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  • Dancing Nakedby Mary Rogers

    TCU Press 2008; US$ 15.95

    Almost every journalist asks the subjects of profiles to tell the truth. Only Mary Rogers requires them to ?dance naked.? To Rogers, an award-winning columnist for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram , that term signifies a pact between the writer, the subject and the reader: only when stories eliminate artifice and express honest beliefs and emotions... more...

  • Legacy of the Sacred Harpby Chloe Webb

    TCU Press 2010; US$ 15.95

    In Legacy of the Sacred Harp , author Chloe Webb follows the history of this musical form back four hundred years, and in the process uncovers the harrowing legacy of her Dumas family line. Webb set out on a personal quest to reconnect with her ancestors who composed, sang, and lived by the words of Sacred Harp... more...

  • Woman of the Peopleby Benjamin Capps; James Ward Lee

    TCU Press 1999; US$ 15.95

    A Woman of the People is one of Texas? best-known and most-respected novels. In this story of the Texas frontier, Capps dramatizes the capture by a Comanche band of a ten-year-old white girl and her five-year-old sister from the upper reaches of the Brazos River a decade before the Civil War. As the narrative progresses, Helen Morrison slowly?and... more...

  • Galvestonby Gary Cartwright

    TCU Press 1998; US$ 15.95

    ?Coming down the coastal prairie from Houston on Interstate 45, you can smell the ghosts before you can see or hear them. They smell sweet and moldy, like the unfocused memory of some lost sensation jarred unexpectedly to mind.??from Chapter One more...

  • Crossing Rio Pecosby Patrick Dearen

    TCU Press 2012; US$ 15.95

    The Pecos River flows snake-like out of New Mexico and across West Texas before striking the Rio Grande. In frontier Texas, the Pecos was more moat than river?a deadly barrier of quicksand, treacherous currents, and impossibly steep banks. Only at its crossings, with legendary names such as Horsehead and Pontoon, could travelers hope to gain passage.... more...

  • Heads, Hides and Hornsby Larry Barsness

    TCU Press 2013; US$ 15.95

    This thoroughly researched and superbly written book combines history, myth, folklore, and fiction to tell the story not only of the buffalo but of the relationship between buffalo and man on the North American continent. Synthesizing larger and longer histories of this unique animal, this book traces the history of the buffalo from the time it led... more...

  • Memoirs of an Obscure Professorby Paul F. Boller

    TCU Press 2013; US$ 15.95

    During the heyday of McCarthyism, the Chicago Tribune , offended by something he had written, contemptuously dismissed Paul Boller as "an obscure professor" - he was then teaching at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. Some forty-five years later, reflecting on the incident, Boller wrote an essay on what it was like to be an obscure professor... more...

  • Here's to the Ladiesby Carla Kelly

    TCU Press 2013; US$ 15.95

    Carla Kelly wants to tell the truth, to discard myths about the U.S. Army during the Indian Wars. This collection of nine stories set in the era of the frontier army gives an entertaining and educational glimpse into a world not often explored in fiction. ?Kathleen Flaherty?s Long Winter? weaves a tale of an Irish woman who has no choice but to... more...

  • Riff, Ram, Bah, Zoo! Football Comes to TCUby Ezra Hood; Gary Patterson

    TCU Press 2013; US$ 15.95

    Riff, Ram, Bah, Zoo, Lickety Lickety, Zoo Zoo, Who Wah, Wah Who, Give 'em hell, TCU! Ezra Hood?s Riff, Ram, Bah, Zoo! Football Comes to TCU (named after TCU's "Riff, Ram" cheer, one of the oldest known cheers in the nation) traces the origins of Texas Christian University, a tiny liberal arts college in Waco, Texas, to its induction into the Southwest... more...

  • Nothing to Loseby Jim Sanderson

    TCU Press 2014; US$ 15.95

    Roger Jackson is a grouch. He drinks too much with the wrong sorts of people. He dislikes where he lives?Beaumont, Texas, a small, humid southeast Texas town caught between a marsh and an impenetrable forest, between racial and social strife, between rival versions of Jesus. He dislikes his job?taking photos of cheating spouses. He dislikes his past.... more...