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Black Like Me: The Definitive Griffin Estate Edition

by John Howard Howard Griffin, Studs Terkel & Robert Bonazzi

This American classic has been corrected from the original manuscripts and indexed, featuring historic photographs and an extensive biographical afterword.


Song of the Golden Scorpion

by Alma Luz Villanueva

Xochiquetzal and Javier meet at a resort near Puerto Vallarta and begin a highly erotic love affair of 12 years, which extends beyond, into the Mayan Sixth World. There’s a weaving of dreams as they meet crucial...


Last Call

by David Lee

Few poets of Western America fill the “organic intellectual” role better than David Lee. His poetry is the real deal when it comes to recording hilariously insightful—and linguistically accurate—observations...


Stunned Into Being: Essays on the Poetry of Lorna Dee Cervantes

by Eliza Rodriguez y. Gibson

Lorna Dee Cervantes is a pivotal figure throughout the Chicano literary movement and this book gathers 30 years’ worth of essays and articles about her as well as interviews with her. A fifth-generation Californian...


El Paso Days

by Elroy Bode & Robert Bonazzi

The thoughts, scenes, and observations gathered in this collection written by an aging Elroy Bode concern themselves on the surface with the daily happenings during a typical year, reflecting the author’s...


Indios: A Poem . . . A Performance

by Linda Hogan & Lois Beardslee

Filled with powerful imagery, this poem relates the tragic story of Indios, a native woman falsely accused of the death of her children. As it echoes the plight of other women like Indios—including Malinche,...


Strange You Never Knew

by Robert A Fink

The thematic motif found within these poems is one of "knowing," the desire to know the mystery of love of different types and on different levels—touching earth and pushing off, flesh and spirit, the life...


The Rhizome as a Field of Broken Bones

by Margaret Randall

A poetry collection about connectivity, this book argues that humankind is linked by its concerns for global human rights and a sustainable global climate. Named for a root system that connects seemingly...


Skin Deep and Other Teenage Reflections

by Angela Shelf Medearis

Offering a powerful-but-playful portrait of urban teens—especially teens of color—this collection of poetry is at once rife with contemporary issues as well as the timeless challenges of high school. Whether...


A Bridge from Darkness to Light: Thirteen Young Photographers Explore Their Afghanistan

by Bill Wright

In 2006, Texas historian and photographer Bill Wright traveled to Afghanistan to teach a course—sponsored by the Afghan NGO ASCHIANA, which seeks to support working children and their families—on digital...


Strange Angels

by William Pitt Root

In this first major collection in nearly a decade from a revered American poet, William Pitt Root concerns himself with those extremes—spiritual, physical, or both—at which social and cultural forms disintegrate,...


The Rood and the Torc: The Song of Kristinge, Son of Finn

by Matthew Dickerson

When Kristinge, a young monk at a monastery in southeastern France, discovers he is the son of a famous Frisian hero and king who died in battle six years earlier, he leaves the monastic life and sets out in...


The Light That Puts an End to Dreams: New and Selected Poems

by Susan Sherman, Margaret Randall & Josephine Sacabo

An autobiography told in poems, this selection of work spans more than 40 years, beginning with the avant-garde arts movement and political activism of the 1960s. A mixture of intense political poems, intimate...


Beneath the Halo

by Celeste Guzman Mendoza

Divided into four sections, Beneath the Halo explores various aspects of Celeste Guzman Mendoza’s experience as a Tejana, a native Texan of Mexican-American descent. She brings the landscapes and cultural...


The Devil's Fingers & Other Personal Essays

by James Hoggard

The more than two dozen personal essays in this new collection by one of Texas’s master storytellers range from travel pieces about Havana and London to stories about small-town exotics that are funny, nervy,...


Dark Plums

by Maria Espinosa

Set in the late 1950s, this provocative novel follows Adrianne, a Houston native who has recently arrived in Manhattan and wanders the city having indiscriminate sex with strangers. She soon falls in with Alfredo,...


Praise from a Future Generation: The Assassination of John F. Kennedy and the First Generation Critics of the Warren Report

by John Kelin

Finely written and meticulously documented, this book describes how—very early on—a small group of ordinary citizens began extraordinary efforts to demonstrate that the JFK assassination could not have...


Again for the First Time

by Rosemary Catacalos, Naomi Shihab Nye & Arthur Sze

Originally published in 1984 to great acclaim, including being awarded the Texas Institute of Letters Poetry Prize, this stirring collection of poems pairs and often plays against the mythologies of the author’s...


Sueno

by Lorna Dee Cervantes & Juan Felipe Herrera

In this, the fifth major collection of poetry from the iconic Chicana–Native American poet Lorna Dee Cervantes, each poem is intellectually insightful, linguistically playful, politically intense, and sensually...


Devil's Tango: How I Learned the Fukushima Step by Step

by Cecile Pineda

As much personal journal as investigative journalism, this second edition traces the worsening developments at Fukushima Daiichi during the first year following the nuclear disaster. Often poetic in tone and...