Ed Nawotka


An Unforgettable War

by | Mon, Sep 24, 2012 at 5:33 pm CST

No One to Believe In

Unreliable narratives of the war on terror.

Austin literary agent James D. Hornfischer has represented a variety of military authors and written a pair of bestselling World War II naval histories, The Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors and Ship of Ghosts. His experience tells him … Read More


George Saunders’ Rebel Yell

Who's the perfect writer for America in the Age of George W.?

In these strange and scary times overseen by our native son George W., it’s appropriate that the most politically sensitive fiction writer publishing today is a Texan: George Saunders—the master of the surreal, satirical short story. Saunders was born in … Read More


Houston, We Have a Winner

Challenger Park In his dazzling new novel Challenger Park, Stephen Harrigan writes that the “heraldry of old-time space flight has vanished.” Familiarity and indifference have stripped space flight of much of its wonder and romance. What we remember most vividly … Read More



How Ann Coulter Nearly Killed My Father

How Ann Coulter Nearly Killed My Father BY ED NAWOTKA recently found out that I was denounced as a “liberal” in Ann Coulter’s soon-to-be remaindered collection of columns, How To Talk to A Liberal (If You Must). You may have … Read More