In the early 20th century, bricks were brought over Raton Pass to Raton, New Mexico from the Trinidad Brick Company. We stole this brick for our backyard.
Concerning the minor vaquero character who is one of three men to die in an attempted mutiny against John Wayne’s “Dunson” and his cattle drive in Howard Hawks’s Red River
"Concerning the minor vaquero character..." is a semi-fictional vignette imagining a deeper life for a minor Chicano character in a major motion picture.
About the pain. I’ll first describe it clinically, as if I were a camera. I began to sweat everywhere after a flash of heat lit my skin (the whole organ). I lost the ability or will to control the movement of my eyes, which rolled around the room. My eyes also streamed tears, though my face lacked the grimaces and spasms which normally accompany them. Finally, I moaned.
Nathaniel Tarn (b. 1928, Paris) is an American poet, essayist, anthropologist, and translator. He emigrated to the United States in 1970 and taught at several American universities, primarily Rutgers, where he was a professor from 1972 until 1985. He has lived outside of Santa Fe, New Mexico since his retirement from Rutgers...
After you've Googled the Sun Tunnels and copied the coordinates from The Center for Land Use Interpretation website into your phone, and driven two hours around the Salt Lake from the Spiral Jetty, accidentally by way of Snowville, Idaho, where no one wants to make you a milkshake, you will find yourself dangerously close to Nevada...