TCU Press seeks to expand upon the university’s core mission through the discovery, development, and
dissemination of knowledge by the publication of significant, relevant, and innovative titles in the areas of
history and literature of Texas and the American West, with a distinct focus on the discovery and
preservation of local history.
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El Paso 120 photographs by Mark A. Paulda
Deep in the Art of Texas edited by Michael W. Duty
If in Later Years poems by Ronald E. Moore
- Thomas Zigal, author of Many Rivers to Cross, received the Texas Institute of Letters's Jesse Jones Award for Fiction. Finalists in other categories included Nick Kotz's The Harness Maker's Dream, Patricia Vermillion's Texas Chili? Oh My!, and Karla K. Morton's Hometown, Texas.
- Ben Rehder's The Chicken Hanger received the Philosophical Society of Texas's Award of Merit for Fiction. James Ward Lee's A Texas Jubilee was an honorable mention in the same category. Fair Park Deco, by Jim Parsons and David Bush, was named an honorable mention in the nonfiction category.
- Thursday - Saturday 10/2-10/4 - East Texas Historical Association annual meeting in Nacogdoches, Texas.
- Friday - Saturday 10/10-10/11 - Books in the Basin in Midland, Texas.
- Saturday - Sunday 10/25-10/26 - Texas Book Festival in Austin, Texas.
- Saturday 11/1 - Texas Literary Hall of Fame annual banquet in Kelly Center at TCU.