Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse

Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse

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Looking for a good read how about one that will take you to other dimensions either with dinosaurs or hunting for treasure

The DinoDimension
https://shop.collectedworksbookstore.com/book/9781952011955
The warlord empire
https://shop.collectedworksbookstore.com/book/9781954868083
The treasures of the ancient wizards
Coming soon
Check out the "Ucross Cookbook" feature in The Santa Fe New Mexican's latest issue of Pasatiempo.

Chef Cindy Brooks's meals cooked for Ucross artists-in-residence "are as impressive as anything you’ll find in a high-price restaurant," writes Michael Abatemarco. "...And her instructions are practical, allowing room for innovation and substitution."

Santa Fe friends, after you read the piece, find our book on the shelves of Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse and Garcia Street Books.
Shop now for Easter
Learning the true Easter Bunny Story.
Noam The First Easter Bunny. (5 BOOKS) also in Spanish
He lives at Moriah Hallow, the school for Easter Bunnys and Forest Friends
available at Collected Works Bookstore
https://youtu.be/OYfDt05ZwsQ
The is proud to partner with Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse, Santa Fe’s oldest independently owned bookstore. Collected Works is a Santa Fe treasure, known for its amazing book selection, cozy atmosphere, and delicious coffee and pastries. Check out their social media accounts for new additions to your reading list, and keep your eye out for a special Literary Festival display as the event nears and their pop-up bookstore at the festival! Have you browsed our schedule yet? Link in bio for more info.
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The DinoDimension
https://shop.collectedworksbookstore.com/book/9781952011955
The warlord empire
https://shop.collectedworksbookstore.com/book/9781954868083
The treasures of the ancient wizards
Coming soon
Abiquiu News features Tracing Time by Craig Childs in their Locals' Picks Book List: "You won't get answers to what each rock art symbol means, but you'll feel that it means something, and that might be what matters most."

Catch Craig Childs for a live, in-person reading and pick up a copy of his latest work, Tracing Time: Seasons of Rock Art on the Colorado Plateau, this Friday, March 18 at 6 PM at Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse in Santa Fe, NM. https://www.abiquiunews.com/index.html
Coming soon join 5 brave teens as they embark on the adventure of a life time in another dimension to find a treasure more valuable than anything in existence

The DinoDimension
https://shop.collectedworksbookstore.com/book/9781952011955
The warlord empire
https://shop.collectedworksbookstore.com/book/9781954868083
The treasures of the ancient wizards
Coming soon
Welcome to Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse, Santa Fe's oldest locally-owned independent bookstore. 📚✨

For over 40 years, they have served up an extensive collection of books, plus coffee and pastries! Have you ever visited?

📸 Bookseller Courtney
Following on from the success of Chasing rainbows by D M Jones, Pegasus have now released the sequel Oceans Away
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Hey, my fabulous local bookstore! If you haven't already, I invite you to do this!
During the holiday season, please consider supporting your local bookstores such as Sleepy Dog Books, Bookworks Albuquerque and Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse--keeping books on the shelves and small businesses open--rather than giving more to the large corporate A.
If you were unable to attend last week's book launch for CULTURAL CONVERGENCE IN NEW MEXICO, click the link to watch the recording: 7 of the book's contributors paid a wonderful tribute to the life and work of Will Wroth.

❤ Thank you to Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse for hosting!

Santa Fe's oldest and best locally-owned independent bookstore Collected Works is Santa Fe’s source for all things literary.

An independent and locally-owned business, located on the corner of Galisteo & Water Streets in downtown Santa Fe, just blocks from the historic Plaza, we are annually voted “Best Of Santa Fe.”

We're a full-service general bookstore with an inventory of over 30,000 titles, including a large selection of local travel, Southwest and Native American history, art and architecture, poetry, and childre

01/25/2023

Arlene Goldbard, In the Camp of Angels of Freedom: What Does It Mean to Be Educated?

Arlene will be in conversation with Nina Simons, co-founder and Chief Relationship Officer at Bioneers and author of Nature, Culture and the Sacred: A Woman Listens for Leadership

Photos from Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse's post 01/24/2023

Happy Pub Day to David Grabber’s Pirate Enlightenment, or The Real Libertalia 🏴‍☠️

“In The Dawn of Everything, David Graeber urged historically minded scholars to consider the ways that human beings have continually pursued three basic freedoms, including the freedom to create new forms of social relations. In this book, he provides a fascinating example of the transformative potential of this proposition. Showing how rumored 18th century ‘pirate kingdoms’ established in Madagascar can be understood from the perspective of the local Malagasy population, Graeber gives us a glimpse of people, men and women, taking control of the society in which they lived, making new forms of sociality. He links this historical exploration to a second theme of the previous work, the fact that European political philosophers in the 17th and 18th century were responding to ideas coming from outside Europe, providing them inspiration to image freedoms they had not previously experienced. Pirate Enlightenment is, as the author writes, a provocation―but also an inspiration; and a great piece of story-telling.” ―Rosemary A. Joyce, Interim Director of Global, International, and Area Studies, Distinguished Professor of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley

01/23/2023

Come join us on Zoom for our author event with Arlene Goldbard & Nina Simons at 6 PM ! The link is on our website!

