Collected Works Is Proud To Be YOUR Store For All Things Literary!

Our store hours are 9am - 5pm Monday - Sundays.

Our coffeeshop is open 9am-3pm daily.


Thank you for voting CW into 1st place as Best Bookstore and 1st place, Best Business Downtown in this year's Santa Fe Reporter's Best of Santa Fe! We are so grateful for

your business, we would not survive as an independent bookstore without your loyalty and support. ​

 

Gift Cards are available online, or by calling the store at (505) 988-4226. 

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PUBLISHING AUGUST 2022

THE LONG-AWAITED 10TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SANTA FE AND NORTHERN NEW MEXICO

PRE-ORDER YOUR SIGNED* COPY TODAY - 505-988-4226

*Copy will be signed by the author when it comes in.

 

The new edition has been updated and expanded to over 1,100 entries and 200 photos, maps, and graphs. $29.95

 

"The encyclopedia goes well beyond [a] gringo's guide to include a more elaborate and subtle appreciation for the complexities and complications of Northern New Mexico's struggle for identity." — Pasatiempo

"... a wonderful resource for Northern New Mexico history, geography, art, food, people, and culture. " — Taos News

 

"Anything you want or need to know about Northern New Mexico is now at your fingertips." — Las Vegas Optic                            

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Events

We are on hiatus for events in September, but will return with a fantastic line-up for Fall.

Our author events take place in-store and are live streamed on Zoom and Facebook. To register for the Zoom streams, click below on the Learn More button and details will be on the event page. If you missed any of our events, you can find recordings of some of them on our website here or all of them on our Facebook page. 

  • Oct 04, 6:00 PM MDT
    Collected Works Bookstore, 202 Galisteo St, Santa Fe, NM 87501, USA
    Deborah Jackson Taffa, director of the MFA CW program at Institute of American Indian Art (IAIA,) will moderate and be in conversation with Bojan Louis, and IAIA Professor of Writing, Carey Powers and student, Brianna G. Reed will read from their works.
  • Oct 07, 6:00 PM MDT
    Collected Works Bookstore, 202 Galisteo St, Santa Fe, NM 87501, USA
    In this collaboration a photographer and an author continue to explore their love of the West and the cultural change taking place in it.
  • Oct 12, 12:00 PM MDT
    Zoom
    So often Africa is depicted simplistically as “one” and not a continent made up 54 separate nations, an arid red landscape of famines and safaris, uniquely plagued by poverty and strife. In his debut book, Dipo Faloyin offers a compelling and needed corrective.
  • Oct 16, 3:00 PM MDT
    Santa Fe Preparatory School, 1101 Camino De Cruz Blanca, Santa Fe, NM 87505, USA
    Presenting insightful analysis of the causes and consequences of the dysfunction in Congress, Breakdown shows how Congress fails at the tasks Americans expect it to perform and, more importantly, how it might begin again to succeed.
  • Oct 25, 6:00 PM MDT
    Collected Works Bookstore, 202 Galisteo St, Santa Fe, NM 87501, USA
    From the author of the acclaimed Pity the Best, a collection of new stories plumbing the depths of American laughter and evil. Robin will be in conversation with author, professor of Creative Writing at UNM, Greg Martin
  • Oct 27, 6:00 PM MDT
    Collected Works Bookstore, 202 Galisteo St, Santa Fe, NM 87501, USA
    A deep-time history of animals and humans in North America, by the best-selling and award-winning author of Coyote America.
  • Oct 30, 3:00 PM MDT
    Collected Works Bookstore, 202 Galisteo St, Santa Fe, NM 87501, USA
    Learn more and celebrate the traditions of honoring those that have passed on. Memento Mori is a visually compelling survey of how the dead live on in memorials around the world. On the Path of Marigolds is one of the most enduring portrayals of Mexico’s famous Day of the Dead ceremony.
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May 20 - 23, 2022

Collected Works was very proud to have been on-site all weekend as the official bookstore of the Santa Fe Festival. Our team was excited to have the opportunity to meet the world-renowned authors who joined us to sign books for fans, like Colson Whitehead, Emily St. John Mandel, Lawrence Wright, Jon Krakauer, Valeria Luiselli, Don Winslow, the amazing chefs from Honey & Co, Bryant Terry, and Asma Khan, and connect again in person to our local, world-renowned authors and poets and friends of Collected Works like Joy Harjo, Sandra Cisneros, Anne Hillerman, James McGrath Morris, Craig Johnson, Hampton Sides, Doug Preston, Cheryl Alters Jameson, and so many more! It was truly a literary feast!

CW Coffeehouse

Proudly serving Iconik Coffee Roasters drip coffee and teas, along with pastries and light fare.

We are excited to offer two delicious quiche options to the breakfast/brunch mix! Come in and try a slice of artichoke with sundried tomato OR green chili cheddar cheese. Both incredible and baked fresh from Chocolate Maven.

 

Our summer specialty drinks: iced lavender matcha latte 

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About Collected Works
Santa Fe's Oldest Locally Owned Bookstore

Collected Works is a full-service general bookstore that has served the Santa Fe community for over 43 years. Our large selection of local travel, Southwest and Native American history, art and architecture books, are complimented by all genres of novels, poetry, and children's books - many by New Mexico authors.

 

We are located on the corner of Galisteo & Water Street in downtown Santa Fe, just blocks from the historic Plaza. Our coffeehouse features organic, locally-roasted coffee from Iconik Coffee Roasters, plus pastries and light fare.

 

Our booksellers hope to see you in the store soon!