Hedda P. Saltz is the poet of our set. Her work embodies a careful and lyrical examination of the New Mexican desert and the far regions of the human heart. Her book Free Rain is available at Lulu. Click the link below:
Among our new authors (though her book has been out over a year) is MJ Johns. She weaves the tale of a world with multiple suns, warrior women, and a group of revolutionaries who choose to live in harmony rather than fear. Her fantasy novel Destiny Stone is available at Lulu. Try the link below:
Ralph Rivera has recently published his collection Espiritu. These tales set in northern New Mexico offer an insight into the adventures and trials of people living on a subsistence landscape in the early twentieth century. It is fascinating. Click on the link below to purchase his book.
One of our leading authors is Barbara Corn Patterson, who most recently published her short story collection The Woman on the Table and Other Stories. This riveting collection reveals the lives and challenges of rural nurses in the twentieth century, from New Mexico to east Texas to South America, the journey of healing is always electric. Click the link below to purchase the book:
Another author, Joyce McCollaum, has had her first novel published. Titled The Last Sharecropper, it tells the story of a man and woman destined for each other since the beginning of time. Their lives are a challenge and as beautiful and any ever lived. It is available at LULU.com. Also available is Joyce’s tribute story collection titled Lea Mansion Mysteries. At only six dollars, it is our most affordable option. The proceeds go to support the Museum pictured on the cover. Click the second button for that collection.
You can also buy a collection of stories and essays published each year by the group to give a hint of what they are working on. The JOY Reader is available at Lulu. Just click the link below:
Barbara is a talented author. The reader can feel her heart in her work. The Woman on the table is a quick, easy, intriguing read. I recommend it to all genre readers.