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'Louis I. Kahn: The Nordic Latitudes' Published by UA Press, Fay Jones School
A new book by Per Olaf Fjeld and Emily Randall Fjeld will be celebrated with a Dec. 11 book signing in Vol Walker Hall on the university campus.
University of Arkansas Press to Publish Open-Access Journal
The University of Arkansas Press has acquired the peer-reviewed publication Artivate: A Journal of Entrepreneurship in the Arts.
Sara Lupita Olivares Named Winner of CantoMundo Poetry Prize
The winner receives a $1,000 prize and publication of their book through the University of Arkansas Press.
Etel Adnan Poetry Prize Winner Zaina Alsous to Read at Fayetteville Poetry Festival, Oct. 12
Zaina Alsous, Arab-American poet and winner of the Etel Adnan Poetry Prize, will read from her prizewinning poetry collection A Theory of Birds (University of Arkansas Press) on Saturday, Oct. 12.
Third Annual Poetry Festival Brings Celebrated Poets to Northwest Arkansas
A U.S.-China Poetry Dialogue will lead off a series of public readings and workshops on Oct. 11 and 12. It is sponsored in part by the King Fahd Center, the U of A Press and the Multicultural Center.
UA Press Author to Speak at Fayetteville Public Library
Ben F. Johnson III will discuss Arkansas’ political, economic, social and cultural history from 1930 to the present.
Etel Adnan Poetry Prize Winner Zaina Alsous to Read at Fayetteville Poetry Festival, Oct 12
Zaina Alsous, Arab-American poet and winner of the Etel Adnan Poetry Prize, will read from her prizewinning poetry collection A Theory of Birds on Saturday, Oct. 12.
Jayson Iwen Named 2020 Miller Williams Poetry Prize Winner
Iwen earns a $5,000 prize for his poetry collection; Judy Halebsky and Angie Mazakis named as finalists.
Author of UA Press's 'Hipbillies' to Speak at Fayetteville Roots Festival
Jared Phillips will be part of a panel that discusses the counterculture movement in the Ozarks in the 1970s.
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.