Math Tools for Journalists is designed to improve the math skills of journalists by providing them with formulas written in language they can understand and with drill problems developed with an eye to their on- the-job experiences.More info →
Providing a unique combination of viewpoints, ten former University students, journalists, historians and eye-witnesses tell the story of James Meredith’s turbulent but successful path to become the state’s first African American to graduate from the University of Mississippi.
"In Ms. Wickman’s important collection of articles by and about Mr. Meredith and the desegregation of Ole Miss, you will discover a composite biography, documented with superb period photographs, that not even this country’s greatest novelist could have imagined." – New York Sun
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Yoknapatawpha Press is happy to announce the publication of the second edition of William Faulkner: The Cofield Collection, by Jack Cofield, the popular photo-biography of William Faulkner first published in 1978.More info →
AUTHOR: Glennray Tutor (Interview by Zach Tutor, Preface by John Worley)
ART: 236 paintings, 200 pages, hardcover 8.5x11 inches, color, ISBN 9780916242855, Was $55.00, now $29.95
BOOK-LAUNCH: 5 pm Aug. 11 at the Powerhouse Art-er Fringe Festival
NOTE: Glennray Tutor will personally inscribe books by request. In the instructions form with the order please state the names of the person(s) to whom you wish PORTALS to be autographed by Tutor. (The $10.00 postage fee is for each order and does not increase regardless of quantity of books per order.)More info →
AUTHOR: James A. Autry; Preface by John Mack Carter; Introduction by Willie Morris
POETRY: 77 poems, 66 black and white photos, 196 pages, 7x10 inches, paperback, ISBN 9780916242862, $24.95
BOOK LAUNCH: Des Moines, Iowa, (date to be determined), Oxford, MS (date to be determined)
PUB-DATE: Oct. 11, 2018
On the 55th anniversary of the 1962 crisis at Ole Miss, author Kathleen Wickham traces the footsteps of twelve American journalists and examines the unsolved murder of Paul Guihard, a French reporter, the only journalist killed during the civil rights movement. In We Believed We Were Immortal: Twelve Reporters Who Covered the 1962 Integration Crisis at Ole Miss, Wickham details the challenges faced by these journalists and how they managed to overcome beatings, snipers, and a rogue governor to file the news reports reprinted here.More info →
Willie Morris’s collection of sports stories, Always Stand In Against The Curve begins with a novella, “The Fumble,” a sports classic about high school football in the Deep South in 1951. He describes an epic game between the Yazoo High School football team and the omnipotent Central High Tigers of Jackson. Six additional essays about baseball, basketball, practical jokes and a search for the past form chapters of an American boyhood. Illustrated with 28 photos from the 1950-52 Yazoo High School yearbooks. $15.95, trade paperback, 152 pages. ISBN 9780916242824More info →
A photo-history of the 1962 Ole Miss riot featuring the photography of Edwin E. Meek
Regular edition: Was $36.95, Now $19.95
Limited Edition, leather-bound and numbered 1-100,
signed by Ed Meek, Curtis Wilkie, William Winter, Lawrence Wells and Lucia Vinograd. $250.00.
Also includes an 8.5 x 11” b-and-w print of cover picture signed by Ed Meek.
Powerhouse: The Meek School at Ole Miss, by Ronald Farrar, is a history of the University of Mississippi Journalism Department from 1947 to the present. In these pages we see how a worthy academic and professional program evolved from a department to the Meek School of Journalism.More info →
A collection of 21 distinguished biographical essays by one of America's most revered authors; arranged chronologically as Willie Morris moved across America from New York City to Bridgehampton, in eastern Long Island, to Washington, D.C., as journalist in residence at the Washington Star newspaper; and finally, his return in 1980 to his native Mississippi to serve as writer in residence at Ole Miss.More info →