October Releases

The following titles are out from UPM this month. All books are currently available and also available as Ebooks. 

William F.Winter and the New Mississippi: A Biography by Charles C. Bolton
The life story of the governor known for his fight for education and racial reconciliation 

New Orleans Memories: One Writer's City by Carolyn Kolb
A passionate native's salute to the past and present glories of the Crescent City

Quincy Jones:His Life in Music by Clarence Bernard Henry
A biography of one of the most influential creators and talents of the twentieth century

Louisiana Creole Literature: A Historical Study by Catharine Savage Brosman
A broad overview of the tremendous achievement of Louisiana writers in the Creole tradition

New York State Folklife Reader: Diverse Voices edited by Elizabeth Tucker and Ellen McHale
Over fifty years of folklore from the Empire State

Plotting Apocalypse Reading, Agency, and Identity in the Left Behind Series by Jennie Chapman
An examination of the entire Left Behind sequence with a combined sensitivity to evangelical belief and close textual readings

Hip Hop on Film:Performance Culture, Urban Space, and Genre Transformation in the 1980s
by Kimberley Monteyne
A reclamation and interpretation of a once-dismissed aspect of American film history