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In the mysterious high deserts of New Mexico, the Indian shamans know the secret of the coyote transformation, allowing mortals to shape-shift into shadow coyotes, the better to bring down their prey. Now Katt Hall, a transplanted Southern beauty sexually frustrated by an unwilling and alcoholic husband, has gained those… Read More
Most people living in the Southwest don't think it could ever happen. But the truth is, Arizona may be just a few years away from running out of water! This is the story of how we might get there and what we could do about it. Read More

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"City of Gold" was inspired by the true story of Francisco Coronado, a 16th Century Spanish conquistador and his determined -- yet desperate -- search for undiscovered treasure in the American Southwest. Travel back in time more than 400 years as this army of explorers, driven by greed and a… Read More
An essay I wrote a few years back for school on the book Ceremony by Leslie Marmon Silko, particularly dealing in the identity of the 'destroyers'. Read More
A mysterious and magnificent canyon far out on a remote, high desert. Read More
Fascinating article about John Clum, one of the Southwest's unknown heroes. Read More
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