In a novelist’s alternative Texas, Al Gore became president and the War on Climate Change began. What could go wrong?
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.
Martha Menchaca’s new book examines events that have shaped the lives of so many in the Lone Star State.
For 10 years, I “smuggled” banned books across state lines to bring attention to crucial literature. This year, I won’t have to leave Texas for the fight.
Set in his hometown, the El Paso author’s newest title is a thoughtful coming-of-age chronicle that follows the love story of two young, gay men.
Through a variety of poetic forms and a wide range of cultural references, Tomás Q. Morín’s work is meticulously researched and wonderfully intimate.