Muse Times Two presents its second reading of the season.
Season runs Sept. 25, 2013 through May 21, 2014
"I soon discovered that Abeyta had simultaneously created three distinctive bodies of work: landscapes, kachinas, and what he calls 'analogous forms and shapes,' which reference music. My favorite Abeytas are the landscapes that depict adobes. "
The Continuous Path—on view at the Poeh Museum, in Pojoaque, portrays the Pueblo worldview of their history through both traditional and contemporary art, sculpture, historic reproductions, stories.
Signing and talk at Hastings, June 15
With Louise Glück, Dana Levin, Emily Rapp and Jon Davis
May 29, 2013 • Authors & Literature
'Writers have long been drawn to New Mexico, and they've extolled the region in novels, poetry, essays, articles, plays, nonfiction and more.'
April 12, 2013 • Authors & Literature
'...the real journey of discovery is not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes'
'Muse Times Two brings new or under-known poetic voices from around the nation to Santa Fe to present their original works'
"Challenging, thought-provoking discourse on classics in diverse literary and philosophical topics"
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"Almost from the start of my professional storytelling career, I’ve been telling love stories"
Celebrate the release of tutor Jorge Algia's fifth poetry collection
"There are topics to pique every interest..."
"I’m hoping to find someone with a barn who will let me hang photos, host a fashion show, and have an all around dango-rific hillbilly shindig"
publication THE magazine
" 'The Seed Bank' is a series of poems about his relocation to New Mexico and the rebuilding of his life in Santa Fe with his wife..."
October 4, 2012 • Authors & Literature