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A rare Truman Capote story from the early 1950s published for the first time

NEW YORK – Along with such classics as “In Cold Blood” and “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” Truman Capote had a history of work left uncompleted and unpublished. Capote, who died in 1984 shortly be...

Craig Johnson back with another ‘Longmire’ adventure

“The Longmire Defense,” by Craig Johnson is quite the journey into the life and times of Walt Longmire, sheriff of Absaroka County, Wyoming. Fans of the Longmire series will be thrilled with...

‘Leg’ illustrates power of family, humor

Author Greg Marshall will be in Durango next week

Photographer releasing book of landscapes chronicling healing journey

Rosenberg starts Kickstarter campaign to publish ‘Healing in the Southwest’

Susan Kennedy’s crochet inspired by Southwest

She’ll talk about her new book, ‘Crochet Southwest Spirit,“ at Maria’s Bookshop

Hillerman returns with a new Manuelito/Chee adventure

“The Way of the Bear” is Anne Hillerman’s eighth novel featuring Bernie Manuelito and Jim Chee of the Navajo Nation Police Department. Joe Leaphorn continues to be included in the series, bu...

‘Wild new World’ explores where we came from, where we may be headed

“Wild New World: The Epic Story Of Animals And People In America,” is a dense, fact filled book by regional author Dan Flores. It is his 13th book, which will inform and enlighten readers. ...

‘Go As A River’ a gem for Colorado history buffs

“Go As A River” is the debut novel by Shelley Read, a fifth-generation Coloradan. And what a story this is! Drawing on her family’s history in Colorado, Read crafts a stunning, unique and ti...

Graham back with new National Park Mystery

Local author Scott Graham has written his eighth National Park Mysteries with the new release of “Saguaro Sanction.” The adventure begins in late October in Saguaro National Park in Arizona...

New C.J. Box novel will keep readers guessing

Writing a review of C.J. Box’s newest Joe Pickett novel, “Storm Watch,” is a little déjà vu in the middle of our own winter storm. As this 23rd Pickett novel opens in March, Joe is attempti...

Photographer David Yarrow captures iconic images in ‘Storytelling’

Artist will be in Durango next week

Review: ‘The Ballantines: Building Community Issue by Issue’ examines a newspaper family’s approach

Among the many memories I have of growing up in Durango in the ’70s – from playing in the river to racing squeaky bikes around the block – one stands apart: Evening visits to 175 West Park A...