The Literary Press of Texas

We will 

       —stay small 

       —publish only literary works of the quality you would study in a university literature class

       —publish creative nonfiction, fiction, memoirs, and poetry

Coming Soon

"All three contributors to this volume have achieved recognition, both popular and critical. All three are members of the prestigious Texas Institute of Letters. As writers endowed with considerable creativity and as Texans by heritage and commitment, Dalrymple, Craven, and Geyer have lent their compelling voices to this innovative anthology focused on the people and passions of the Lone Star State."
     --Tom Mack, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, University of South Carolina Aiken
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       Released January 18,2018

Award-winning poet Katherine Hoerth's The Lost Chronicles of Slue Foot Sue opens with a poem presenting the birth of a wild Texas red-headed woman who springs full-grown from an ear of corn. She rides away--no doubt on one of those quarter horses on the cover--to vanish in the distance on the High Plains of Texas with the skyline of Amarillo on the horizon.
                  Press Release