NEWS


New Mexico Historical Review

Still Enchanted A Review Essay on Enchantment and Exploitation: The Life and Hard Times of a
New Mexico Mountain Range, Revised and Expanded Edition
, by Dan Flores in the New Mexico Historical Review, Volume 90, Number 4, Fall 2015

Publishing a Southwestern Classic: Enchantment and Exploitation by William deBuys, by Elizabeth Hadas in the New Mexico Historical Review, Volume 90, Number 4, Fall 2015

Science Magazine

Review of The Last Unicorn by David W. Redding. “Part action adventure, part an exploration of loss, this book is a journey for both the heart and the mind.”

The Washington Post

Review of The Last Unicorn by Dennis Drabelle.“DeBuys is an evocative writer. Here he is noting the rapid arrival of the tropical sunset: “Close to the equator, night descends like a curtain in a theater. There is no leisure in the sunset. One minute you bask in yellow light, the next you barely see your hand.”

The New York Times

A review ofThe Last Unicorn by Emily Anthes. “The Last Unicorn is an adventure tale and a meditation, an evocative read that makes clear why wild places matter and how difficult it will be to save them.”

Plateau Advocate

An essay, Sticking It Out, in the magazine of the Grand Canyon Trust. “The problem of nativeness touches us all, and it touches the land, too.”

Saola Working Group

Read the Saola Working Group 2014 Annual Report [pdf]

The Huffington Post

Review of The Last Unicorn by Evaggelos Vallianatos : “The book is extremely important and reads like a novel.”

The Christian Science Monitor

Review of The Last Unicorn by Nick Romeo: “DeBuys paints the disappearing landscapes of his journey with beautiful and evocative prose.”

Audubon

Review of The Last Unicorn by Carson Vaughan: “…it’s fortunate that a first-hand account of such a unique voyage exists. That’s written by a storyteller as commanding and reflective as William deBuys, well, that’s just plain lucky.”

 

EVENTS


Sept 30-Oct 7, 2018

Legacies of Spanish and Native American Heritages in New Mexico, A New York Times Journey. William deBuys is this Journey’s Times-selected expert.

August 12-19, 2018

Legacies of Spanish and Native American Heritages in New Mexico, A New York Times Journey. William deBuys is this Journey’s Times-selected expert.

Oct 1-8, 2017

Legacies of Spanish and Native American Heritages in New Mexico, A New York Times Journey. William deBuys is this Journey’s Times-selected expert.

Sept 20, 2017

First Impressions book signing at Bookworks, Albuquerque, 6 pm

Sept 19, 2017

First Impressions book signing at Collected Works, Santa Fe

Sept 18, 2017

A conversation about First Impressions with Barbara Bernstein on KBOO, Portland Oregon.

Sept 15, 2017

The 2017 Governor’s Arts Awards Ceremony, at 5:15 pm at the St. Francis Auditorium in the New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe. The 2017 awards recipients are Bayou Seco, William deBuys, Gustavo Victor Goler, Russell Sanchez, William (Will) Wilson, Helen R. Lucero, and the Roswell Artist-in-Residence Program. The ceremony is preceded by an afternoon reception and exhibition opening, 3:30–4:30 pm, in the Governor’s Gallery at the State Capitol. Both the awards ceremony and gallery reception are free and open to the public.

Aug 29, 2017

First Impressions publication by Yale University Press

Oct 28, 2015 @ 12-1 pm EST

Presentation to Yale Southeast Asian Studies group, Yale University, New Haven, CT

Oct 28, 2015 @ 3pm EST

Booksigning at Yale Bookstore, Yale University, New Haven, CT

Oct 10, 2015 @ 10am-6pm PST

Booksigning at the Wildlife Conservation Expo 2015, sponsored by the Wildlife Conservation Network, Mission Bay Conference Center, San Francisco, CA. In addition to the signing, William Robichaud will be speaking at 11:30.

Aug 12, 2015,7 pm MST

A reading with John Nichols, author of of over 19 books including The Milagro Beanfield Wars, at The Harwood Museum of Art, Taos, NM sponsored by SOMOS (Society of the Muse of the Southwest)

June 19, 2015, 5:30-7:30 pm MST

Reading and book signing – The New Mexico History Museum

May 25, 2015 @ 11 am EST

Interview with Jane Clayson on WBUR’s “On Point”

April 10, 2015 @ 7 pm

Reading – University of Montana Visiting Writer Series