“Gonzales … proves himself a chronicler par excellence of nature—including of the human variety—in this excellent essay collection.”
Winner of the 2020 CantoMundo Poetry Prize
Winner of the 2020 Etel Adnan Poetry Prize
The first new volume of fiction in more than a decade by beloved Arkansas writer Donald Harington.
More than a retelling of the origin story of a democracy born from an intimate connection with the land, this book wagers that socially responsible agrarian mythmaking should be a vital part of a food ethic of resistance.
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“Gonzales, a former National Geographic feature writer, proves himself a chronicler par excellence of nature—including of the human variety—in this excellent essay collection. The psychological nuance and vivid detail throughout will dazzle readers.”—Publishers Weekly...
Each year, readers, writers, and critics alike look forward to Thomas Hauser’s newest collection of articles about the contemporary boxing scene. Reviewing his 2019 collection, Booklist proclaimed, “It’s hard to think of another sports journalist who knows more about...
Volume 9 Issue 2 of Artivate: A Journal of Entrepreneurship in the Arts, is now available. This special edition of Artivate, assembled by guest editor Monika Herzig, contains four articles that explore arts entrepreneurship education. The research in each article was...
Kimberly Behzadi at Food Tank has shared a list of 22 fall books. Behzadi writes, "these 22 books provide insight into food access and justice in BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) communities, the injustices women face in the culinary world, the effects of...
Fayetteville Public Library will host UA Press Author Spotlight, a virtual meeting featuring Brian K. Mitchell and Guy Lancaster discussing Blood in Their Eyes: The Elaine Massacre of 1919, on Wednesday, September 30 at 6pm. The first edition of Grif Stockley’s Blood...
The Ku Klux Klan established a significant foothold in Arkansas in the 1920s, boasting more than 150 state chapters and tens of thousands of members at its zenith. Propelled by the prominence of state leaders such as Grand Dragon James Comer and head of Women of the...