Goths, Poe, and Canyon Road: A Masquerade of Muertos by Patrice Greenwood

Halloween in Santa Fe means sugar skulls, pan de muerto, and a Goth Masquerade at the Wisteria Tearoom. Fans of Edgar Allen Poe will especially enjoy Patrice Greenwood’s latest mystery. Despite her desire to make the Wisteria Tearoom a haven … Continue reading

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BVC Announces A Bodkin for the Bride by Patrice Greenwood

Something old, something new, something dead… Today’s new original from BVC,  A Bodkin for the Bride, finds Wisteria Tearoom owner Ellen Rosings planning her Aunt Nat’s wedding when she finds the dead body of a local artist in her aunt’s … Continue reading

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Story Excerpt Sunday: From La Desperada by Patricia Burroughs

La Desperada by Patricia Burroughs She refused to ask how much longer they would be riding. Instead she chose her words carefully to find out the same information, she hoped, without seeming to complain. “Have you chosen our destination?” He … Continue reading

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Miracles and Visions: Kokopelli and the Virgin by Pati Nagle

Pati Nagle offers a new story set in her homeland of New Mexico. Rosa Marquez and Sean Carpenter have two things in common: they’re both native New Mexicans, and they’re both seeing visions. Rosa encounters the mythical flute-playing hunchback Kokopelli … Continue reading

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Author Interview: Pati Nagle

Pati Nagle was born and raised in the mountains of northern New Mexico, and remembers when dusty dogs rolled in the Santa Fe plaza. She has eclectic tastes in reading, and writes fantasy, science fiction, mystery, and historical fiction, both for adults and for a younger audience. With boundless curiosity Pati embraces life, creating art, crafting entertainment, and constructing the best writer’s cooperative in the world. Just give her a little time.

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