The Texas A&M Press puts out a great number of terrific books. Many, but certainly not all, deal with Texas and Texas A&M.
Here’s a selection of some that are new in the past year or two!
- You Saw Me On The Radio (memoir of Dave South, longtime Aggie sports broadcaster)
- Return to Junction (Bear Bryant-era A&M sports tales, by Gary Rollins ’58)
- The Book of Aggie Lists (rosters recording A&M military history, by Col. James Woodall ’50)
- Over There In The Air (Aggies flying in World War I, by John Adams ’73)
- Bebes and the Bear (Stallings, Bryant and 1968’s Aggie upset)
- The Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band: 125th Anniversary Edition (history, lore, and names of every FTAB member!)
- RELLIS Recollections (old Bryan air base turned into modern TAMU System campus)
- George P. Mitchell (bio of Mitchell ’40, the “father of fracking,” by Loren Steffy ’86)
- My Stories, All True (life of Texas conservationist David Bamberger, by Pam LeBlanc ’86)
- Faces of Béxar (Tejano history of San Antonio)
- Photographing Texas (historic images from Fort Worth brothers)
- Austin to ATX (history of Slacker City by a longtime Texas writer)