An excerpt from Sam Shepard: New Mexico, a quirky ode to the late Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, director, screenwriter, and actor by Galisteo publisher John Miller.
Anton Truer's candid and humorous memoir, Language Warrior’s Manifesto: How to Keep Our Languages Alive No Matter the Odds, advocates for language revitalization as the solution to a number of issues that negatively affect Native people and culture.
Former Pasatiempo writer Paul Weideman’s first book, ARCHITECTURE Santa Fe: A Guidebook (Running Lizard Press, 242 pages, $39.95), is a fascinating look at the development of local architecture and, specifically, the “Santa Fe style” that has dominated the architecture of the city’s historic districts since 1912.
A thousand years ago, in the remote Chaco Canyon region of what is now northwest New Mexico, ancient Pueblo people forever altered the high desert landscape through va…
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