Episode Archive

Don Usner, photojournalist and author

Air Dates: September 18-20, 2021

Joyce Carol Oates

Air Dates: September 11-13, 2021
Joyce Carol Oates Internationally renowned author Joyce Carol Oates will be the guest on NM PBS-TV's "Report from Santa Fe" discussing her latest novel "Breathe" and her astonishing work as an author producing 58 books since 1963. Among her awards and honors are the National Book Award, the National Humanities Medal, O'Henry Awards, Pulitzer Prize nominations, and more. Oates was christened America's foremost "woman of letters" by John Updike. More

Kyle Dickman, journalist and author "On The Burning Edge"

Air Dates: September 4-6, 2021
Kyle Dickman, journalist and author This week's guest on "Report from Santa Fe" is Kyle Dickman, journalist and author of "On the Burning Edge: A Fateful Fire and the Men Who Fought It." Dickman discusses California's ferocious wildfire season and explores why these wildfires seem so out of control. He also describes his work as a former editor of Outside Magazine with topics as far-ranging as rattlesnake bites, anti-venom, antibodies, and more. More

Anne Hillerman, author "Stargazer, "Spider Woman's Daughter""

Air Dates: August 28-30, 2021
Anne Hillerman, author This week's guest on "Report from Santa Fe" is author Anne Hillerman, discussing her new book "Stargazer," the sixth in her Bernadette Manuelito series of mysteries set in the Navajo country of her father Tony Hillerman's popular thrillers starring Jim Chee and Joe Leaphorn. More

Laura Paskus, journalist, author "At the Precipice"

Air Dates: August 21-23, 2021
Laura Paskus, journalist, author This week's guest on REPORT FROM SANTA FE is environmental journalist and author Laura Paskus speaking about her book "At the Precipice: New Mexico's Changing Climate," the severe drought the American Southwest is experiencing, and other critical climate issues. More

Doug Preston, author of 30 New York Times bestselling books

Air Dates: August 14-16, 2021
Doug Preston, author of 30 New York Times bestselling books This week's guest on "Report from Santa Fe' Is Doug Preston, journalist, and author of 36 books, 30 of which were New York Times-bestsellers. He is as well known for his famous techno-thrillers from "Relic" to "The Scorpion's Tail," as for his non-fiction works such as "The Monster of Florence" and "The Lost City of the Monkey God." More

Cheryl Alters Jamison, author "Smoke and Spice," "Tasting New Mexico"

Air Dates: August 7-9, 2021
Cheryl Alters Jamison, author This week's guest on "Report from Santa Fe" is Cheryl Alters Jamison, one of America's premier food writers, cookbook author, authority on American regional cuisine, and winner of four James Beard Foundation Awards. Her books, such as "Smoke and Spice," "Tasting New Mexico," and "Texas Q," have sold over 2 million copies. More

Stephanie Garcia Richard, NM Commissioner of Public Lands

Air Dates: July 31-August 2, 2021
Stephanie Garcia Richard, NM Commissioner of Public Lands This week's guest on "Report from Santa Fe" is Stephanie Garcia Richard, New Mexico's Commissioner of Public Lands, discussing the State Land Office's mission using state trust land to raise revenue for NM schools, hospitals, and colleges. Commissioner Garcia Richard also describes beautiful NM state trust lands available for outdoor recreation such as Melrose Woods, San Lorenzo Canyon, and White's Peak. More

Dr. David Scrase, Cabinet Secretary, NM Human Services Dept and NM Dept. of Health

Air Dates: July 24-26, 2021
Dr. David Scrase, Cabinet Secretary, NM Human Services Dept and NM Dept. of Health This week's guest on "Report from Santa Fe" is Dr. David Scrase, doing double duty as Cabinet Secretary for the NM Dept of Health, as well as Cabinet Secretary for the NM Dept of Human Services. Dr. Scrase provides a timely update on the Covid-19 pandemic. More

Michael McGarrity, author, "Head Wounds," "The Last Ranch"

Air Dates: July 17-19, 2021
Michael McGarrity, author, This week's guest on "Report from Santa Fe" is Michael McGarrity,  best-selling New Mexican author and former law enforcement officer, discussing “Head Wounds,” the latest novel in his popular Kevin Kerney series. He has written eighteen crime novels set in New Mexico and the American West trilogy, historical novels also set in New Mexico consisting of “Hard Country,” Backlands.” and “The Last Ranch.” More