K.Co Press Announces “Howdy, Neighbor!”
This hardcover coffee table book highlights Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Louisiana through photography and observations
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DALLAS - K.Co Press announces its new release, “Howdy, Neighbor!” a hardcover, coffee table book that shares interesting things to see on several itineraries through small-town Texas and its nearby neighbors in New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana.
““From longer road trips to quick getaways to off-the-Interstate detours, we have found a lot to love about small towns in Texas and beyond,” said Stephanie Khattak. Through this book, we hope to share these destinations with others and also positively impact the communities themselves.”
“Howdy, Neighbor” is K.Co’s third publication, following “Ten Texas Towns And Places In-Between, Field Notes From The Back Roads” (May 2022) and “Sunwashed” (Sept. 2022.)
“We are wrapping up our first year of releases, and ‘Howdy, Neighbor!’ is definitely our most ambitious,” said Stephanie Khattak. “Not only in terms of locations covered, but also in the vast amount of information to curate and include in the book, creating itineraries that not only take readers on a visual tour through these unique towns as a popular Route 66 photo book and New Orleans photos, but also in working to tell the right stories in the right manner."
This combination Louisiana photo book, Oklahoma photo book, Texas photo book, Arkansas photo book and New Mexico photo book takes places with many differences to celebrate, and showcases them in one cohesive travel coffee table book.
“Howdy, Neighbor!” will be available for purchase on Nov. 14 on kcoarts.com. If you are a retailer or other business interested in purchasing copies, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Bulk order options are available for qualifying accounts.
Photos, sample pages and more information is available on request.
About the Book:
Professionally printed by fine art book specialists
“Howdy, Neighbor!” itineraries cover locations in:
Route 66 (Eastern New Mexico and Eastern Oklahoma)
The Ozarks (Arkansas)
Wichita Mountains (Oklahoma)
Acadiana (Eastern Louisiana)
And many more.