Native Texan

Joe Holley

Essay collection offers a lively, surprising tour of small town and big city Texas

A Story of Stories

Cristina Devereaux Ramírez, Norma Elia Cantú

One woman’s mostly unpublished, rich heritage of West Texas border folklore and literary history

Navigating Rocky Terrain

Laurie Roath Frazier

Personal, nature, and travel essays set in the karst ecosystem of the Texas Hill Country


Kathy Sosa, Sandra Cisneros, Ricardo Romo

A rich visual exploration of the blended cultures of women in the Mexico - U.S. borderlands

We Are Animals

Jennifer Case

Collection of personal essays tackling social stigmas around mothering, childbirth, and feminism in the twenty-first century

This Is How a Robin Drinks

Joanna Brichetto

Essays that celebrate urban nature with keen observation and earthy humor

Richard Neutra

Catherine R. Ettinger, Raymond Richard Neutra

A surprising look at the Latin American influences on one of the most significant modern architects of the twentieth century

A Conversation with Luis Barragán

Alejandro Ramírez Ugarte

A rare glimpse into the mind of one of Mexico’s noted modern architects

Weeping Women

Kathleen Alcalá, Norma Elia Cantú

Understanding the legend and legacy of La Llorona, the weeping woman

The Mexican

Jack London, Edu Molina

 A graphic novel adaptation of a classic story of the role of the individual within a revolution

Los Muertos

Yvette D. Benavides, Jim Mendiola, Adela Pineda Franco

Stories about the Day of the Dead tradition and the cultural understanding of death

100 Moments in the History of Mexico

Alejandro Rosas, Sandra Molina, M.M. McAllen

The lavishly illustrated and remarkable story of Mexico spanning more than four thousand years

Future Earth

Carlo Petrini, Pope Francis, Domenico Pompili

A timely message for everyone about the importance of integral ecology to the future

Fly-Fishing with Leonardo da Vinci

David Ladensohn

An exploration of the art of fly-fishing and da Vinci’s obsession with water

Marfa Garden

Jim Martinez, Mary Lou Saxon, Jim Fissel, Martha Hughes

A field guide to more than a hundred plants of the Chihuahuan Desert