Publishers of academic & trade books in Austin, Texas.

  • Talk about an interesting podcast series! Stephen Cox unpacks the core of American Christianity, its diversity of belief, and how it has changed over the centuries into the digital age.

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This Jeeves and Wooster-inspired book art bench is fantastic. Which of London’s Books about Town art bench is your favorite?

Want some free education? utaustin's free massive open online course (MOOC) returns this fall, but if you can’t take the course, get the enhanced e-book; it draws intriguing connections between philosophy, art, literature, and history, illuminating our world and our place in it.

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Media depends on machines, right? If you’ve studied how technological change impacts media and culture, The Velvet Light Trap wants your work by August 1: utpressnews.blogspot.com »

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Calm down, Homer. It’s the final days of texasmonthly's Texas Barbecue Week! Satiate yourself in these joints tested by Robb Walsh and O. Rufus Lovett on their BBQ odysseyProceeds from this week benefit foodwaystexas:

Barbecue Crossroads can tell you where to get authentic pit-smoked ‘cue, BUT its 70+ detailed recipes can help you fix up your pit and transform you into the pit master Homer aspires to be.

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Here’s how Rebecca made her very impressive art contest entry. On our blog, we examine the original art from Midcentury Modern Art in Texas and let our staff artists speak: utpressnews.blogspot.com »

Can. Not. Wait.

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It’s World Snake Day! Texas has its share of snakes, so get to know our native snakes with some field guides

Venomous Snakes of Texas

If you don’t care to hear a rattle in the wild, Frank Dobie has some folklore about rattlesnakes for the less adventurous.

Rattlesnakes by J. Frank Dobie

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Nope, we’re not done with our staff art contest. Sitting in for the nuns in this Jerry Bywaters painting from Midcentury Modern Art in Texas are our production manager Ellen and our director’s assistant Allison. Is it a good look for them?

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Next time you’re standing in a Mexican plaza, think about the synthesis of Aztec human sacrifice and the Christian eucharist tradition. Excellent read from Marginalia Review of Books: marginalia.lareviewofbooks.org »