a national preserve, it offers the public a unique outdoor experience.

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F   iction /  P oetry The Education of Little Tree: 25th Anniversary Edition

Josey Wales: Two Westerns Forrest Carter

Forrest Carter

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Josey Wales was the most wanted man in Texas. His wife and child had been lost to pre-civil War destruction and, like Jesse James and other young farmers, he joined the guerrilla soldiers of Missouri-men with no cause but survival and no purpose but revenge.

The Education of Little Tree tells of a boy orphaned very young, who is adopted by his Cherokee grandmother and half-Cherokee grandfather in the Appalachian mountains of Tennessee during the Great Depression. Junkyard Dreams: A Novel

Mama Fela’s Girls: A Novel

Jeanette Boyer

Ana Baca

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This seriously political but realistically compelling portrayal of land conflict confronts the trade-offs between improvement and preservation.

The story of Mama Fela and her family living life in northeastern New Mexico at the height of the Great Depression.

Putrefaction Live

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Warren Perkins $21.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price)

Thomas Fox Averill

“This is a novel about disintegration and rejuvenation among a new generation of Navajo warriors seasoned by a century of culture wars on their homeland.”—Ann Marie Cummins, author of Yellowcake and Red Ant House: Stories

Averill’s novel captures the spriit of the ballad “Tennessee Stud” while telling the story of Robert Johnson, a man who holds love in his heart though adventure rules his time. Pursued by a bounty hunter, Indians, and his conscience, Johnson and his horse are tested, strengthened, and made resolute.

The Rounders: 50th Anniversary Edition

A Sandhills Ballad

Max Evans $17.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) This is the 50th anniversary edition of the western that made Max Evans famous.

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Ladette Randolph $17.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price) Mary Rasmussen is the heroine of her own life, and Ladette Randolph captures the character of the Sandhills country in this moving saga.

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F   iction /  P oetry Serafina’s Stories Rudolfo Anaya

Robert Julyan

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Anaya blends Spanish folktales with Pueblo Indian myths to create a charming New Mexican version of the Arabian Nights.

Sweeney

This quixotic tale of Sweeney’s journey of survival and self-discovery offers a wry glimpse of the oddities and opportunities of small-town life, featuring aliens, nudists, naked bull riders, Druids, phony Indians, real Indians, and above all, Sweeney’s crazy citizens.

Tengo Sed: A Novel

Tortuga: A Novel

James Fleming

Rudolfo Anaya

$16.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) “A brutal and beautiful book. I read it straight through in one sitting, totally absorbed, deeply touched and frightened at the same time. The writing is taut, edgy, and original with not a wasted word.”—John Nichols, author of The Milagro Beanfield War Literature and Medicine

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Again the Far Morning: New and Selected Poems N. Scott Momaday $29.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price)

Anaya shares his memories of the incident which inspired Tortuga in the new Afterword of this 25th anniversary edition of his literary classic.

A Poetry of Remembrance: New and Rejected Works Levi Romero Foreword by V. B. Price; Preface by Rudolfo Anaya Afterword by Genaro M. Padilla

This first book of Momaday’s poems to be published in over a decade, Again the Far Morning comprises a varied selection of new work along with the best from his four earlier books of poems.

Levi Romero recalls the tradiciones of life in northern New Mexico—a way of life seldom represented in American poetry. Mary Burritt Christiansen Poetry Series

Ruins

The Singing Bowl

Margaret Randall $21.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price)

Joan Logghe

In this poetry collection, Margaret Randall uses the metaphor of ruins to meditate on time’s movement. Mary Burritt Christiansen Poetry Series

This poetry collection showcases all the features of Joan Logghe’s work that have attracted so many readers: her attention to detail, her warmth, humor, and passionate and inclusive social conscience. Mary Burritt Christiansen Poetry Series

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T   ravel & recreation 49 Trout Streams of New Mexico Raymond C. Shewnack and William J. Frangos $26.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) Snapshot views of the beautiful and accessible trout streams of New Mexico.

Mike Butterfield’s Guide to the Mountains of New Mexico Peter Greene $29.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) This beautifully illustrated book is more than a guide to the mountains of New Mexico. It includes all prominent mountain ranges and other high points, with their locations, access, major peaks, major attractions, hiking/climbing, water, plants, and wildlife. New Mexico Magazine

Best Plants for New Mexico Gardens and Landscapes: Keyed to Cities and Regions in New Mexico and Adjacent Areas Baker H. Morrow $34.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) A thorough, richly illustrated and practical guide to what grows best in every part of the state and adjacent areas.

