David Michael Pritchett, J. Drew Lanham

Debut essay collection exploring landscapes and mythologies at the intersection of environmental, indigenous, and social justice

At the End of the World

Lawrence Millman, Ryan Murdock

An exploration of indigenous trauma, climate change, and digital culture in the shadow of a series of Inuit murders in Canada in 1941

Life in the Tar Seeps

Gretchen Ernster Henderson

Finding an intricate web of life in the tar seeps of the Great Salt Lake

A Rock between Two Rivers

Hugh Asa Fitzsimons III

The story of a man coming to terms with the environmental legacy of his family’s Texas ranch

West of the Creek

David Bowser

Hidden and long-forgotten stories of frontier San Antonio

Dispatches from the End of Ice

Beth Peterson

Science and storytelling about the search to understand disappearance

Native Texan

Joe Holley

Essay collection offers a lively, surprising tour of small town and big city Texas

Witness to War

Susan Toomey Frost, Walter Elias Hadsell, Claudia Canales

A stunning visual account of the 1914 U.S. invasion of Mexico

Quotable Texas

Joe Holley

A collection of memorable lines, regretful remarks, and soulful sayings about the Lone Star State

Living in the West

John Brinckerhoff Jackson, Peter Brown

A Story of Stories from a Texas Border Barrio

Cristina Devereaux Ramírez, Pat Mora

Worth Repeating

Paul Flahive, Tori Pool, Burgin Streetman

Nonfiction essays from San Antonio’s Texas Public Radio Worth Repeating live storytelling series

Iceland Summer

Kurt Caswell, Julia Oldham

Drawn by the natural beauty, rich literary tradition, and charming eccentricities of the island nation, two lifelong friends journey across Iceland