Publications and Research
ABR specializes in reviews of frequently neglected published works of fiction, poetry, literary and cultural criticism from small, regional, university, ethnic, avant-garde, and women’s presses.
CentroVictoria educators have been traveling around the state giving workshops to teachers on how to incorporate Mexican American literature into the high school classroom using the “Made in Texas” lesson guides developed by CentroVictoria.
The oldest and for many years the only scholarly society devoted specifically to theory, SCE was instrumental in the institutionalization of theory in North American literary studies, and has gone on to innovate across traditional boundaries of the humanities and social sciences.
symplokē is a comparative literature and theory journal that aims to provide an arena for critical exchange between established and emerging voices in the field.
Cuneiform enlivens the discourse of the book by bringing meaningful texts and images together in the form of quality publications. In addition to publishing, we believe that facilitating conversation between local and international writers, artists, scholars, and artisans is part of our mission. To that end, lectures, workshops, exhibitions, internships, research, and public outreach are an essential part of our daily operations.
Dalkey Archive Press has published more than 750 fiction and poetry books during the past three decades. The press publishes about 50 books a year with an emphasis on translations from more than 40 countries.