Feb. 27, 2015


Advertising in the Santa Fe Guides

For rates and more information about advertising in the Santa Fe Reporter's Special Issues and Locals' Guides to Santa Fe , please call our advertising department at 505-988-5541 or send an email to advertising@sfreporter.com


This Week's SFR Picks

Newsletters

* indicates required
Choose your newsletter(s):
February 4, 2015 by Peter St. Cyr  
February 18, 2015 by Peter St. Cyr  
February 11, 2015 by Emily Zak  
February 11, 2015 by Joey Peters  

Special Issues

Protesting the PARCC

Suspended teens want meeting with state officals about the standardized test

Local News A dozen Santa Fe High School students stood in front of the state Public Education Department today, calling for a meeting with Public Education Department Secretary Hanna Skandera over testing that they say goes too far. ... More

Feb. 25, 2015 by Joey Peters

 

 
shaman-l

Best Locally Authored Book of the Year

Because You Can’t Read a Book on Facebook…Yet  

July 22, 2009, 12:00 am

1 Shaman Winter by Rudolfo Anaya
This year’s best book is actually a new printing of local favorite and New Mexico native Rudolfo Anaya’s 2000 mystery novel, Shaman Winter. Originally published as a handsome hardcover, 2009 saw the book’s debut as an equally handsome paperback. We here in the Southwest may sometimes take for granted the incredible mystery, intrigue and folklore surrounding our beloved area, but Anaya’s novels embrace the region’s qualities with all the respect they’re due. Readers across the country and the world are pulled into fictional detective Sonny Baca’s grapplings with traditional mysteries (in Shaman Winter, the mayor’s daughter has gone missing) as well as legendary happenings (the missing girl has been kidnapped by Raven. No, that’s not someone’s name; we’re talking about the bird). This blending of contemporary mystery novel and traditional mythology makes Anaya’s work irresistible, fascinating and a perennial favorite.

2 Lowrider Blues by Marie Romero Cash

3 Farewell, My Subaru by Doug Fine

 

 

comments powered by Disqus
 
Close
Close
Close