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V.23 No.16 | 4/17/2014
“Abstract Landscape #3,” serigraph, 24 x 36 in.
William Lumpkins

Culture Shock

Warm and fuzzy Lumpkins

Scope Culture Shock for what’s best in this artful world. This week: new William Lumpkins, bibliophile pr0n, urban renewal keynote and famous authors in a Fe movie theater.

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Book Review

Junkiedom Tragicomedy

Harley Loco: A Memoir of Hard Living, Hair, and Post-punk, from the Middle East to the Lower East Side

In Rayya Elias' memoir, Harley Loco, her unpretentious, funny narration depicts her outsider existence as a junkie, hairstylist and aspiring musician in late-'70s/early-'80s New York.

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Book Review

Color Me Curious

The Color Book

Sophie Benini Pietromarchi’s charismatic Color Book aims to awaken a love of the visible spectrum in pre-teens (and older readers who haven’t outgrown a nice picture book with lots of vivid spreads to mull over).

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V.23 No.15 | 4/10/2014

Book Review

Letters, Lovers and Time Travel

The Light and the Dark

Shiskin is considered that country’s greatest living novelist. The Light and the Dark may not be as long as some of the Russian classics, but it is as large in its scope. It’s by turns engaging, confusing and erudite.

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Book Review

Being Poetry, Serving Albuquerque

Time Served

Carlos Contreras’ first book of poems, Time Served, brings you the verbal pyrotechnics and heartfelt emotion that many of us have watched being born in this young man’s work. Reading it is a cause for celebration.

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V.23 No.14 | 4/3/2014

Book Review

Recovery in Aztlan

The Unholy

Paul DeBlassie III’s The Unholy is a frightening thriller that details the struggle between the forces of good and the forces of evil. Set in the mythical land of Aztlan, DeBlassie’s novel is infused with the scents, sounds, and traditions of the author’s native New Mexico.

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V.23 No.13 | 3/27/2014

Book Review

The Age of Innocence Lost

Kicking the Sky

“I can pinpoint the very moment it all started to change, when the calm broke: when news that twelve-year-old Emanuel Jaques had disappeared spread through our neighborhood in the whispered prayers of women returning from Mass.”

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Book Review

Nurturing Nature

Falling Into Place: An Intimate Geography of Home

There are quiet sounds that often get lost in the business of our daily lives. Catherine Reid’s book Falling Into Place: An Intimate Geography of Home is a chronologically organized collection of personal essays meant to entice us to listen.

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V.23 No.12 | 3/20/2014
Asa Mullins (1953–2014) of Bird Song Used Books
Morwyn Mullins

In Memoriam

In Memoriam, Moving Forward

Asa Mullins and the future of Bird Song Used Books

In which we very fondly remember one of Albuquerque’s own.

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Book Review

Not Here, But Almost

The River

The body of water that snakes through Alessandro Sanna’s The River isn’t Albuquerque’s Rio Grande, but it almost could be.

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V.23 No.11 | 3/13/2014

Book Review

The Red Mean vs. The Golden Mean

Jaune Quick-to-See Smith: An American Modernist

Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, native to Montana’s Sqelix’u (Salish) tribe, and with nearly four decades of roots here in New Mexico, is not a painter so much as a visual narrator. Those with the patience and openness to follow her narrative will be rewarded.

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V.23 No.10 | 3/6/2014

Arts Feature

Under the Cover of Mountains

The secret life of Los Alamos

Los Alamos, the birthplace of the atomic bomb, comes alive in TaraShea Nesbit’s debut novel The Wives of Los Alamos. The fictional story depicts a Los Alamos that hums with secrets, slights and insights.

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