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Press Release: Week Four of Prose Month, Ending with a Bang

Press Release: Week Four of Prose Month, Ending with a Bang

If you have not had a chance to attend one of the many fantastic readings sponsored this month by SOMOS Prose Month, this is your last chance to get out and see one. Every weekend in November has been packed with award-winning novelists, playwrights, memoirists and...

Press Release: Prose Month Week Two, The Diversity of Prose

Press Release: Prose Month Week Two, The Diversity of Prose

PRESS RELEASE Prose Month Week Two The Diversity of Prose Week two of Prose Month is underway, consisting of four full nights of readings from local and regional authors. For the last two years, Johanna DeBiase has been the Curator for Prose Month, organizing weekly...

Press Release: Prose Month Premiers this Week at SOMOS

Press Release: Prose Month Premiers this Week at SOMOS

PRESS RELEASE Prose Month Premiers This Week at SOMOS Digging Deep with Literature   October 25, 2019 Prose Month was established three years ago by SOMOS Director Jan Smith, a memoir writer, in order to celebrate prose writing. Up until then, SOMOS had hosted a...

Press Release: Third Annual SOMOS Prose Month

Press Release: Third Annual SOMOS Prose Month

This year marks the third annual Prose Month at local literary society, SOMOS. Each year, SOMOS invites writers of prose--which includes everything from essays to memoir to playwriting to journalism and more—to read for our community. Prose Month is the sister event...

Women of Words in Taos: 1912-2012

Women of Words in Taos: 1912-2012

By Mya Coursey I visited Taos for years before moving here in 2011, and it became a ritual to stop by the iconic Taos Book Shop on Kit Carson. From there and other local booksellers I accumulated a modest Taos-centric library. Within months of my eventual relocation,...

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