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Literary Washington in National Geographic Traveler

Oct 10, 2012 (4:15 am)

Literary Washington, D.C. gathers the writings of thirty-five authors—from Emily Dickinson to Gore Vidal—on topics as divergent as the comings and goings of presidential administrations to collisions between “domestic Washington” and “official Washington.”  National Geographic Traveler

Brotherly Love Fills Stafford’s Latest Work

Oct 8, 2012 (10:37 am)

The Register-Guard in Eugene, Oregon, calls Kim Stafford's memoir, 100 Tricks Every Boy Can Do: How My Brother Disappeared, a "beautiful and brave story . . . of two inseparable brothers. As boys they walked with arms around each other’s necks joyfully singing, 'We’re pals. We’re pals.' At the doorstep of adulthood they went off to college...

Gretchen Daily Wins Volvo Environment Prize

Sep 28, 2012 (9:03 am)

The Volvo Environment Prize Foundation has choosen Stanford professor Gretchen C. Daily—a remarkable scientist with a profound impact on policy and practice—for its 2012 Volvo Environment Prize. Daily is the author of The Power of Trees and has been widely honored for her contributions. She has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and...

TU Press Director Barbara Ras Honored by Gemini Ink

Sep 27, 2012 (7:35 am)

Poet and Trinity University Press director Barbara Ras was honored by Gemini Ink,  the only literary arts center in San Antonio and South Texas, which celebrated fifteen years of honoring outstanding writers with the Award for Literary Excellence at its annual Inkstravaganza gala Sept. 27. "The Award for Literary Excellence is bestowed on...

Literary Charleston Charms Coast

Sep 27, 2012 (7:34 am)

A top Myrtle Beach travel source finds Literary Charleston and the Lowcountry a "charming and novel idea to get into the history and spirit of the place." The book is the first literary anthology of Charleston, South Carolina, and features short fiction, nonfiction, and poetry to create a captivating collage of the Holy City. Edgar Allan Poe,...

TU Press Wins Independent Publishers Gold and Silver Medals

Sep 26, 2012 (4:05 pm)

Trinity University Press's Haley Mathis accepts the Independent Publisher Gold Medal in Classics for Aelian's On the Nature of Animals, translated by Gregory McNamee, and the Silver Medal for Reagan's Comeback: Four Weeks in Texas That Changed American Politics Forever, by Gilbert Garcia. The "Ippy" Awards, launched in 1996, are designed to...

Gerald Stern Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Sep 26, 2012 (12:19 pm)

National Book Award–winning author and poet Gerald Stern was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, joining 220 new members recognized as some of the world’s most accomplished scholars, scientists, writers, artists, and civic, corporate, and philanthropic leaders. Stern is the author of two books published by Trinity University...

Kim Stafford Shares How a Book Can Set You Free

Sep 20, 2012 (12:46 pm)

Kim Stafford, author of the memoir 100 Tricks Every Boy Can Do, writes an emotional post on the NW Booklovers' blog about seeing the book for the first time. Read more.

Gilbert Garcia Discusses Presidential Election on Fox

Mar 29, 2012 (1:43 pm)

Gilbert Garcia, author of Reagan's Comeback: Four Weeks in Texas That Changed American Politics Forever, appeared on Fox & Friends and Fox Business to discuss the book and how it informs the public during the 2012 presidential election.