Arlene Goldbard will be in conversation with Nina Simons, co-founder and Chief Relationship Officer at Bioneers and author of Nature, Culture and the Sacred: A Woman Listens for Leadership.

This conversation between two exceptional women is sure to be a powerful one touching on the various themes Arlene Goldbard brings forth in In the Camp of Angels and the connection the two have to each other's life's journeys.

In In the Camp of Angels of Freedom, an autodidact explores issues of education itself through essays and personal portraits of the key minds who influenced her. She sees each of her 'angels' as a brave messenger of love and freedom for a society that badly needs “uncolonized minds.”

Goldbard describes how the learning from each changed the course of her life in essays that offer generative moments of a life in art and social change. She also reveals ways a dominant society tried to put a first-generation American from a socially marginal family in her place—and failed. Readers will learn about the author’s own self education, issues of formal higher education and its discontents, and the damage done by a society that prizes profits over people. Goldbard asks readers to consider the impact of credentialism on U.S. society and what we can do to set it right.

01/20/2023

David Scheinbaum, Varanasi: City Immersed in Prayer

Photographer David Scheinbaum will be in conversation with Stuart Ashman, Cultural Ambassador and co-owner with his wife Peggy Gaustad of Artes de Cuba Gallery

01/17/2023

Come get cozy and warm with us this Thursday @ 6 PM for an event with David Scheinbaum and his gorgeous book of photography, Varanasi: City Immersed in Prayer. An unforgettable portrayal of India's holiest city. David Scheinbaum will be in conversation with Stuart Ashman, Cultural Ambassador and co-owner with his wife Peggy Gaustad of Artes de Cuba Gallery. ✨Come join us in store or on Zoom, link is on our website✨

01/14/2023

Myrriah Gomez, Nuclear Nuevo México Colonialism and the Effects of the Nuclear Industrial Complex on Nuevomexicanos

01/14/2023

Myrriah Gomez, Nuclear Nuevo México Colonialism and the Effects of the Nuclear Industrial Complex on Nuevomexicanos

01/11/2023

John Lawrence, Arc of Power: Inside Nancy Pelosi's Speakership, 2005-2010

01/10/2023

A small but wonderful puzzle piece reunion today at Collected Works

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(If you didn’t know we have a communal puzzle in the cafe, here’s a piece from August ‘22)

01/09/2023

New year’s reading calls for new nonfiction 🕊

01/01/2023

Ringing in the New Year with a TON of new sale books!! 🎉📚🎊 Come get your favorite book for $3.00 before someone else does!

We're closed tomorrow through Tuesday, open again on Wednesday January 4th at 9 AM!

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12/27/2022

🌻We are the official bookstore for the 2023 Santa Fe Literary Festival !!!

🌻If you received our newsletter, you would have seen that this morning we announced some of the authors who will be attending: Gillian Flynn, Jennifer Egan, Ed Young, David Treuer, John Irving, Namwali Serpell, Ingrid Rojas Contreras, & Laila Lalami !! More will be announced soon so make sure you're signed up for our newsletter, and check the Santa Fe International Literary Festival's website for more information

🌶Some other news: we are offering ✨10%✨ off all paperback titles of every author featured at the 2023 festival. Enter code SFILF10 when ordering online or when you call the store ✨

Photos from Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse's post 12/13/2022

Hey ⛄️⛄️⛄️ Come participate in our Winter Book Drive!! 🛷We are requesting books that are purchased in store to donate to the Esperanza Shelter. We want the children and teens to feel special and receive new books!! & We seriously thank everyone who has already donated for their generosity. The drive will be happening until January 2nd. Happy Holidays ❄️💙

Photos from Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse's post 12/12/2022

Blizzard days call for lounging by the fire and sitting in big windows, you know what I mean ❄️🌨

12/08/2022

Love actually IS all around us. We found a love note and a clue in our last copy of Siddhartha. Calling all Zlatas! Let us know if this is for you. ❤️📝📖
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11/26/2022

Madeleine Miller, author of The Song of Achilles and Circe, also has a short story adaptation of Galatea, and we have a ton of these beautiful little hardcover copies just in time for the holiday season 💙

11/23/2022

Joy Harjo, Catching the Light and Weaving Sundown in a Scarlet Light

United States Poet Laureate and winner of the 2022 Academy of American Poets Leadership Award brings us her two new volumes, Catching the Light (Yale University Press) and Weaving Sundown (W.W. Norton). Joy will be in conversation with filmmaker & author Ramona Emerson

Photos from Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse's post 11/22/2022

Speaking of great series, check out the Passenger series published by Europa !!!They are absolutely gorgeous collections of fully illustrated travel guides filled with important events and places pertaining to each destination. Instead of a plain travel guide, this series equips you with the cultural happenings. A perfect gift for the traveler in your life or even yourself, honestly.

