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In Honor of Yom HaShoah

In Honor of Yom HaShoah

“In the midst of the deepest despair, I fully realized the meaning of life is life itself.” — Estelle Glaser Laughlin In Honor of Yom HaShoah, we’d like to spotlight… READ MORE

A Timely Reading from Gerrymandering Texas

A Timely Reading from Gerrymandering Texas

In November 2020, we released Gerrymandering Texas and subsequently posted an interview with the book’s editor, Bob Heath. Those masochists who follow the doings of the Texas legislature know that 2021 is a redistricting year, which means that at some… READ MORE

Speaking with Former Texas Poet Laureate Walt McDonald

Speaking with Former Texas Poet Laureate Walt McDonald

Throughout our 50th anniversary year, we will be reflecting on our various publishing endeavors here at Texas Tech University Press. Part of this undertaking involves a celebration of our proudest initiatives. Among them, undoubtedly,… READ MORE

Announcing the Iron Horse Prize

Announcing the Iron Horse Prize

Throughout 2021, our 50th anniversary year, we will not only reflect on past publishing endeavors but also look ahead to fresh initiatives. One such venture is our new Iron Horse Prize for a… READ MORE

Gracious and the New Era of Southern Poetry

Gracious and the New Era of Southern Poetry

The new anthology of southern poetry from TTUP is called Gracious. To celebrate its release, our acquisitions editor, Travis, sat down to talk with Gracious’s editor John Poch (@jpoch) about the nature of anthology-making and… READ MORE