A professor and a journalist report from the communities along the U.S.-Mexico border in a new book.
In a novelist’s alternative Texas, Al Gore became president and the War on Climate Change began. What could go wrong?
In Clinton, Arkansas, a reporter examines the effects of a stagnant economy on the place she came from.
The Brave Books campaign promoted their own publications under the guise of protecting free speech.
A veteran NPR reporter tells all about his misadventures covering religion in America.
Fort Worth author Jeff Guinn offers a compelling account of the 1993 tragedy that still casts shadows on our political landscape today.
How Galvestonians used to dance until they dropped (for fun), a former figure skater turned journalist, and other Lone Star State stories.
Indie bookshops across the state are embracing change, to thrive and stay alive. But a lot depends on the upcoming holiday season.
In her memoir "Hope and Hard Truth," Mary Beth Rogers reveals the political grit and big heart that helped elect a legendary governor.
A new work of historical fiction, set for release June 23, explores a Texas freedmen’s school and raises questions of white authorship.