Get 40% off any print book order, and 50% off any ebook during our summer book sale.
The University of Texas Press is pleased to offer a summer book sale granting 40% off any print book order and 50% off any ebook order! Apply the discount code UTXSUMMER during checkout on our website and stack your summer reads on shelves and on screens!
Browse our reading recommendations below, or browse by subject or series. We’ve got smart books on sports, Texas, music, nature and environment, and more. Add some award-winning books to your reading list, or grab an armful of books under $25! Find all our ebooks here, add both print and ebooks to your cart, and save during checkout! Offer expires Monday, July 31, 2023.
Sale Terms & FAQ
How do I order an ebook at 50% off?
If a title has an ebook (EPUB format) available, the buy button will be under the print buy button on the book page. If you’d like, you can add both print and ebooks to your shopping cart and apply the discount code UTXSUMMER; 40% off will be applied to print books, and 50% off will be applied to ebooks.
May I combine the summer sale discount with other offers?
No, the sale discount cannot be combined with other offers.
I ordered during the sale, but my books have not yet arrived. Who should I contact?
Is shipping included?
Free shipping is not included in this offer.
I have placed my order and entered the discount code, but the order total is incorrect.
We are sorry for the inconvenience. We suggest applying the discount code once more to ensure the offer is applied to all the books in your shopping cart. Be sure the discount code you are using is correct and remember that the discount expires July 31, 2023. If you are still having an issue placing your order, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can my order include books that are not yet in print?
Yes, you can preorder books on our website at the sale discount. Tax and shipping charges on future shipping items will be applied separately.
The sale ended before I had a chance to make a purchase. Is there a way I can take advantage of the sale still?
Unfortunately, this is a limited-time offer. Please consider staying connected and subscribing to our email list here for special offers and news of future sales.
Subverting Gender in the X-Men
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Making and Marketing a Genre
The Modern Horror Film Goes to Work
Sexuality, Fantasy, and the Superhero
Characters, Creators, and Culture in the Golden Age
Dragnet, the Police Procedural, and Postwar Culture
The Hollywood Classic That Inspired a Nation
America’s Comic Book Creators and the Making of a Billion-Dollar Industry
Reframing History in Comics
Ramblers, Wild Gamblers, and Other Sole Survivors from the Songs of Steely Dan
kranky, Chicago, and the Reinvention of Indie Music
Listening for Revolutions
On Trauma, Persistence, and Dolly Parton
A Life in Slow Revolution
An Intimate Portrait of Lyndon Johnson
Denver '76 and the Politics of Growth
A Century of Flight in the Lone Star State
A History of America's Native Nut
Adela Sloss-Vento, Mexican American Civil Rights Activist and Texas Feminist
Histories of Resistance and Struggle in Texas
The Politics of Waste Management in American Cities
A History of Politics and Race in Texas
The Texas Frontier in the Civil War Era
Photographs Inspired by the Voting Rights Movement
A Bicoastal History of North America
Citizenship, Segregation, and the Struggle for Equality
A Century of History in Images
The Making of a Queer Social Movement
A Life in Texas Politics
Wit and Wisdom from Texas Governor Ann Richards
A Houston Flood Atlas
Frank Smith, Ronnie Earle, and the End of a Junkyard Mafia
Images from the Kerrville Folk Festival
Houston's Sign-Stealing Scandal Explained
Baseball and Politics in the Dominican Republic
How a Jewish Yankee Hippie Went Country, or, the Often Outrageous History of Asleep at the Wheel
Conversations on Love, Trauma, and Border Crossing
A Year of Pandemic Sketches
Listening to Merle Haggard
In Spite of Himself
The History of an American Sport
A Rock 'n' Roll Memoir