11/22/2022

Ariel Gore, The Wayward Writer: Summon Your Power to Take Back Your Story, Liberate Yourself from Capitalism, and Publish Like a Superstar

11/19/2022

🌹Upcoming event! This Monday at 6PM come join us with author Ariel Gore in conversation with poet Fatima van Hattum!

Ariel will be talking about her recent publication, The Wayward Writer: Summon Your Power to Take Back Your Story, Liberate Yourself from Capitalism, and Publish Like a Superstar, an impossible to ignore rallying cry for writing dangerously to create a liberatory literary utopia.

You can pick up your copy of Ariel’s new book at collected works! See you on Monday! 🌹

11/19/2022

Nancy Zeckendorf, Small Town Big Dreams

Nancy will be in conversation with Catherine Oppenheimer

11/18/2022

Sandra Cisneros, Woman Without Shame

Sandra will be in conversation with poet and author Margaret Randall

11/14/2022

🌻🌻HUGE PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT!🌻🌻

This Thursday at 6 PM at Collected Works Bookstore we will be in conversation with both SANDRA CISNEROS & MARGARET RANDALL!

Sandra Cisneros will be talking about her new collection of poetry 🌹Woman Without Shame🌹This collection features bluntly honest and often humorous meditations on memory, desire, and the essential nature of love blaze a path toward self-awareness. We're so excited to be hosting this event, so make sure you order your Cisneros poetry through us!🌻Join us for this bilingual reading and conversation!!

This is a free event and will be in store but will also be live on Zoom, make sure to visit our website for more information! 💛💛

11/13/2022

Jeremi Suri, Civil War By Other Means

Co-presented with Global Santa Fe. Jeremi will be in conversation with Jim Falk, Program Chair at Global Santa Fe.

11/13/2022

Steve Almond, All the Secrets of the World

Steve will be in conversation with author, Robert Wilder

11/12/2022

‼️This Sunday (11/13) @ 4 PM come join us for our co-hosted event with Global Santa Fe for a talk with Jeremi Suri on his book Civil War By Other Means: America's Long & Unfinished Fight For Democracy 🇺🇸

This is an in-store free event that you can also watch live on zoom! Link is on our website! We’re excited to see you there!!

The Civil War may have ended on the battlefield, but the fight for equality never did. In 1865, the Confederacy was comprehensively defeated, its economy shattered, its leaders in exile or in jail. Yet in the years that followed, Lincoln’s vision of a genuinely united country never took root. Apart from a few brief months, when the presence of the Union army in the South proved liberating for newly freed Black Americans, the military victory was squandered. Old white supremacist efforts returned, more ferocious than before.

In Civil War by Other Means, Jeremi Suri shows how resistance to a more equal Union began immediately. From the first postwar riots to the return of Confederate exiles, to the impeachment of Andrew Johnson, to the highly contested and consequential election of 1876, Suri explores the conflicts and questions Americans wrestled with as competing visions of democracy, race, and freedom came to a vicious breaking point. What emerges is a vivid and at times unsettling portrait of a country striving to rebuild itself, but unable to compromise on or adhere to the most basic democratic tenets. What should have been a moment of national renewal was ultimately wasted, with reverberations still felt today. The recent shocks to American democracy are rooted in this forgotten, urgent history.

Photos from Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse's post 11/11/2022

"There is one other book, that can teach you everything you need to know about life... it's the Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoevsky" 📝 - Kurt Vonnegut in Slaughterhouse Five

Happy birthday to Kurt Vonnegut and Fyodor Dostoevsky! 🎊 Both born on November 11th, but 101 years apart. 📚

11/11/2022

Priyanka Kumar, Conversations with Birds

Priyanka will be in conversation with Amy Bianco.

Photos from Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse's post 11/10/2022

⚡️This Saturday 11/12 at 5:30 PM come join us in-store for a conversation with Steve Almond, Robert Wilder, and Boris McCutcheon where they will be talking about Steve’s newest publication: All The Secrets of The World!

⚡️Steve Almond is the author of eleven books of fiction and nonfiction, including the New York Times bestsellers Candyfreak and Against Football. His essays and reviews have been published in venues ranging from the New York Times Magazine to Ploughshares to Poets & Writers, and his short fiction has appeared in Best American Short Stories, The Pushcart Prize, Best American Mysteries, and Best American Erotica.

⚡️This event will also be live on zoom, visit our website for more information!

