Online Store - Publications and Books

Welcome to the ONLINE Missouri Press Association Store.

ViewMPA Cookbook, Vol. I

Jo Anne Bray, wife of former MPA Executive Director Bill Bray, came up with the ORIGINAL scrumptious cookbook filled with 241 page of recipes.

Price: $15.00

ViewThe Missouri Honor Medal for Distinguished Service in Journalism

A History of the first 75 years of the Missouri Honor Medal for Journalism in Missouri, 1930-2005. Written by Dr. William H. Taft and MPA Editor Kent Ford.

Price: $15.00

ViewJo Anne Bray's Cookbook, Vol. II

Jo Anne Bray, wife of former MPA Executive Director Bill Bray, came up with a second scrumptious cookbook filled with 342 page of recipes.

Price: $15.00

ViewHannah's Diary: A Tale of the Pony Express

By Kay Hively. Copyright 2005, Missouri Press Foundation. Hardback Keepsake Edition. Hannah is the story of Hannah, a little girl on the American frontier who makes history.

Price: $12.00

ViewDelights and Shadows

By Ted Kooser, Poet Laureate of the United States. Softback, Copyright 2004, Copper Canyon Press, 84 pages.

Price: $10.00

ViewShow-Me Journalists: The First 200 Years

An overview of the history of Journalism in Missouri; by Dr William Howard Taft. Copyright 2003 Heritage House Publishing, Hardback, 339 pages.

Price: $15.00

ViewMPA News Magazine

The MPA News Magazine is published monthly. Order a one-year subscription now.

Price: $12.50

Online Store Feature

2015 MPA BOUND Newspaper Directory

An alphabetical resource guide to all of the newspapers in the state of Missouri. $45.00



Thursday May 21st

Have you been keeping up with Potter Conferences' Listening Tour? Check out this new article on GPCink's The North Missourian and digital delivery. Link

Wednesday May 20th

Have you registered for National Newspaper Association's 129th Annual Convention and Trade Show held at the St. Charles Convention Center? Link

Tuesday May 19th

Don't miss out on National Newspaper Association's Newspaper And Education contest, sponsored by Kidsville News! Use the contest to highlight newspaper/school partnerships that focus on developing fully informed citizens. Link