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BRLA 2019 Southwest Book Awards

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A bibliography of all awards prior to 1996, Southwest Book Awards:  The First Twenty-five Years, is available from BRLA. Contact Abbie Weiser or Claudia Rivers.

A BAD PEACE AND A GOOD WAR: SPAIN AND THE MESCALERO APACHE UPRISING OF 1795-1799, by Mark Santiago. University of Oklahoma Press, 2018.

A SONG FOR THE RIVER, by Philip Connors. Cinco Puntos Press, 2018.

THE CROSSROADS, by Alexandra Diaz. Simon & Schuster / Paula Wiseman Books, 2018.

CUTTING THE WIRE: PHOTOGRAPHS AND POETRY FROM THE U.S.-MEXICO BORDER, edited by Lisa McNiel, photographs by Bruce Berman, poetry by Ray Gonzalez & Lawrence Welsh, introduction by David Dorado Romo. University of New Mexico Press, 2018.

D, by Rubén Moreno Valenzuela. Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez, 2019.

HEY MARFA, by Jeffrey Yang. Graywolf Press, 2018.

MEDICINE WOMEN: THE STORY OF THE FIRST NATIVE AMERICAN NURSING SCHOOL, by Jim Kristofic. University of New Mexico Press, 2019.

MESQUITE: AN ARBOREAL LOVE AFFAIR, by Gary Paul Nabhan. Chelsea Green Publishing, 2018.

NOBODY HUGS A CACTUS, by Carter Goodrich. Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2019.

RETABLOS: STORIES FROM A LIFE LIVED ALONG THE BORDER, by Octavio Solis. City Light Books, 2018.


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