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Change of Address
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To order back issues, call our editorial offices at 1-505-827-7447, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., MST. Individual back issues from the 1990s and 2000s, if available, are priced at $8 each (includes shipping and handling). Issues from the 1980s are $10 and issues from the 1970s are $15. Older issues are also for sale, but often vintage issues are sold out, so do call to check on the pricing and availability.

Advertising
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Editorial Email Addresses

letters@nmmagazine.com
To send a letter to the New Mexico Magazine mailbag (please include your city and state).

queries@NMMagazine.com
To propose an article or send a query to New Mexico Magazine.

Photographer and Writer Guidelines

Click to view our current photographer and writer guidelines online.

artdirector@nmmagazine.com
To submit portfolio ideas or to ask about the magazine's photo needs.

calendar@nmmagazine.com
To submit a calendar listing for the magazine. The deadline is 3½ months before the issue in which the event is to appear. Events should interest the visitor and be open to the public. The New Mexico Tourism Department accepts event listings for its online events calendar, which also powers New Mexico Magazine's online calendar. Submissions can be made online.

fifty@nmmagazine.com
To submit an anecdote for the One of Our Fifty Is Missing column. Please include your city and state.

Web Site/Internet

web@mmagazine.com
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