A new anthology, “Her Texas: Story, Image, Poem & Song,” offers a multiethnic and multidisciplinary snapshot of creative women in contemporary Texas.
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Charles D. Thompson chronicles his journey along the length of the U.S./Mexico border, charting straight shots and labyrinthine jags to places steeped in five centuries of abutting cultural histories, governments, wars, laws and stories.
Though an East Coaster for most of his life, and a denizen of New York City’s publishing industry for dozens of years, Malcolm Cowley’s impact on the lives and careers of Texas writers Larry McMurtry, Cormac McCarthy, Katherine Anne Porter and William Goyen make The Long Voyage important reading for lovers of Texas literature.
Observer contributor Cecily Sailer reviews Greg Baxter’s new novel, The Apartment, and finds it “intricate and complex, both reportage and confession, littered with moments […]