The University Press of Mississippi was founded in 1970 and is supported by Mississippi's eight state universities. UPM publishes scholarly books of the highest distinction and books that interpret the South and its culture to the nation and the world. From its offices in Jackson, the University Press of Mississippi acquires, edits, distributes, and promotes more than eighty new books every year. Over the years, the Press has published more than 1000 titles and distributed more than 2,600,000 copies worldwide, each with the Mississippi imprint.
An essential study on portrayals of D/deaf experiences in children’s literature and popular culture
Collected interviews with the celebrated international filmmaker of A Hero, A Separation, and Dancing in the Dust, who became Iran’s most prominent director and one of the great dramatist filmmakers of his generation
Interviews with the queer Jamaican-born Canadian speculative fiction writer and editor known for her novels Brown Girl in the Ring, Midnight Robber, The Salt Roads, The New Moon's Arms, The Chaos, and Sister Mine
Hard-to-find interviews with the ten-time Bram Stoker Award-winning writer of the Hap and Leonard short stories, Bubba Ho-Tep, and episodes of Batman: The Animated Series and Superman: The Animated Series
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