"Castañeda's work is important theoretical work on gender/race/sexuality especially in the Spanish colonial era in California." —Cynthia Orozco, author of No Mexicans, Women, or Dogs Allowed

 

 

"This is a 'must own' book for any conductor or conducting student." —Samuel Adler, Professor of Composition, the Juilliard School

 

 

"This book reveals significance in the lives of ordinary people who, when closely examined, are not ordinary at all." —O. Rufus Lovett, photographer, Weeping Mary

 

 

Joyce Gibson Roach has collected “snippets” of stories, recipes, and traditions of life in Turtle, Texas, which represents many small towns—and the people who inhabit them.

 

This is a collection of legends, customs, and beliefs of the people of the Helotes Settlement near San Antonio. These stories capture the lore of a place similar to lots of other places—our places.

"This collection is full of people who seek extraordinary cures for their ordinary ills. And their stories are as extraordinary as the cures." —Brock Clarke, author of The Happiest People in the World

 

 

“A warm, friendly and creative road map to gluten-free living. A must-have cookbook for any kitchen!” —David Kimmel, Food and Beverage Conceptual Designer 

 

"The combination of biographical facts, history, and anecdotal accounts makes this work unique. Pfautsch was a powerful choral figure, and many conductors mentored under his guidance." —Tim Sharp, Executive Director, American Choral Directors Association

 

 

"This is the best and most complete tracking of Lewis' career." —John Riley, author of The Art of Bop Drumming and holder of Lewis' chair at the Village Vanguard

 

 

New in paperback!

"A 'must read' for anyone interested in Texas history." —Texas Books in Review

December Monthly Feature: UNT Press publishes three books this month: