Local Author Fair at Page 1 Books
The Daily Word in the Battle of Jutland, prostitute roommates and taking no shit
The Gathering of Nations Powwow is moving to Expo New Mexico.
Further proof of New Mexico's DWI problem.
What to do when your roommate turns out to be a prostitute.
There are 20k children trapped in Fallujah, which is currently being fought over by Iraqi troops and Islamic State militants.
Be nice, but take no shit.
This ABQ grandfather biked from Burque to Houston for his grandson's graduation.
Today marks the anniversary of the Battle of Jutland.
It's a Nietzsche kind of day.
Are a subscriber to fact or fiction in art?
Books are reflective of where you are in your life and where you want to go.
Friday, Apr 15: Devin O'Leary's Summer Film Preview
British Author Visits Page One
James Terry will be at Page One Books at 4pm on Saturday, April 9, to talk about and sign his book of Deming-based tales, Kingdom of the Sun: Stories.
The book is described as such: Set in southwestern New Mexico, the stories in James Terry's debut explore the joys, insecurities and failures of memorable characters as they attempt to connect with—or disconnect from—others around them. The elderly landlady of the Darling Courts apartments hires a reclusive handyman who suffers from a fear of water, and the pair forms an unlikely bond. A worker's unscrupulous plan to build a road in the middle of the desert is threatened by a lonely pregnant woman living in a trailer parked directly in his path. Overcome by nostalgia, a married trucker making the California run from Waco to Los Angeles takes a truck-stop waitress to the Deming drive-in theater with disappointing results. Together, these surprising stories uncover how our environment manifests itself in our everyday lives.
Terry's fiction has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and the O. Henry Prize, and his stories have appeared in the Iowa Review, the Georgia Review, Fiction and elsewhere. Raised in Deming, N.M., Terry now resides in Liverpool, England.