Christine Wald-Hopkins Archives
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Swain Wolfe blends archeology and adventure with lively characters in his latest work.
A collection of short stories reveals the traveler as well as the travels.
Civil War Patchwork
Paulette Jiles weaves a tale of love and loss, family history and personal narrative in a compelling new book.
Voices from the Southwest
A new anthology celebrates the stories, culture and future of our region.
A Family Affair
Marsha Recknagel's memoir explores the darker side of family obligation.
Eerie tales reveal adults wreaking havoc on kids.
Mosley's coming of age novel is truly a life struggle.
Amy Bloom sketches the boundries of real life.
Piano prodigy Lang Lang performs in the Old Pueblo.
Fashion Foe Pas
Andrea Seigel patches together the stories of American clothes lovers.
A novel riffs on an intense jazz life.
The Tyranny Of Ideals
A classic revolutionary tale of lust for
power, property and revenge.
Four unlikely women of words take a televised raft ride through the Grand Canyon.
Ondaatje's latest novel explores the nature of truth and humanity.
Librarian Claire Reynier throws the book at white-collar crooks in "The Stolen Blue."
Voices Of Youth
Young Native American poets speak out in "When the Rain Sings."
Sinclair Browning's Apache P.I. unearths another Tucson crime scene in "The Sporting Club."
In Short Order
Amy Tan compiles a glorious "Best American Short Stories of 1999."
Disgrace chronicles not only the consequences of one man's fall, but those of the reordering of an entire society.
Into The Wilderness
For most kids, Broyles was the only grown-up they ever knew eccentric or inquisitive enough to drink his own pee.
Roberts' novel is imaginative, disturbing and thought-provoking.
From Bluegrass To Sagebrush
"Thirsty Woman" won't make any Great Books lists, but it's a natural Zonie read.