11/08/2022

🌀Local author Priyanka Kumar will be in store this Thursday, November 10th @ 6 PM to talk about her new book, Conversations with Birds !! Come join us!🌀

This lively collection of essays by acclaimed filmmaker and novelist Priyanka Kumar, traces her movements across the American West bringing the avian world richly to life. Kumar’s perspective is not that of a list keeper, counting and cataloguing species. Rather, for Kumar, birds “become a portal to a more vivid, enchanted world.”

11/08/2022

Tiphanie Yanique, Monster in the Middle and Myriam Chancy, What Storm, What Thunder

Tiphanie Yanique and Myriam Chancy are in conversation with author Jamie Figueroa

11/07/2022

✨Tonight on Zoom! Come join our conversation with award winning authors Tiphanie Yanique and Myriam J. A. Chancy, moderated by Jamie Figueroa✨

Typhanie Yanique’s Monster in the Middle moves across decades, from the U.S. to the Virgin Islands to Ghana and back again, to show how one couple’s romance is intrinsically influenced by the family lore and love stories that preceded their own pairing. Exploring desire and identity, religion and class, passion and obligation, the novel posits that in order to answer the question “who are we meant to be with?” we must first understand who we are and how we came to be. Typhanie is the winner of the 2014 Center for Fiction First Novel award (Land of Love and Drowning,) and a National Book Foundation 5 under 35 honoree.

In What Storm, What Thunder Myriam J. A. Chancy masterfully charts the inner lives of characters affected by an earthquake of 7.0 magnitude that shakes the capital of Haiti, Port-au-Prince. This is a singular, stunning record, a reckoning of the heartbreaking trauma of disaster, and—at the same time—an unforgettable testimony to the tenacity of the human spirit. The novel is an American Book Award Winner, Aspen Words Literary Prize Finalist; NPR, Boston Globe, New York Public Library, Chicago Public Library, and Library Journal Best Book of the Year.

✨We’re so excited to host this event so come join us tonight at @ 6 PM, the zoom link is on your website! See you tonight!✨

11/04/2022

Calling all explorers! Come learn about life off the grid at our author talk tonight with Ted Conover and Hampton Sides! It's at 6 PM in the store and we'll be live streaming it on Zoom. Don't miss it!
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11/01/2022

Diane Cohen Schneider, Andrea Goes All In & Jane Rosenthal, Del Rio

After meaningful and impressive careers these two women took the bold move to become published authors and began new chapters in their lives.

11/01/2022

Congratulations to Joy Harjo for her new book Catching the Light & happy birthday to her book Weaving Sundown in a Scarlet Light ✨🌞 And come join us for the event we have on November 22nd where Joy will talk about both books mentioned above!!! We’re excited!! Shop local and pick up your Harjo poetry through us 💛

10/30/2022

Paul Koudounaris, Memento Mori: The Dead Among Us and Ann Murdy, On the Path of Marigolds

10/30/2022

But what actually IS magical realism? No need to wonder anymore, here is our stack! 🔮📚🌚 Got any books you think we should add to the pile? Tell us in the comments!
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Photos from Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse's post 10/28/2022

Come join us for author event with Paul Koudounaris, Sunday the 30th at 3 PM, in store and on zoom! Learn more and celebrate the traditions of honoring those that have passed on. Memento Mori is a visually compelling survey of how the dead live on in memorials around the world. On the Path of Marigolds is one of the most enduring portrayals of Mexico’s famous Day of the Dead ceremony.

We invite you to bring your own altar offering to celebrate the life of a loved one that has passed.

10/25/2022

In thrilling narrative style, informed by genomic science, evolutionary biology, and environmental history, Flores celebrates the astonishing bestiary that arose on our continent and introduces the complex human cultures and individuals who hastened its eradication, studied America’s animals, and moved heaven and earth to rescue them. Eons in scope and continental in scale, Wild New World is a sweeping yet intimate Big History of the animal-human story in America.

Dan Flores will be in conversation with fellow author Sara Dant on October 27th at 6PM. If you attend in person, we ask that you wear a mask, and for the zoom link please visit our website for more information!
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10/24/2022

Author Michael P. Branch stopped in this past week to sign a copy of his book, On the Trail of the Jackalope, which also happens to be a bestseller! Thanks Michael!
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Our Story

Collected Works is an independent and locally-owned business that is celebrating its 40th Anniversary this year. We are located on the corner of Galisteo & Water Streets in downtown Santa Fe, just blocks from the historic Plaza.

We're a full-service general bookstore with an inventory of over 30,000 titles, including a large selection of local travel, Southwest and Native American history, art and architecture, poetry, and children's books.

Our coffeehouse features organic, locally-roasted coffee from Iconik Coffee, plus pastries and light fare. We also have seating indoors or outside on our patio.

Owner, Dorothy Massey and our booksellers hope to see you in the store soon!

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