• “Brewer presents a very detailed yet coherent and balanced view of Metheny’s musical growth, and the KC area musicians that were part of that development.”—Terry Perkins, reviewer for Downbeat magazine



  • “Ua Cathail’s Irish-language tales anticipate Twain and Hemingway in a multicultural world of settlers, shysters, and simple idealists still confronted by the challenge of Native Americans.”—Declan Kiberd, author of Inventing Ireland

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    “A feast of good writing by a native son who shares his love of hometown and history with us.”—Ron Tyler, Director (retired), Amon Carter Museum of American Art



  • “Every Lash sings of our complex human entanglements with places, the past and all the other creatures we meet on the road.”—Jenny Browne, Texas Poet Laureate, author of Dear Stranger and judge




  • “This is character-driven fiction at its finest.”—Zach VandeZande, author of Liminal Domestic: Stories and judge



  • “This is an extraordinary anthology—there isn’t a dull piece in the bunch, and the most striking stories are as riveting as any work of war literature I know.”—Steven Trout, author of On the Battlefield of Memory



  • Changing Perspectives provides a wealth of detail on how Houston’s Jews navigated the racial politics of the places they lived.”—Hasia R. Diner, author of The Jews of the United States, 1654 to 2000




  • In TFS Extra Book #28, Beatrice Upshaw shares her memories of growing up in County Line, which began as a freedom colony in East Texas.


  • “A powerful springboard for those who wish to delve more deeply into such subjects as counterinsurgency, the history of the Republic of Vietnam, and the organizational culture of the United States Marine Corps.”—Bruce I. Gudmunsson, co-author of On Infantry

UNT Press publishes two books this month: 

Announcing a new series in military history from UNT Press: The American Military and Society

From the birth of the United States to today, the American military has served as more than just the sword and shield of the republic, but also as an unheralded sociological laboratory that initiated significant reforms within its confines and into the greater society that it sought to protect.  Works in The American Military and Society Series examine in a broad fashion subjects that investigate the military’s unique role as a societal influencer.  In particular, we welcome monograph submissions that grapple with the impact of the military on issues of race, gender, sexuality, religion, class, and politics, as well as environmental, economic, and cultural concerns. Those interested in publishing in the series should submit a proposal, CV, and sample chapters (if available) to the series editor, Geoffrey W. Jensen (JensenG2@erau.edu) for consideration. Click here for more information.