NM Publications

Here are some of New Mexico’s finest publications in a flash. Where we can we’ve linked to their website directly. For magazines without a website, we provide a page with more information.

Adobe Walls is a perfect bound anthology edited by Kenneth Gurney that brings together different types of New Mexico poetry including slam, free verse, and form.

Blue Mesa Review is the publication put out annually by the creative writing department at the University of New Mexico.

Conceptions Southwest is the spring annual collection that has been published by University of New Mexico for almost thirty years.

Fickle Muses is an online journal of myth and legend edited by Sari krosinsky.

Malpais Review is a quarterly magazine edited by Gary Brower that seeks to bring together poetry, poetry translation, essays on aspects of poetry from writers around the state, the USA and beyond.

The Mas Tequila Review is continuation of editor Richard Vargas’ work with The Tequila Review and publishes twice a year.

Miriam’s Well is a blog by Miriam Sagan with a focus on the literature of the Southwest, including interviews, reviews, poetry, and more.

Mutant Root is a website for literary and visual collaborations.

New Mexico Poetry Review is a magazine of fine writing based in Santa Fe, NM, and edited by Kathleen Johnson.

The Poets & Writers Picnic Blogspot has info for around the state as well as info on the annual picnic.

the rag is a broadside published monthly in Albuquerque, NM. It can be found at Winnings coffeehouse and more.

The Santa Fe Literary Review is published by the School of Liberal Arts and Core Studies of Santa Fe Community College.

Santa Fe Poetry and Prose Meetup Group will keep you posted on events in the Santa Fe Area and is run by Paul White.

Sin Fronteras is a literary journal and publisher out of Las Cruces.

The Sunday Poem is a weekly feature the ditchrider posts online at Duke City Fix which showcases one poet each week.

Vox Audio CDs create an audio archive of some of the finest readings in the state courtesy the time and effort of Bruce Holsapple.

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