• “Bob Bilyeu Camblin was one of boomtown Houston’s most committed, talented, and enigmatic artists; a mystical trickster-figure ripe for rediscovery.”—Pete Gershon, author of Collision: The Contemporary Art Scene in Houston, 1972-1985




  • “Detailed accounts of cards draw you in and make you a believer.”—Robert Bogdan, co-author of Real Photo Postcard Guide: The People’s Photography

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    “This is the book I always wanted to write but Maestro Rescigno beat me to it.”—Arthur Fagen, Music Director, Atlanta Opera

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    Country Cop highlights well not only the unique and varied role the sheriff’s office plays in law enforcement, but the many challenges faced by rural police agencies.”—Willard Oliver, author of Homeland Security for Policing

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    “This is a significant contribution—a previously unexplored chapter of the Earp story.”—Gary L. Roberts, author of Doc Holliday and co-editor of A Wyatt Earp Anthology

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    This anthology collects the winners of the recent Best American Newspaper Narrative Writing Contest, run by the Mayborn Literary Nonfiction Conference.

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    “Parsons offers his readers a true story of duty, sacrifice, and heartbreak.”—Darren L. Ivey, author of The Ranger Ideal Volume 1 and Volume 2

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    “Deeply researched and elegantly written, Obstinate Heroism offers the best scholarly explanation of why and how Confederates ingloriously yet often grudgingly succumbed to defeat after Lee’s surrender.”—T. Michael Parrish, co-editor of Brothers in Gray

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    “Drawing on an unrivaled scholarly understanding of the subject matter, Staudt provides a contextually centered and expertly detailed analysis of the evolution and impact of the Industrial Areas Foundation affiliates in Texas.”—Mark P. Jones, Rice University

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    “This is a book of arresting authenticity.”—Peter Balakian, Pulitzer-Prize winner and judge

UNT Press publishes two books this month: 

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