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 Susie Kalil

 
cloth / 978-1-60344-214-5 / $35.00
 
Presenting the unique vision of an American original . . . Alexandre Hogue, a renowned artist whose career spanned from the 1920s to his death in 1994, inherited the ... More
By Robert Franklin Gish
 
cloth / 978-0-89096-719-5 / $29.95 s
 
The American Southwest has assumed the status of a cultural icon over the last few decades, and one of the writers who helped it to do so was ... More
By Mary Jane Gentry
Edited by T. Lindsay Baker
Foreword by Larry Gatlin
 
cloth / 978-1-58544-629-2 / $29.95 s
 
In its heyday, Thurber was home to coal miners and brick plant workers from Italy, Poland, and as many as fourteen other European nations, not to mention the ... More
By Robert Lee Maril
 
cloth / 978-0-89096-276-3 / $29.95 s
 
A third book in the series is scheduled for publication this fall. CANNIBALS AND

Robert Lee Maril, a professor at Texas Southmost College, has recently written a book that

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By Keith L. Bryant Jr.
 
paper / 978-1-62349-207-6 / $24.95
 
If the Southwest is known for its distinctive regional culture, it is not only the indigenous influences that make it so. As Anglo Americans moved into the territories ... More
By Helen Moore Barthelme
 
cloth / 978-1-58544-119-8 / $29.95
 
Chronicling a literary life that ended not so long ago, Donald Barthelme: The Genesis of a Cool Sound gives the reader a glimpse at the years when Barthelme began to ... More
By Sara L. Spurgeon
 
cloth / 978-1-58544-403-8 / $40.00 s
paper / 978-1-58544-422-9 / $17.95 s
 
The frontier and Western expansionism are so quintessentially a part of American history that the literature of the West and Southwest is in some senses the least regional ... More

Thomas E. Alexander and Dan K. Utley

 
flexbound / 978-1-60344-699-0 / $29.95
 
Each of the wars fought by Texans spawned the creation of scores of military sites across the state, from the lonely frontier outpost at Adobe Walls to the ... More

Kaleta Doolin

Foreword by Davia Nelson

 
flexbound (with flaps) / 978-1-60344-256-5 / $22.00
 
Fritos® Pie is an insider’s look at the never-before-told story of the Frito Company written by Kaleta Doolin, daughter of the company’s founder. Filled with personal anecdotes, more ... More
Mary S. Black
 
flexbound (with flaps) / 978-1-62349-508-4 / $24.95
 
Each year, more than two million visitors enjoy the attractions of the Western Hill Country, with Uvalde as its portal, and the lower Pecos River canyonlands, which stretch ... More