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If you were intrigued by Texas Monthly‘s recent story about Conroe’s Defiance Press & Publishing, you might want to check out the works of some of Texas’s other independent publishers. Houston’s Arte Público Press published the first edition of Sandra Cisneros’s The House on Mango Street forty years ago and is still launching the careers of Latino authors. Corpus Christi–based Copano Bay Press specializes in long-out-of-print Texas history works such as 1894’s A Man From Corpus Christi: The True Adventures of Two Bird Hunters and a Dog in South Texas in the Year 1887. Perhaps the breakout Texas publisher of the twenty-first century, Dallas’s Deep Vellum started off translating international literature and then branched out with a variety of imprints, including one focused on books…
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