Huizache, four years into its run, continues to provide a glimpse into the fault lines of identity, presenting people who struggle to find their way in the world but continue to fight, resilient in their own struggles. You may have a lot more in common with them than you think.
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Antonio Ruiz-Camacho, a 2014 Dobie Paisano Fellow who lives in Austin, captures the flawed but fascinating humanity of the extended Arteaga family: five children and seven grandchildren of kidnapped family patriarch José Victoriano.
For much of Migratory Animals, Specht’s entangled friends behave like the pack of coyotes, taking “almost no notice of one another … an apathetic partnership of utility.” But as their wounds pile up, they seek—and find—comfort through reconciliation.
The National Book Critics Circle announced its 2014 awards finalists on Monday, and three Texas writers made the cut.
Arizona-based author Monica Brown’s shares her own experience at the Texas Book Festival.
Philipp Meyer, whose story “You Are Right Here” appeared in the Observer’s 2011 books issue, is on a roll lately. His second novel, The […]