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The University of Texas Press Fall | Winter Catalog 2020

Loving Sports When They Don’t Love You Back

Look Inside William Abranowicz’s Book This Far and No Further


Loving Sports When They Don’t Love You Back
Acclaimed sports writers Jessica Luther and Kavitha A. Davidson explore what it means to be a fan, even as moral and ethical dilemmas—from doping to domestic violence—complicate the games we love.

Fangirls: Scenes from Modern Music Culture
Touching on her own experiences as a music obsessive, Hannah Ewens captures the joy and community of young women bonded by their musical fandoms and the impact these fangirls have on the artists they love.

Friday Night Lives
Robert Clark returns to the photographs of the Permian Panthers he took thirty years ago for the iconic Friday Night Lights, with a selection of his previously unpublished photos plus portraits of the players and the community as they are today.

Thai Fresh
Chef Jam Sanitchat delivers a charming love letter in the form of a cookbook to the Austin community she has embraced, supported, and fed since 2008.

All I Ever Wanted
Go-Go’s bassist Kathy Valentine’s story is a roller coaster of sex, drugs, and of course, music; it’s also a story of what it takes to find success and find yourself, even when it all comes crashing down.

Glitter Up the Dark
From the Beatles to Prince to Perfume Genius, Glitter Up the Dark takes a historical look at the voices that transcended gender and the ways music has subverted the gender binary.

Go Ahead in the Rain: Notes to a Tribe Called Quest
The first chronicle of A Tribe Called Quest—the visionary, award-winning group whose jazz-infused records and socially conscious lyrics revolutionized rap in the early 1990s.

The Jemima Code
Showcasing one of the world’s largest private collections of African American cookbooks, ranging from rare nineteenth-century texts to modern classics by Edna Lewis and Vertamae Grosvenor, this lavishly illustrated collection speaks volumes about America’s food culture.

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