Through a variety of poetic forms and a wide range of cultural references, Tomás Q. Morín’s work is meticulously researched and wonderfully intimate.
“The West Texas Power Plant that Saved the World” makes a thoughtful but tedious case that we can harness capitalism to stem climate change.
At its best, “The Shimmering Is All There Is” invites readers to partake in a deep communion with the natural world.
Logen Cure’s poetry collection is an ode to the West Texas town.
Juan Palomo offers thoughtful, compelling language to tell the story of his migrant family in his debut book of poetry.
Three Texan authors build on a long tradition of dissent from patriotic accounts of Texas history in a new book on the racism baked into our story of the Alamo.
In her debut book of essays, Austin writer Lauren Hough shares stories of growing up in a religious cult, only to escape and find its oppressive edicts visible in a society at large.
Using audio diary recordings, new book Hiding in Plain Sight brings the former first lady out of LBJ’s shadow.
From parakeets to fire ants, nilgai to tamarisk trees, invasives have integrated into the state's ecosystems — and managing them means asking hard questions.
The new documentary asks why a minister self-immolated in the town of Grand Saline, but doesn’t uncover any new answers.