A membership organization for quilters that includes a subscription to American Quilter's magazine, tips and techniques, worldwide quilting events, hand and machine designs, discounts, and reduced submission to quilting shows.
Application for the Institute of American Indian Arts program located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, along with a museum that promotes Native American culture through the sale of jewelry, books, paintings, gifts, pottery, music, apparel and sculptures.
Books on native american culture, New Mexico and Albuquerque local interest, Tibet, spirituality/philosophy, genealogy, cookbooks, gardening, sports/outdoors, ecology and the environment.
Nonfiction trade books on gardening, Native American culture, travel and outdoor activity guidebooks, essays of place, history, biography, the world of ideas, women of the West, natural history, the environment and Colorado local interest.
Fiction and non-fiction from the South-Western USA and Mexico. Large variety of subjects: biography, Chicano literature, cultural studies, folklore, Hispanic studies, true crime, Native American studies, philosphy, children's and counterculture.
Gift books on the fashion legends of Hollywood, fascinating stories and photos of L.A.'s criminal cases, courtships and proposals of the world's most romantic couples, the kitschy decadence Las Vegas in the '50s, a century of American eating and more.
America's national parks and scenic wonders, early westward exploration and Native American culture.
Out of print, rare and scholarly books on topics such as American labor and radical history, the Spanish Civil War, World War I-II, anti-fascism, civil rights, anti-communism, CIA, FBI, Holocaust, espionage, Marxism and Anarchism.
Society for those associated with sleep medicine including students, doctors and retirees. Membership has an optional magazine for a higher cost.