For the second consecutive year, a Texas Observer reporter is a finalist for the National Magazine Award, the most prestigious award in magazine journalism.
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When Larry McMurtry agreed in 2011 to guest-judge The Texas Observer’s first short story contest, we at the magazine were thrilled: what better name […]
As Wright is quick to point out, theology doesn’t have to make sense; there are aspects of any religion that can’t survive logical scrutiny. […]
The Observer’s periodic round-up of recent and forthcoming books by Texas authors, on Texas presses, or about Texas topics.
The renewed debate over gun control has lately settled into two broad camps: those who think more guns in the right hands would reduce […]
There’s always womb for Rick Perry. On Tuesday, he alighted at The Source For Women, a crisis pregnancy center in Houston whose opening ribbon […]
The Texas Observer’s June cover story, “Life On the List,” looked at what happens when children are placed on Texas’ public sex offender registry. […]
Tonight, the Texas Observer’s own Melissa del Bosque will moderate a free public forum in Houston called “The True Cost of Environmental Justice.” At […]