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Madam Millie: Bordellos from Silver City to Ketchikan

by Max Evans

Madam Millie contains sordid details and frank language that will make many readers blush. It is unvarnished language, as recorded directly from Millie by Max Evans over a period of almost twenty years. It presents...

Diseases and Human Evolution

by Ethne Barnes

Barnes, a paleopathologist, offers general overviews of specific diseases (West Nile virus, Lyme disease, Ebola, HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, cholera, etc.) and their carriers.

The Way to Rainy Mountain

by N. Scott Momaday

Kiowa Indian myth, history, and personal reminiscences.

The Sky Is Shooting Blue Arrows: Poems

by Glenna Luschei & Noel Woodward

Celebrating life, travel, aging, and nature, this new book shines with Luschei's view of the world.

Africans into Creoles: Slavery, Ethnicity, and Identity in Colonial Costa Rica

by Russell Lohse

Unlike most books on slavery in the Americas, this social history of Africans and their enslaved descendants in colonial Costa Rica recounts the journey of specific people from West Africa to the New World.

The Powwow Highway: A Novel

by David Seals

"Takes us into the places where Indians live . . . their jokes, their lovemaking, their hearts. . . . Leaves me feeling as if I had made the journey myself."-Denver Post

The Jailing of Cecelia Capture

by Janet Hale

A novel of urban Indian life.

Playing the Odds: Las Vegas and the Modern West

by Hal Rothman, Lincoln Bramwell & William deBuys

"Hal Rothman is both the greatest Western historian of his generation and an H. L. Mencken in cowboy boots."--Mike Davis, author of Planet of Slums and Buda's Wagon

A Selected History of Her Heart: Poems

by Carole Simmons Oles

"Through the lens of her singular and compelling life, Carole Simmons Oles guides us through our fractured, confused, violent century. At seventy, facing an increasingly fragile body, Oles crafts language that...

Dispatches from the Drownings: Reporting the Fiction of Nonfiction

by B. J. Hollars

In homage to Michael Lesy's cult classic, Wisconsin Death Trip, Hollars pairs reports from late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century journalists with fictional versions, creating a hybrid text complete with...

A Carol Dickens Christmas: A Novel

by Thomas Fox Averill

"Joyfully riffing on a holiday classic, Tom Averill's A Carol Dickens Christmas is a moving and contemporary tale that, like the work of that other Dickens, focuses on what affects us deeply: judgment and compassion,...

Conjugal Bliss: A Comedy of Martial Arts

by John Nichols

"A hilarious, raucous, painfully graphic portrait of The Marriage from Hell."-Chicago Tribune

Stories of Mexico's Independence Days and Other Bilingual Children's Fables

Mysterious New Mexico: Miracles, Magic, and Monsters in the Land of Enchantment

by Benjamin Radford

Using folklore, sociology, history, psychology, and forensic science-as well as good old-fashioned detective work-Radford reveals the truths and myths behind New Mexico's greatest mysteries.

The Migrant Project: Contemporary California Farm Workers

by Rick Nahmias & Dolores Huerta

Iconic photographs and the stories of the men, women, and children who work California's farms and orchards to feed America.

Hearing the Mermaid's Song: The Umbanda Religion in Rio de Janeiro

by Lindsay Hale

Based on personal experience as a participant and observer over nearly a decade, Hale explores the unique spiritual beliefs of this Afro-Brazilian religion that originated in Rio de Janeiro in the early twentieth...

Rider of the Pale Horse: A Memoir of Los Alamos and Beyond

by McAllister Hull, Amy Bianco & John Hull

A recollection of life in the workshops where nuclear bomb components were constructed during the Manhattan Project.

Say the Name: A Survivor's Tale in Prose and Poetry

by Judith Sherman & Davíd| Carrasco

The experiences of a fourteen-year-old girl imprisoned in the Ravensbruck concentration camp during World War II. Illustrated with drawings made secretly by other camp inhabitants.

Intimate Memories: The Autobiography of Mabel Dodge Luhan

by Mabel Dodge Luhan & Lois Palken Rudnick

At last edited into one volume, the story of one of 20th-century America's most flamboyant women, from her youth in upper-class Buffalo to her "discovery" of New Mexico.

New Mexico's High Peaks: A Photographic Celebration

by Mike Butterfield & Robert Julyan

Photographer-author Mike Butterfield has spent forty years hiking New Mexico's high mountains, and his magnificent images are paired here with the chronicle of his adventures.