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News Release

K.Co Press Releases “Frontiers”

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This hardcover coffee table book is a visual journey through the Texas Plains and Panhandle.

 

K.Co Press announces its new release, “Frontiers,” a hardcover, coffee table book that shares beautiful photography highlighting several itineraries and special destinations in Texas.

 

“The Texas frontier is truly special,” said Stephanie Khattak. “From the grandeur of the Palo Duro Canyon to the kitsch of Route 66 in Amarillo, the historical significance of the Quanah Parker Trail and unique destinations of all sizes, this part of the state is as interesting as it is beautiful.”

 

“Frontiers” is K.Co’s fourth publication, following “Ten Texas Towns And Places In-Between, Field Notes From The Back Roads” (May 2022), “Sunwashed” (Sept. 2022) and “Howdy, Neighbor!” (Nov. 2022.)

 

“Frontiers”  will publish on May 30 and be available for purchase in June on kcoarts.com. Retailers and other businesses interested in purchasing copies, may email hello@kcoarts.com for more information. Bulk order discounts are available for qualifying accounts.

 

Photos, sample pages and more information is available on request.

 

About the Book:

“Frontiers: The Texas Panhandle and Plains

By Stephanie and James Khattak

ISBN: 979-8-218-20996-4

130 pages

8.5X11.5 

Professionally designed and printed by fine art book specialists.

Published by K.Co Press, Dallas, Texas.

“Frontiers” includes: 

Amarillo

Abilene

Lubbock

Marfa

Palo Duro Canyon

Points of Interest Along The Quanah Parker Trail

 

And much more.

*Exact dates subject to change.
 

 

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