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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Laura Kasinof, Nov. 4, 7pm
Don't be Afraid of the Bullets,on war

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

Ron Pevny, Nov. 7, 7pm
Conscious Living, Conscious Aging

Gayle Lauradunn, Nov. 8, 3pm
Reaching for Air, poetry

Max Early, Nov. 8, 5pm
Ears of Corn: Listen, poetry & art

CB McKenzie, Nov. 9, 3pm
Bad Country, Hillerman prize winner

Lois Abraham, Nov. 11, 7pm
Circus Girl and Other Stories

Heather Strang, Nov. 13 7pm
The Quest, a spiritual romance

Naomi Shihab Nye, Nov. 14, 7pm
presented by the NM Humanities Council
KiMo Theater, 421 Central Ave NW

Toby Smith, Nov. 15, 3pm
Bush League Boys, baseball history

Hollis Walker, Nov. 15, 5pm
The Booby Blog, on surviving cancer

JM Mitchel, Nov. 16, 3pm
The Height of Secrecy, new mystery

Susan Croce Kelly, Nov. 18, 7pm
Father of Route 66: The Story of Cy Avery



Katie Singer, Nov. 20, 7pm
Electronic Silent Spring, on radiation

Kimberley Griffiths Little, Nov. 21, 6pm
Forbidden, new romance

Don Usner, Nov. 22, 3pm
Chasing Dichos, photography

Dick Bakken, Nov. 23, 3pm
Whiskey Epiphanies, poetry

Jamie Anderson, Nov. 25, 7pm
Drive All Night, the life of a touring musician

Mark Stevens, Nov. 30, 3pm
Trapline, a new thriller

Renato Rosaldo, Dec. 1, 7pm
The Day of Shelly's Death, ethnographic poetry

Paul Citrin, Dec. 2, 7pm
Lights in the Forest, on Judaism

Darynda Jones, Dec. 5, 7pm
Seventh Grave and No Body

Jeffe Kennedy, Dec. 5, 7pm
Twelve Kingdoms: The Tears of the Rose


Richard Rohr, Dec. 7, 1pm
Eager to Love, on Francis of Assisi

Nasario Garcia, Dec. 7, 3pm
Grandma Lale's Tamales, for children


Gyasi Ross, Dec. 8, 7pm
How to Say I Love You in Indian

Terry Tempest & Brooke Williams
The Story of My Heart, Dec. 13, 7pm
ABQ Academy, 6400 Wyoming Blvd NE