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Author of UA Press's 'Hipbillies' to Speak at Ozark Natural Foods
Jared Phillips’ new book chronicles the 1970s counterculture back-to-the-land movement in the Ozarks.
Prize-Winning Poet Jess Rizkallah to Give Reading, May 12
Award-winning poet Jess Rizkallah will offer a reading of her work at 7 p.m. Sunday, May 12, at Nomads Southtown in Fayetteville.
New UA Press Book Collects Two Centuries of Ozark Literature
Phillip Douglas Howerton, editor of the anthology, will sign books at Fayetteville Public Library and other venues.
UA Press Publishes Crystal Bridges Museum Exhibition Catalog
The lavishly illustrated book, Art for a New Understanding: Native Voices, 1950s to Now, documents the current exhibition at Crystal Bridges.
Gina Franco Named Winner of CantoMundo Poetry Prize
The prize awards $1,000 to a Latina/o poet, with publication of the award winning book by the University of Arkansas Press.
New UA Press Book Shares Stories of Immigration Reform Advocates
U of A sociologist William Schwab will speak about Dreams Derailed and sign books at the Fayetteville Public Library on Sunday, Oct. 7.
Larry Malley, Director Emeritus of the University of Arkansas Press, Dies at 78
Larry Malley’s time at the U of A Press included expansion of titles in civil rights, sports, food and Middle East studies.
Jose Padua Named 2019 Miller Williams Poetry Prize Winner
Padua earned a $5,000 prize for his poetry collection, A Short History of Monsters; Jess Williard named as finalist.
Editor of Oral History of Little Rock School Desegregation to Discuss Book
Laverne Bell-Tolliver will discuss her book – and her experience as one of The First Twenty-Five -- on Feb. 26 in Fayetteville.
Laverne Bell-Tolliver lived through the desegregation of Little Rock’s junior high schools, and compiled The First Twenty-Five to tell the story.