Santa Fe author Alexandra Diaz delves into history with ‘Farewell Cuba, Mi Isla’
Dana Shem-Ur’s debut novel ‘Where I Am’ is the most fun you can have at an awkward dinner party
‘The Candy House’ author talks fiction, stories and ChatGPT
What’s new for the second year of the Santa Fe International Literary Festival?
Chika Unigwe’s ‘The Middle Daughter’ interrogates reproductive injustice and misogyny in a reimagining of the Hades and Persephone myth
Cat-people budgrowers, a tourist in Hell, and other strange delights of Kelly Link’s new story collection
Jocelyn Davis’ ‘Insubordinate’ is a leadership paradigm beyond "lean in"
Natachee Momaday Gray’s poetry chapbook debuts in February
Zosia Mamet’s new anthology celebrates food, glorious food
She just took a DNA test, turns out, she’s 100%...adopted
Environmental ethicist Larry Rasmussen’s new book explores the human condition—for us and for those who come next—in the face of climate change
Maria Hinojosa liberates vocabularies with YA-friendly version of ‘Once I Was You’
With the Colorado River in crisis, strategies shift for municipal water management
As Fiesta approaches, New Mexicans consider how evolving concepts of identity shape their lives, their communities and what they choose to honor
Environmental advocacy group works to establish night sky brightness baseline
Local author Shawn Boyd’s graphic novel series, ‘Winona Forever,’ wraps up
City of Santa Fe to enforce encampment cleanups as it mulls over next steps toward helping people experiencing homelessness
Experiment in affordable housing for artists highlights challenges in balancing cost, quality
For those ready to turn the page
Will the library rise from the ashes?