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      To celebrate the arrival of summer, Texas Tech University Press is offering the following eight titles at a discount of 35% off list price (plus tax and shipping): 
          
 
America's 100th Meridian 
A Plains Journey
Photographs and text by Monte Hartman  
with an essay by William Kittredge 
$39.95 cloth | 978-0-89672-561-4  
  
 
If I Was a Highway
Michael Ventura
Foreword by Dan Flores
Photographs by Butch Hancock
Preface by Andy Wilkinson
$29.95 cloth | 978-0-89672-706-9
  
 
In the Shadow of the Carmens
Afield with a Naturalist in the Northern Mexico Mountains
  Bonnie Reynolds McKinney
Foreword by David H. Riskind
$39.95 cloth | 978-0-89672-764-9
   
   
 
 Little Big Bend
Common, Uncommon, and Rare Plants of
Big Bend National Park
  Roy Morey 
$34.95 paper | 978-0-89672-613-0
  
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Llano Estacado
An Island in the Sky
Edited by Stephen Bogener and William Tydeman
Introduction by Barry Lopez
$45.00 cloth | 978-0-89672-682-6
  
 
  
Lone Star Wildflowers
A Guide to Texas Flowering Plants
LaShara J. Nieland and Willa F. Finley
$29.95 paper | 978-0-89672-644-4
  
  
   
Available in September 2013! 
Preorder now with promo code for 35% discount
  
  Route 66
A Road to America's Landscape, History, and Culture
Markku Henriksson
Foreword by Susan A. Miller
$65.00 cloth | 978-0-89672-677-2
$39.95 paper | 978-0-89672-825-7
  
  
  
The Story of Palo Duro Canyon
Edited by Duane Guy
Foreword by Frederick W. Rathjen
$17.95 paper | 978-0-89672-453-2
  
  
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Several Great Reviews of

Texas Tech University Press Titles!

 

 

 

 

  

Dressing Modern Maternity:

The Frankfurt Sisters of Dallas and the Page Boy Label was recently reviewed by the Slate Book Review. To read the review, please click on the following link:

  

http://slate.me/1agKNij

  

Kay Goldman's research centers on Jewish business people in Texas and their relationship with the surrounding culture. She has also researched the history of the National Council of Jewish Women in Louisiana and Texas. 

 

 

 

 

 Seat of Empire:

The Embattled Birth of Austin, Texas

receives a review in True West magazine:

 

http://bit.ly/10OHDPR 

 

Jeffrey S. Kerr is the author of two other books on Texas history, Austin, Texas: Then and Now and The Republic of Austin. He also writes a regular history column for the online periodical Austin Post. 

 

 

 

 

Moment Magazine's review of

The American Sun & Wind Moving Picture Company:

 

http://bit.ly/1508058 

 

Jay Neugeboren is the author of nineteen books, including two prize-winning novels (The Stolen Jew, Before My Life Began), two award-winning books of nonfiction (Imagining Robert, Transforming Madness), and four award-winning collections of stories.    

 

To view these and other TTU Press titles,

please visit our website:

  

www.ttupress.org 

 

  

 

Jerry Craft interviewed for 
KFDX's "Touring Texoma" series

 

 

   

 

Jerry Craft talks about being the first white man to play in the West Texas Colored Leagues and his books Our White Boy and Pitching for the Stars

 

http://bit.ly/12SHXOr 

 

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Adapted for young readers from
Our White Boy
Pitching for the Stars
My Seasons Across the Color Line 
Jerry Craft and Kathleen Sullivan
$18.95 cloth, litho case |
 978-0-89672-787-8 
 $14.95 e-book | 978-0-89672-788-5

             
Stories of life and death, revenge and healing, and the lingering effects of the Holocaust
A House Too Small
And Other Stories
Ezra Hirschman
Foreword by Alan Berger
$26.95 cloth | 978-0-89672-795-3
$19.95 e-book | 978-0-89672-796-0
  
 
 
  
       
Memoir of a Texas Olympian in Hollywood
Cowboy Stuntman
From Olympic Gold to the Silver Screen

Dean Smith with Mike Cox

Foreword by James Garner 

$29.95 cloth | 978-0-89672-789-2

$21.95 e-book |  978-0-89672-790-8

 

    

            
2013 winner of the Walt McDonald First-Book Competition in Poetry
Tour of the Breath Gallery
Poems
Sarah Pemberton Strong
 
$21.95 cloth | 978-0-89672-794-6
  

COMING SOON

 

          

 

Trail Sisters
Freedwomen in Indian Territory, 1850-1890

Linda Williams Reese

$39.95 cloth | 978-0-89672-810-3

$29.95 e-book | 978-0-89672-811-0 

 

 

                     

 

 

   

 

Charlie One Five
A Marine Company's Vietnam War 

Nicholas Warr
$39.95 cloth | 978-0-89672-797-7
$29.95 e-book | 978-0-89672-798-4

 

  

 

  

 

     

 

Hog's Exit
Jerry Daniels, the Hmong, and the CIA
Gayle L. Morrison
$85.00 cloth | 978-0-89672-791-5
$39.95 paper | 978-0-89672-792-2
$24.95 e-book | 978-0-89672-793-9

 

 

     

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AUTHOR EVENTS

    

Dean Smith

Cowboy Stuntman 

 

 

Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame

July 27, 2013

Forth Worth, TX 

 

  

Gayle L. Morrison 

Hog's Exit 

 

Montana Festival of the Book

October 10-12, 2013

Missoula, MT

 

 

Estelle Glaser Laughlin

Transcending Darkness

 

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

August 7, 2013

Washington, DC 

 

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September 5-8, 2013

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October 11-13, 2013

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