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For the next installment of the SOMOS Summer Writers Series, poetry takes on new dimensions with a multimedia performance featuring spoken word, original music and video. more
If you’re the type of well-mannered reader who approaches a book sensibly — starting at the beginning and not neglecting the prologue — you will find instructions, suggestions and even a YouTube link to assist you in navigating Kathy Goss’ “Darwoon Dyreez” before you encounter anything that might give you pause. more
"Living in rural villages” is the theme for the first SOMOS Summer Writers Series reading planned Wednesday (July 12) at 7 p.m. Location is the SOMOS Salon at 108-B Civic Plaza Drive. more
This week’s books are an unmatched pair. The first shares letters exchanged with noted Taos author Frank Waters while the second is a guide to help readers prepare for the inevitable. DEEP … more
One book this week contains essays about the Southwest’s hippie movement while the second is a novel exploring love in its various permutations. more
Inside, we are still children. It doesn’t matter how mature we are in years. We may have put away our toys and moved on to “adulting,” but inside, we are still the children who need help tying our shoes, reaching the top shelf and figuring out what it all means. more
This week’s books explore three forms of creative expression. The first is a novel about aspiring musicians with an original soundtrack. The second is a collaborative project by a poet and … more
By M. Elwell RomancitoMeaningful conversations and cultural bridge building are the goals of an ambitious project now in its 10th year. During Taos Poetry Festival, Taoseños will have a chance … more
The first book reviewed this week is a historical memoir in which a Jewish woman experiences a shift in her views about Palestinians. The second is a mystery solved by oh-so-familiar characters in … more
This week’s column offers reviews of two startlingly different books. The first suggests simple practices to revive joy in people’s lives. The second is a thriller in which the villains are white supremacists. more
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