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July|August Alumni Authors

Broken Brain By Joseph Huerta, BA ’89, JD ’93 Joseph Huerta jumped right into personal-injury law after graduating from UT. He had seen it all—from car accidents...

 
 

March|April Alumni Authors

Short Boat on a Long River By Jim Cockrum, BJ ’51, MJ ’55, Life Member St. Paul, Minn., 1904: A boat race is about to begin along the Mississippi River, and...

 
 

UT Press Announces Texas-Sized Book Series [Listen]

In his 1962 book Travels with Charley, John Steinbeck had this to say about Texas: “For all its enormous range of space, climate, and physical appearance,...

 
 

July|August Alumni Authors

Cowboy Stuntman By Dean Smith, ’55, with Mike Cox Dean Smith’s biography is so colorful, it could easily be a film. After growing up in a small Texas town,...

 
 

May|June Alumni Authors

Chickamagua 1863: Rebel Breakthrough By Alexander Mendoza, BJ ’93, Life Member University of North Texas professor Mendoza is an expert in military history. In...

 
 

Alumni Authors

Cancer on the Brain: One Man’s Journey of Baseball, Business, and Beating the Odds By William J. Cobb, MA ’84 Lefevers is a Phoenix real-estate entrepreneur,...

 
 

Good Reads: New Books of Interest for the Longhorn Universe

Patients of the State: The Politics of Waiting in Argentina By Javier Auyero From the checkout line at the grocery store to the DMV, we hate to be kept waiting,...

 
 

Alumni Authors: From James Madison to the Blues

—RECENTLY PUBLISHED— Letters to Alice: Birth of the Kleberg-King Ranch Dynasty by Jane Clements Monday, BS ’63, Distinguished Alumna, and Frances Brannen Vick,...

 
 

Edible Book Festival: Room for Readers, Eaters, and Wit

Can’t see this slideshow? Click here. Have you ever eaten your words? Not like this, you haven’t. Surely the wackiest of UT events, the Edible Book...

 
 

Good Reads: New Books of Interest for the Longhorn Universe

Frank Lloyd Wright, Art Collector: Secessionist Prints From the Turn of the Century By Anthony Alofsin Despite having his Austin home, which he designed himself,...

 
 
 
 
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