It's time for the 22nd Annual WSU Press Holiday Book Fair! Jamie Callison, author of The Crimson Spoon, and Alex McGregor, Dick Scheuerman, and John Clement, contributors to Harvest Heritage, will be signing copies of their books.
Our newest title, Harvest Heritage is now available!
A WSU Press award winner! We are excited and proud that Be Brave, Tah-hy! received an Idaho Book Award Honorable Mention from the Idaho Library Association.
WSU Press is distributing Executive Chef Jamie Callison's new cookbook, The Crimson Spoon. Published by Washington State University's College of Business and featuring more than 100 recipes, sales benefit the J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation Hospitality Teaching Center. The Crimson Spoon is now available on our website or by calling 800-354-7360 or 509-335-7880.
NEW TITLE & TRAILER! A Yankee on Puget Sound is shipping now! Watch the trailer.
INTERNET SCAM! There is a website offering downloads of our newest title, Rugged Mercy. We have not released an ebook version yet, so please stay far, far, away! We recommend your friendly local bookstore, instead!
NEW BOOK! Our newest title, Rugged Mercy: A Country Doctor in Idaho's Sun Valley is officially on sale, and our popular classic, Eccentric Seattle is back in print!
A heartfelt thank you goes to Peter Givler, for his wonderful service as Executive Director of the Association of American University Presses and welcome to Peter Berkery, who is taking his place.UNIVERSITY PRESS BOOKS MATTER! Browse through the AAUP Fine Print catalog to learn more about books from over 100 publishers that contribute to the academy and an informed society. And check out the new WSU Press Influence Map to learn more about the origins of our books and how far they reach!
WSU Press author Paul Pitzer and images from his book will be featured on PBS. Pitzer, the author of Grand Coulee: Harnessing a Dream, was interviewed for an episode of The American Experience. The world premiere of "Grand Coulee Dam" is April 3, 2012.
Made in Hanford received an excellent review in the November 2011 issue of CHOICE, calling the book, "An interesting work for readers in numerous disciplines, including science/technology, history, and political and social sciences."
Governing WA is shipping. Congratulations to the editors, WSU's own Cornell Clayton and Nicholas Lovrich.
In his review for the Montana Magazine of Western History, Brigadier General Leonid E. Kondratiuk wrote, "Splendid Service is a great contribution to Montana history and a tribute to its citizen-soldiers and airmen. This book lives up to its title."
Hill Williams was on NPR to talk about Made in Hanford. Listen in.
Annette Cary of the TriCity Herald wrote a widely distributed review of Made in Hanford.
Our book on Isaac Stevens by Kent D. Richards has inspired an exhibit in Olympia. It runs through February 2012. TVW aired Washington Secretary of State Sam Reed and the author at the exhibit opening.
Our informal interview with Nicole Taflinger, the author of Season of Suffering, is now a book trailer! Ms. Taflinger discusses her experiences living under Nazi occupation during World War II and the joy of liberation.
We have a book trailer that is perfect for Military history buffs.Washington State University Press is on Facebook ! Go there to watch book trailers and hear about book giveaways. Become a fan and get news about authors, events, and promotions.
Americas Nuclear Wastelands author Dr. Max S. Power has composed a series on nuclear waste issues and cleanup for the acclaimed Miller-McCune online science magazine .
"Think Northwest eating, and salmon will splash into your stream of consciousness. But there's plenty more than salmon to savor here."--Seattle Times
"A captivating and astonishing saga."--The Dalles Chronicle
"A beautifully written narrative of a courageous struggle of survival."--Clive Cussler, author of Arctic Drift and Corsair