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Abducted by Circumstance A Novel David Madden Hardcover, 152 pages, $25.95 “Abducted by Circumstance is a thrilling crime story, a dark and complex psychological study, a rich contemplation on contemporary life. It is also a masterful moral drama about the centuries-old conflicts that arise from the juxtaposition of the ...

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UT Press Celebrates 70th Anniversary

The University of Tennessee Press this year celebrates 70 years of publishing distinguished books for both scholarly and general audiences. On February 15, 1940, UT President James D. Hoskins read a statement to the university trustees proposing the establishment of the Press. It became one of ...

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UT Press is 70!

UT Press celebrates its seventieth anniversary this year! We'll take a look back all year long, and celebrate with special sales on some of the books that have helped define us. We'll also provide you with some fun facts along the way so be on ...

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Another Successful Southern Festival of Books!

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Neely on the Square

Jack Neely, author of Market Square: A History of the Most Democratic Place on Earth has been busily educating the Knoxville community about the city’s enigmatic Market Square area. ...

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UT Press at the Southern Festival of Books

UT Press will once again have a booth at the Southern Festival of Books in Nashville Oct. 9–11. Fourteen UT Press authors will be at the festival discussing their new projects: Beech Mountain Man: The Memoirs of Ronda Lee Hicks Tom Burton A Tennessee Folklore Sampler: Selections from the Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin, 1935-2009 Ted Olson ...

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Kephart Gets Mention on Burns's Park Documentary

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Horace Kephart’s Camping and Woodcraft and Our Southern Highlanders received mention in the Smoky Mountains segment of Ken Burns’s highly anticipated PBS special, National Parks: America’s Best Idea.

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Pub Crawl with Jack Neely for Market Square Saturday, September 12, 3pm

Market Square: A History of the Most Democratic Place on Earth Jack Neely Market Square District Association is having a book signing and Market Square Pub Crawl with Jack Neely on Saturday, September 12, 2009. Mr. Neely will sign copies of the book beginning at 12 ...

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IN THE NEWS Randy Norris and Jean-Philippe Cypres were recently at Carpe Librum in Knoxville, talking Delta talk and offering up some top-notch blues harmonica (thanks JP!). Read more about their book, Highway 61: Heart of the Delta, with a Foreword by Morgan Freeman at http://www.knoxnews.com/news/2009/aug/16/ut-press-book-explores-delta/

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View forthcoming titles in UT Press's fall/winter 2009 catalog. Author and columnist Jack Neely (MetroPulse, Knoxville Magazine) discussed his new book, Market Square: A History of the Most Democratic Place on Earth, on this ...

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