Gulf Coast Book Series

This TAMU-CC book series entitled Gulf Coast Books focuses attention on the region around the Gulf of Mexico, with special emphasis on the Texas Gulf Coast.  Manuscripts concerning topics relevant to the Gulf and the coastal zone for roughly fifty miles inland, including art, history, government, economics, archaeology, maritime studies, natural history, natural resources, or science, are invited for consideration.

 

Titles in the Series

Number 1................ Lighthouses of Texas (2001) by T. Lindsay Baker

Number 2................ The Laguna Madre of Texas and Tamaulipas (2002) by John W. Tunnell, Jr. and Frank J. Judd

Number 3................ Fishing Yesterday’s Gulf Coast (2002) by Barney Farley

Number 4................ Designing the Bayous (2004) by Martin Reuss

Number 5................ Life on Matagorda Island (2004) by Wayne H. McAlister

Number 6................ The Book of Texas Bays (2004) by Jim Blackburn

Number 7................ Plants of the Texas Coastal Bend (2005) by Roy L. Lehman et al.

Number 8................ Galveston Bay (2005) by Sally E. Antrobus

Number 9................ Crossing the Rio Grande (2006) by Luis G. Gómez

Number 10.............. Birdlife of Houston, Galveston, and the Upper Texas Coast (2006) by Ted L. Eubanks et al.

Number 11……….... The Formation and Future of the Upper Texas Coast (2007) by John B. Anderson

Number 12.............. Finding Birds on the Great Texas Coastal Birding Trail (2007) by Ted Eubanks et al.

Number 13.............. Texas Coral Reefs (2008) by Jesse Canselmo

Number 14……….... Fishes of the Texas Laguna Madre (2008) by David A. McKee

Number 15.............. The Louisiana Coast (2008) by Gay M. Gomez

Number 16.............. Storm over the Bay: The People of Corpus Christi and Their Port (2009) by Mary Jo O’Rear

Number 17.............. After Ike: Aerial Views from the No-Fly Zone (2009) by Bryan Carlile

Number 18.............. Kayaking the Texas Gulf Coast (2011) by John Whorff

Number 19.............. Glory of the Silver King (2011) by Hart Stilwell

Number 20.............. River Music (2011) by Ann McCutchan

Number 21.............. Del Pueblo: A History of Houston’s Hispanic Community (2012) by Thomas H. Kreneck

Number 22.............. Letters to Alice: Birth of the Kleberg-King Ranch Dynasty (2012) by Jane Clements Monday and Frances Brannen Vick

Number 23.............. A Hundred Years of Texas Waterfowl Hunting (2012) by R.K. Sawyer

Number 24………….Texas Market Hunting: a Story of Waterfowl, Game Laws, and Outlaws (2013) by R. K. Sawyer

Number 25………….Fire in the Sea: Bioluminescence & Henry Compton’s Art of the Deep (2014) by David A. McKee

Number 26………….Pioneering Archaeology in the Texas Coastal Bend – The Pape-Tunnell Collection (2015) by John W. Tunnell, Jr. and Jace W. Tunnell

Number 27………….Vertical Reefs – Life on Oil and Gas Platforms in the Gulf of Mexico ((2015) by Mary K. Wicksten

Number 28………….Glorious Gulf of Mexico – Life below the Blue (2016) by Jesse Cancelmo

Number 29………….Alligators in Texas (2016) by Louise Hayes and Philippe Henry

Number 30………….Bulwark Against the Bay – The People of Corpus Christi and Their Seawall (2017) by Mary Jo O’Rear

 

General information about the Press, a Guide for Authors, and a complete listing of Press books may be found at:  www.tamu.edu/upress.        

                                                                     

Inquiries and Submissions

For further information about the series, please contact series editor Dr. Wes Tunnell or the Press at the addresses below.  If you think your manuscript or book idea fits in the Gulf Coast Books series, please contact series editor Dr. Wes Tunnell.  To submit a proposal, send an overview of your project, an outline of chapters, and one or two sample chapters if they are available.  A suggested proposal outline may be found on the Press's website.

 

Contacts:

TAMU-CC                                                                   

Dr. Wes Tunnell                                                 

Endowed Chair of Biodiversity and                             

Conservation Science                                                    

Harte Research Institute, HRI 122E                             

6300 Ocean Drive, MS 5869                                        

Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi                                                   

Corpus Christi, Texas  78412                                                    

361-825-2055; FAX: 361-825-2050                                                           

Email:  wes.tunnell@tamucc.edu                                                                                       

        

TAMU Press               

Dr. Shannon Davies            

Director

4354 TAMU

Lindsey Building, Lewis Street

College Station, Texas   77843-4354

979-845-0759; FAX: 979-847-8752 

Email:  sdavies@tamu.edu