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Santa Fe is indelibly quirky, and you can read about some of the people who made it so.

City Slickers 1991 (location: Abiquiu, Garson Studios, Ghost Ranch, Nambe Pueblo, Santa Clara Pueblo, and Santa Fe, NM)

Rudolfo Anaya one of many New Mexico writers

Beginning in the 17th century, townsfolk and rural dwellers in the remote Spanish colonial city of Santa Fe maintained a provocative interest in mysterious visions. This preoccupation with the afterlife led to early witch trials, stories about saintly apparitions & strange encounters with haunted places. New Mexican author Ray John de Aragón explores the time-honored tradition of frightening folklore in this collection of tales that crosses cultures in the dark corners of the southwestern night.

Death comes for the Archbishop. My favorite book about New Mexico. Actually, one of my favorite books.


Ali MacGraw c. 1970's.Lives in Tesuque, NM.

A Grave in the Cotswolds

Favorite Authors. Erica Spindler

One of NM's old favorites, Frank Waters, author and scholar.