Funds by Category: UNM Press
The Art and Photography Books Series showcases New Mexico’s world renowned spectacular traditions in art photography sculpture and all other forms of artistic expression that inspire the creative peoples who live and produce art in the Land of Enchantment. Funds given to this series will help support two to three titles each year including support... Read more »
Publications in the Children’s Multicultural Books series contribute to the sharing of information across cultures. This series includes a variety of bilingual books that can help contribute to the development of literacy in elementary school children. Donations will support two to four books each year and go toward the hiring of independent artists and translators.
The University of New Mexico Press endowment is used to support critical work with New Mexico writers, scholars, and artists, as well as general operations, and serves as a vital source of permanent funding for the Press. 2019 is not only the 90th anniversary of the UNM Press, it also marks the beginning of a... Read more »
Science literacy allows people to draw upon scientific principles and processes to participate in discussions of issues that impact society. In that light the Barbara Guth Worlds of Wonder Science Series for middle school readers focuses on what is observable in the world to help make science and mathematics topics both comprehensible and engaging. The... Read more »
The Mary Burritt Christiansen Poetry Series publishes two to four books a year that engage and give voice to the realities of living working and experiencing the West and the Border as places and as metaphors. The purpose of the series is to expand access to and the audience for quality poetry both single volumes... Read more »
UNM Press is a nonprofit publisher that produces books for a variety of readers and some of our most important books have too small an audience to recover their costs. Your contribution to the Friends of UNM Press Fund can more immediately help us defray a variety of operational and publication-related expenses.