Austin author's memoir-esque novel about motherhood is both engaging—and disturbing.
In Cross Plains, a literary festival honors the most influential Texas writer you've never heard of.
Hector Rodriguez couldn’t find a comic hero he could relate to, so he created one.
"There is no room for dignified depiction of refugees, and they’re not shown as human beings with hopes and plans to go back to normal life."
We're now taking submissions for our seventh annual short story contest.
John T. Edge’s new food history is an unflinching look at 60 years of racism and activism in the South.
An afternoon with the king of birding in Texas, Victor Emanuel. His new memoir, "One More Warbler," hits shelves this week.
A new exhibit at Art League Houston aims to raise awareness of police brutality against women of color.
The Mexican novelist writes that asylum-seekers come to the U.S. not in search of the American dream, but “to wake up from the nightmare into which they were born.”