Contact Us

ALL store personnel can be reached at the store phone number: (505) 344-8139.

Bookworks is open 9a-9p Monday-Saturday and 9a-7p on Sundays. You are welcome to drop by to speak to one of our staff members, but setting up a meeting or calling ahead is recommended since Bookworks' staff work variable schedules and multiple tasks each day. Email is also a good way to reach any Bookworks employee.

Owner: Wyatt Wegrzyn
Special Orders, Vendor, Publisher, and Customer Relations. orders@bkwrks.com

Owner: Danielle Foster
School, Corporate Orders & Bulk Orders, Conferences, and Affiliate Program.  danielle@bkwrks.com

Accounting: accounts@bkwrks.com

Marketing and Events Manager: Amanda Sutton
In-store & Out-of-Store Author Events, Advertising, Sponsorships & Partnerships, Media Relations, Website, Social Media, Donation Requests. events@bkwrks.com

Childrens' Specialist: Connie Griffin
School events and reading lists, children's author events and special programming, kids & YA book buying, clubs & groups. kids@bkwrks.com

Sidelines & Music Manager: Russell Villars
Music buying and ordering, greeting cards, gifts, and special orders. orders@bkwrks.com

Co-op Manager & Marketing Designer: Joanne Matzenbacher. Co-op program, email newsletter, book review newsletter, fliers and print promotional pieces. orders@bkwrks.com

Consignment Manager: Chloe Misuzuwa. Local authors, consignment program. chloe@bkwrks.com




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Ira Jaffe, Sept. 18, 7pm
Slow Movies, Countering the Cinema of Action

Nick DePascal, Sept. 19, 7pm
Before You Become Improbable, poetry

David Wagner, Sept. 20, 3pm
Death in the Dolomites, new mystery

Laila Lalami, Sept. 22, 7pm
The Moor's Account, historical fiction

Jen Sincero, Sept. 23, 7pm
You are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting...

Erika Wurth, Sept. 24, 7pm
Crazy Horse's Girlfriend, new fiction

Wildewood, Sept. 26, 7pm
CD Release, American Folk Rock

Bob Odenkirk, Sept. 27, 1pm
signing for A Load of Hooey

Laura Pritchett, Sept. 27, 3pm
Stars Go Blue, new Counterpoint fiction

Debra Bloomfield, Sept. 28, 3pm
Wilderness, photos

Mike Smith, Sept. 30, 7pm
"Place Names of Filomeno," from Tin House

Bruce Coville, October 1, 7pm
Amber Brown Horses Around, for kids

Thomas Fox Averill, October 2, 7pm
A Carol Dickens Christmas, new fiction

Judy Chicago, Oct. 4, 3pm
Institutional Time & The Dinner Party

Sharon Warner, Oct. 5, 3pm
Sophie's House of Cards, new fiction

Steve Larese, Oct. 6, 7pm
Balloons Over Albuquerque, photos

Rebecca Gordon, Oct. 7, 7pm
Mainstreaming Torture, on ethics

Eve Rickert and Franklin Veaux
More Than Two, on polyamory

Juan Arellano, Oct. 12, 3pm
Enduring Acequias, on water in the SW

Rebecca Coffey, Oct. 13, 7pm
Hysterical, Anna Freud's story

Andrew Weil, October 13-15
SIMPLE Conference, ABQ & Santa Fe

Art Schreiber, Oct. 14, 7pm
Out of Sight, a memoir of blindness

Johanna Skibsrud, Oct. 15, 7pm
Quartet for the End of Time, a WWI novel

Dmitry Samarov, Oct. 15, 7pm
Where To? a memoir of cab driving

Craig Collins, Oct. 21, 7pm
Thunder in the Mountains, on guns


Molly Antopol, Oct. 22, 7pm
The Unamericans, acclaimed stories
Jewish Community Center, 5520 Wyoming NE

 

Chuck Palahniuk, Oct. 27, 7pm
Beautiful You, new fiction
University of New Mexico
Student Union Ballrooms B&C
TICKETS

Tony Hoagland, Nov.  5, 7pm
Twenty Poems that Could Save America
and Other Essays

Valerie Plame, Nov. 6, 7pm
Burned, a Vanessa Pierson thriller

Radley Balko, Nov. 6, 7pm
Rise of the Warrior Cop
South Broadway Cultural Center
ACLU/APD Forward event