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.
From correcting the record on racism and Texas history, to queer love on the border, to the #MeToo movement in federal courts, we rounded up some of our favorite books this year.
A 34-year-old old book set for re-release unearths a painful past with poignant provocation.