Alibi V.16 No.47 • Nov 22-28, 2007 
“La Camiseta,“ by Marcelo Brodsky

Culture Shock

And the Winners Are ...

Nearly a year ago, the New Mexico Book Co-op announced it would hold the first-ever New Mexico Book Awards. Hundreds of submissions and a few paper cuts later, the NMBC and its distinguished panel of scholars, booksellers and librarians announced the winners during an awards banquet on Nov. 9. The event honored New Mexico authors and publishers for their hard work and dedication to the written word and included a presentation of lifetime achievement awards to Rudolfo Anaya and Tony Hillerman. Since we all couldn't attend, the following is a list of a few titles that garnered New Mexico Book Award-winner status. For a complete list, visit here. Congratulations to all the winning wordsmiths!

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“La Camiseta,“ by Marcelo Brodsky

Gallery Review

Just Breathe

Los Desaparecidos/The Disappeared at SITE Santa Fe

Sixty-six human femurs form a 10-foot-tall outline of the Chilean flag. The earth brown of the bones creates a stark contrast within the sterile, well-lit space at SITE Santa Fe. From the door, the flag seems to be made from crumbling pieces of weather-beaten wood.

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Courtesy of Musical Theater Southwest

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Bring It On, Cheer It Up

Bring It On The Musical

See the bitingly relevant stage version of the popular cheerleading-themed film.
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See You, Space Cowboy

N.M. Entertainment Movie Night Presents Cowboy Bebop

A special screening of the anime classic, in honor of comic-con season.
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Courtesy of the Oddities and Curiosities Expo

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The Strange and Unusual

Oddities and Curiosities Expo

For lovers of the strange and unusual—local and national vendors, taxidermy, preserved specimens, odd antiques, artwork, animal and human bones, sideshow performers, live human suspension and more.
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Image courtesy of the artist

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Radiant Reveries Revealed

Lost in a Dream: Fantasy and Abstracted Images by Joan Fenicle

Pixels and paint bring to life dreamscapes that spring from Fenicle’s imagination. Her images of forest dwellers and landscapes, like dreams, invite you to add your own meaning. Runs through 01/27/19.
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