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Singing Wind, Cochise County, Arizona

MOSEY DOWN A LONG BUMPY dirt road in Arizona’s San Pedro Valley, and you’ll find the Singing Wind Bookstore, located on a working cattle ranch and focusing on books of the American Southwest.
The Singing Wind Bookstore is over 40 years old and specializes in books that celebrate the culture and writers of the southwest, including non-fiction, fiction, journalism, and more.

Winifred Bundy and her husband purchased the Singing Wind Ranch in 1956 and after completion of a Master’s Degree in library science and working to compile all the inventory, the Singing Wind Bookstore opened its doors in 1974.

Bundy knows just about every regional author around, and her shop sells signed copies of most of her books. The shelves aren’t labeled, and visitors must rely on a tour from Bundy or one of her staff to find what they are looking for.
In the age of Amazon and Kindles, the Singing Wind Bookstore continues to stand the test of time, relying on nothing more than word-of-mouth marketing.



Billy Sedlmayr, singing wind