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    “Chaplain Johnson’s book should be required reading by national leaders before they consider whether to commit our troops to combat.”—James P. Maloney, Major General, USA, Retired

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    “In Return of the Gar Mark Spitzer is fighting the good fight, teaching us about a fish that’s in trouble and explaining to us why we should care—one quirky story at a time.”—Zeb Hogan, host of National Geographic’s Monster Fish series

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    "No book covers JFK's popular memory as comprehensively as Paul Santa Cruz does."—James N. Giglio, author of The Presidency of John F. Kennedy

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    Long overdue, this book’s astute and finely written essays examine the European philosophical and artistic antecedents of Porter’s novel and connect it to her experience as an American woman modernist.”—Alfred Corn, author of Miranda’s Book

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    "A must read for current and future joint force commanders and their staffs."—Peter R. Mansoor, author of The GI Offensive in Europe

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    "Ambitious and exigent, these poems are refreshingly alert to all of the formal necessities of contemporary poetry."— Averill Curdy, author of Song and Error and judge

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    "Thoroughly investigated by top-notch authors, Death on Base is a shocking story of mass murder that will chill to the bone."—Ann Rule, America's foremost writer of true crime


  • This anthology collects the twelve winners of the 2013 Best American Newspaper Narrative Writing Contest, run by the Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference, Frank W. Mayborn Graduate Institute of Journalism, University of North Texas.

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    "Fans of authentic Wild West history will leap at the opportunity to purchase the first authentic account of this legendary character."—Robert K. DeArment, author of Bat Masterson

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    “Hilarious and heartbreaking, this memoir is a real page-turner as well as a remarkably accurate account of one extraordinarily gifted musician’s professional ups and (alas!) downs. Anshel Brusilow tells it like it was, con brio and molto vivace.”—Gary Graffman, pianist

August Monthly Feature: UNT Press publishes a new paperback this month.