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Travis Mossotti Named 2018 Miller Williams Poetry Prize Winner
Roy Bentley and P. Scott Cunningham named as finalists
Jeff Shannon to Present Shadow Patterns at Two Arkansas Events
U of A professor will discuss new book about renowned Arkansas architect Fay Jones at Arkansas Arts Center, Fayetteville Public Library
University of Arkansas Press to Hold Warehouse Sale
Overstocked books for sale, spanning 37 years of the U of A Press’ publishing history, all going at bargain prices.
UA Press Author Kenneth Barnes Wins Ragsdale Award
Anti-Catholicism in Arkansas wins Arkansas Historical Association’s award for best book on Arkansas history.
University of Arkansas Press Hires New Design and Production Manager
Barbara Karwhite is replacing the recently retired Brian King as the new director of editing, design and production.
Author Mohja Kahf to Read from 'Hagar Poems' and Other Work
U of A professor will read her poetry and sign her new her book from UA Press during two local events.
Two University of Arkansas Press Books Named 'Outstanding Academic Titles'
A documentary history of Arkansas’ secession and a book of essays on African American foods were honored by Choice Reviews.
Scholar to Discuss the Black Panther Party, 50 Years Later
Curtis J. Austin, expert on Black Power movements, will speak at 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10, at the Arkansas Union Theatre.
Author to Discuss 'The Improbable Life of the Arkansas Democrat'
Jerry McConnell will discuss and sign his book from UA Press at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 23, in the Fayetteville Public Library.
Author to Discuss and Sign 'Champion Trees of Arkansas' From UA Press
Linda Williams Palmer will speak at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 18, at the Fayetteville Public Library.