Lisa Sandlin's debut mystery skitters over murder, rape and redemption.
It’s 1973 in Lisa Sandlin’s debut novel, The Do-Right: Watergate is ramping up to its first court date; Hank Aaron is within spitting distance of Babe...Read More
In 'The Jemima Code,' Toni Tipton-Martin introduces readers to the African-American women who created Southern cooking.
In The Jemima Code: Two Centuries of African American Cookbooks, Tipton-Martin describes Southern cooking as a fusion of African, European and Caribbean cooking...Read More
These are the so-called Xalisco Boys, who Sam Quiñones first wrote about for the Los Angeles Times more than a decade ago and who reappear now as both...Read More
Independent writer/director Andrew Bujalski's newest film, "Results," follows a modern-day love triangle of three imperfect people grasping not just for romance...Read More
Carlos Nicolás Flores, a professor of English at Laredo Community College, has written a hokey, jokey, postmodern romp that combines all the conventions of act...Read More
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 c...Read More