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  •    Manuscript Collection: The Prickly Pear Press
    Thu, 18 Apr 2019

    The Prickly Pear Press had an impressive history of publishing critically acclaimed poetry since its founding in 1973 by Dave Oliphant. While primarily a “regional” press, in that most of its authors are Texans, the appeal of its books has been widespread. The press’s publications have been recognized nationally and even internationally for their original designs and for their quality contents. The Special Collections department of the Mary Couts Burnett Library, Texas Christian University, is the depository for the archives of the press as well as the papers of Dave Oliphant, founding editor, and several of the poets published by the press, including William Barney and Joseph Colin Murphey.

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    Dave Oliphant Papers.┬áThe papers consist of correspondence, Oliphant’s writings, and the publications produced by Prickly Pear Press.

    Originally posted 2017-07-10 17:03:46.

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TCU Texas Book Award

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TCU Texas Book Award

The Friends of the TCU Library and TCU Press are co-sponsors of the TCU Texas Book Award. Every 3 years, a prize of $5,000 is given to the author of the best book about Texas published during that period. Fiction, nonfiction, art, photography and other books will be considered; juvenile, young-adult, drama or film scripts, and self-published works are excluded.

Deadline for entries for 2019 will be May 31, 2019, and the award will be presented at the Texas Book Award Dinner on Thursday, October 17, 2019. Additional information is available on the Friends of the TCU Library webpage.