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Con[text]ual

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Con[text]ual: Illuminating the intersection of visual art and text in the context of ideas that deepen our understanding of the contemporary world.

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Innovative Prose

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Series Editor: Katie Jean Shinkle

Innovative Prose highlights fiction, creative nonfiction, and/or hybrid works by underrepresented and minority authors.

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The Margaret Lea Houston Series

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The Margaret Lea Houston Series highlights exceptional work by Texas women poets. This series was founded to honor former Texas First Lady Margaret Lea Houston and her contributions to and support of poetry.

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Queer Victimology

Series Editors: Shelly Clevenger, Shamika M. Kelley, Kathleen Ratajczak

This series focuses on issues related to Queer Victimology, or victimization and involvements of Queer people and/or those within the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, intersex, asexual (LGBTQIA+) communities and the criminal-legal system as well as larger issues within society.


The Sabine Series in Literature

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Series Editor: J. Bruce Fuller

The Sabine Series in Literature highlights work by authors born in or working in Eastern Texas and/or Louisiana. There are no thematic restrictions; Texas Review Press seeks the best writing possible by authors from this unique region of the American South.

Submissions open each year on April 1 and close on April 30.

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The TRP Chapbook Series

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Series Editor: J. Bruce Fuller

The TRP Chapbook Series highlights work by emerging authors who have not yet released their first full-length book in addition to established authors working on shorter projects.

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The TRP Southern Poetry Breakthrough Series

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Series Editor: J. Bruce Fuller

The TRP Southern Poetry Breakthrough Series highlights a first full-length collection by emerging authors from each state in the southern U.S.

Submissions open each year on December 1 and close on February 28.

The next state will be South Carolina.

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The Southern Poetry Anthology

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Series Editor: William Wright

The Southern Poetry Anthology highlights poetry by authors from each state in the southern U.S.

The next state will be Alabama.

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The Best Creative Nonfiction of the South

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Series Editor: Casey Clabough

The Best Creative Nonfiction of the South highlights nonfiction essays by authors from each state in the southern U.S.

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