Yesterday the Observer published San Antonio author Gregg Barrios’ op-ed regarding Latino and Latina representation at this year’s Texas Book Festival. TodayTBF Literary Director Steph Opitz provided the following response:
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The Texas Book Festival in Austin has become one of the premier literary events in the country, and with over 40,000 bibliophiles expected to […]
Why hasn’t the Texas Book Festival’s overwhelmingly white board of directors ensured that Texas’ fastest-growing demographic is adequately represented?
Three Austin writers will be receiving the Austin Public Library Friends Foundation’s 2013 Illumine award on November 8, 2013. Stephen Harrigan will be honored for […]
Saturday April 13 is a big day for books in Texas, as Austin’s long-running Texas Book Festival expands to San Antonio for a first-ever […]
As ever, the 2012 Texas Book Festival promises to be a big stuffed omelet of literary goodness appealing to bibliophiles of every stripe. Whether […]
The Texas Observer will be blogging from the Texas Book Festival on Oct. 22-23 in Austin. Here are highlights from Saturday’s sessions: Friends Harrigan and […]