Summer is the perfect time to kick back, relax, and pick up a memoir written by one of our authors. With our summer reading sale, you can get our nonfiction books for 50% off! From now until the end of July, Lincoln City Libraries is promoting its annual summer reading program and adult readers have the opportunity to win a 40% discount coupon from UNP if they complete the program! Register for the program here. Need help picking your next read? Check out a list of some of our memoirs below: Shadow Migration by Suzanne Ohlmann Let Me Count the … Continue reading Memoir Summer Reading List
The San Antonio Book Festival celebrates national and local authors and their contributions to the culture of literacy, ideas, and imagination. The festival takes place all day on Saturday, May 21, located downtown at the Central Library (600 Soledad Street) … Continue reading UNP Authors at the San Antonio Book Festival
The following is from the University of Nebraska Press Fall 2019 Newsletter, i.e. Timothy J. Hillegonds has published work in the Los Angeles Review of Books, the Rumpus, Brevity, and other publications. He lives in Chicago with his wife and … Continue reading Why I Write: By Timothy J. Hillegonds
Book Birthdays celebrate one year of a book’s life in tweets, reviews, and more. This month we’re saying Happy First Book Birthday to When We Were Ghouls: A Memoir of Ghost Stories by Amy E. Wallen. About the Book: When Amy E. … Continue reading Happy Book Birthday to When We Were Ghouls!
Micah McCrary’s work has been published in the Los Angeles Review of Books, Rumpus, Midwestern Gothic, Identity Theory, and Third Coast. He is an assistant editor at Hotel Amerika, a contributing editor at Assay, and a founding coeditor of con•text. In my essay “Two Cities,” I wrote … Continue reading From the Desk of Micah McCrary: Growing Pains
The singular American life is a source of endless diversity, and the methods of telling the life are as important as the details themselves. The American Lives series, called “splendid” by Newsweek, features works of creative or literary memoir that, … Continue reading A Closer Look at the American Lives Series
The following is an excerpt from Pain Woman Takes Your Keys, and Other Essays from a Nervous System (Nebraska, March 2017) by Sonya Huber. Huber is an associate professor of English at Fairfield University. She is the author of Opa Nobody (Nebraska, 2008), Cover Me: … Continue reading Excerpt: Pain Woman Takes Your Keys
The University of Nebraska Press is ready to make a splash at the AWP16 Conference & Bookfair in Los Angeles, California. Below find a list of dates and times where you can meet our authors to have your books signed and writing-related … Continue reading UNP at AWP