New book ‘Frontiers’ showcases the Texas Plains and Panhandle

DALLAS K.Co Press announces the release of “Frontiers,” a hardcover coffee table book that takes readers on a visual journey through breathtaking scenery, historical landmarks and can’t-miss arts and culture destinations across western Texas.

“From the grandeur of the Palo Duro Canyon to the kitsch of Route 66 in Amarillo, the enduring legacies of the Quanah Parker Trail and unique destinations of all sizes, the Texas frontier is as interesting as it is beautiful,” Stephanie Khattak, founder of K.Co Press, said in a news release. “We hope that ‘Frontiers’ inspires others to learn more about this consequential region, and to experience it for themselves.”

“Frontiers” is K.Co Press’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” destinations include: Amarillo, Abilene, Lubbock, Marfa, Palo Duro Canyon; points of interest along the Quanah Parker Trail; and more.

“Frontiers” is available for purchase on Retailers and other businesses interested in purchasing copies, may email [email protected] for more information. Bulk order discounts are available for qualifying accounts.