Texas Book Consortium

Texas A&M University Press provides warehousing, fulfillment, and accounting services for the Texas Book Consortium, a group of university and small presses located around the state.

  • TCU Press, Fort Worth
  • Texas State Historical Association Press, Austin
  • University of North Texas Press, Denton
  • State House Press, Abilene
  • Texas Review Press, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville
  • Stephen F. Austin State University Press, Nacogdoches
  • Winedale Publishing, Round Top
  • Shearer Publishing, Fredericksburg

Each of the presses in the Texas Book Consortium acquire and publish their own books, which are then housed and sold by Texas A&M Press from its facility in College Station. Each press brings a distinct character to its publishing program, yet taken together the publishers in the Texas Book Consortium have provided an essential link to the history, culture, and literary life of the state and region, nurturing award-winning and sometimes groundbreaking works of non-fiction, fiction, and poetry.

 

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Texas A&M University Press

Founded in 1974, Texas A&M University Press is the book publishing arm of one of the nation’s leading research and land grant institutions. Throughout its history, the Press has enjoyed strong support from the University and the entire Texas A&M community, and that support has been essential to the Press’s growth and success.

 

WHAT WE PUBLISH

Texas A&M University Press publishes fifty to sixty new titles a year, and they include both works of science and scholarship and books that educate and entertain the general reader. All books are published simultaneously in print and ebook editions and sold all over the world.

The Press’s publishing program spans a range of fields:

  • Texas history, art, and culture
  • American history (Western, military, environmental, ethnic, women’s, and political history)
  • Borderlands, Mexican American, and immigration studies
  • Natural history, natural resource science, agriculture, and the environment
  • Archaeology, nautical archaeology, and physical anthropology
  • Sports and sports history
  • Consumer health and veterinary medicine
  • Digital humanities

See a complete description of the Press here.