By the Way . . . A Guide to New Mexico’s 25 Scenic Byways Laurie Evans Frantz, Lesley S. King, and Marti Niman $24.95 Spiral (Regular Retail Price) This handy and appealing book provides the most up-to-date guide for those who want to explore New Mexico’s officially designated Scenic Byways and their offthe-beaten-track destinations. New Mexico Magazine

Field Guide to the Sandia Mountains Edited by Robert Julyan and Mary Stuever $21.95 Spiral (Regular Retail Price)

Fishing in New Mexico Ti Piper

The Fly-Fishing Predator Raymond C. Shewnack $24.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price)

Fly-Fishing Secrets of the Ancients: A Celebration of Five Centuries of Lore and Wisdom

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Key to fishing waters. Coyote Books A presentation of the most commonly encountered species of flora and fauna and ecological features found in New Mexico’s Sandia Mountains.

Raymond Shewnack invites fishermen to hone their hunting skills, sharpen their senses, and become predators in the trout stream.

Paul Schullery $29.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price) Schullery ponders the great endless fish story we perpetuate and enrich every time we cast a fly.

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T   ravel & recreation Hoist a Cold One!: Historic Bars of the Southwest Melody Groves Photos by Myke Groves $24.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) This lively travelogue, complete with driving directions, will inspire visitors to the West’s old mining camps, railroad towns, and ranching centers to stop in and belly up to the bar. Mountain Wildflowers of the Southern Rockies: Revealing Their Natural History Carolyn Dodson and William W. Dunmire $19.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) For both visitors and natural history buffs, this book includes seventy-five examples of some of the most common and conspicuous wildflowers in the Rocky Mountains from southern Wyoming to New Mexico. New Mexico’s Railroads: A Historical Survey David F. Myrick $24.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) From narrow-gauge lines to Amtrak, this railroad lover’s book shows the importance of trains to New Mexico’s heritage.

Ropes, Reins, and Rawhide: All About Rodeo Melody Groves $24.95 Cloth (Regular Retail Price) The workings, workers, and animals of the heartstopping world of rodeo.

Hummingbirds of North America: Attracting, Feeding, and Photographing Dan True $19.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) A fully illustrated guide, keyed state by state, to all 16 species of North American hummers, including all of their personal quirks and habits.

The Mountains of New Mexico Robert Julyan With photographs by Carl Smith $24.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) This guide to New Mexico’s mountains provides information such as location, elevation and relief, ecosystems, archaeology, Native American presence, mining history, ghost towns, recreation, geology, ecology, and plants and animals.

Roadside New Mexico: A Guide to Historic Markers David Pike $24.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) This guide, arranged geographically beginning with New Mexico’s Four Corners region, provides information behind each of the over 350 sites commemorated by historic markers along the state’s roads.

Sandia Mountain Hiking Guide Mike Coltrin $24.95 Spiral (Regular Retail Price) This guide to fifty-seven hiking trails in New Mexico’s Sandia Mountains includes twenty-five contour maps and one large four-color pull-out map on water-resistant paper.

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The Best From New Mexico Kitchens

Comida Sabrosa: Home-Style Southwestern Cooking

Sheila MacNiven Cameron

Irene Barraza Sanchez and Gloria Sanchez Yund

$12.95 Spiral (Regular Retail Price) The Best from New Mexico Kitchens features recipes for every course, including many favorites that appeared in past issues of New Mexico Magazine. New Mexico Magazine

Mexican Cookbook Erna Fergusson $14.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) The classic cookbook of true New Mexican recipes from the Territorial era.

$14.95 Spiral (Regular Retail Price) This bestselling complete cookbook on southwestern cookery is now available with the real cooks’ favorite: a spiral binding.

New Mexico’s Tasty Traditions: Folksy Stories, Recipes and Photos Sharon Niederman $27.95 Paper (Regular Retail Price) A great gift for any New Mexican or anyone who appreciates the varied cultures and cuisine of the state. New Mexico Magazine

Southwest Flavor: Adela Amador’s Tales from the Kitchen Adela Amador $12.95 Spiral (Regular Retail Price) Pairs recipes and anecdotes to give a true flavor of New Mexico. New Mexico Magazine

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Happy Howl-idays! Give your favorite alumni gifts from the UNM Alumni Association: About the UNM Alumni Association… From the Alumni Center at Hodgin Hall, the Alumni Association and Alumni Relations Office keep the University of New Mexico and its alumni communicating and connected.

For the Coffee-lover… University of New Mexico Lobo Blend A brew made just for UNM and the people who love it, roasted in small batches for terrific quality. 12-Ounce Cans $13.29

For the Jetsetter… Springtime in Paris!

Say bonjour to the Louvre, the Seine, and the Eiffel Tower with a UNM Alumni Association-sponsored trip to Paris next spring. See alumni website for more details: www.unmalumni.com/travel.html

For the Historian… A Personalized Brick at Hodgin Hall We’ll carve a brick for your favorite alum and lay it in Hodgin Hall’s walkway, where it will always be a part of history. See alumni website for more details: www.unmalumni.com/brick-brigade.html

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