Barranca Press publishes literature inspired by international travel.  

The Press gets its name from the many barrancas, canyons, and rifts around the world that are sites of both cultural interaction and division.  In the photo above, the Rio Grande Gorge cuts its way through the high desert near Taos where the Press was born. 

Our booklist includes:

  • Novels,
  • Photo journalism,
  • Children’s Books, and
  • Memoirs.
Barranca Press is an independent press 
based in Taos, New Mexico.

2014 Book Launches

Please let your friends, local schools, and libraries know about these great new books:

Black Rock: the story of an island, an exile and an emperor
a novel by Louise Hoole

El Reto de la Sierra Tarahumara: La Construcción del Ferrocarril Chihuahua al Pacífico
​previously published as 
The Sierra Challenge: The Construction of the Chihuahua al Pacifico Railroad
by Glenn Burgess with Don Burgess