An interview with Robert Bryce, author of Pipe Dreams: Greed, Ego, and the Death of Enron
An interview with James Hoggard, author of Patterns of Illusion: Stories and a Novella
Not too long ago the photography collection at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston was nonexistent. But thanks to curator Anne Wilkes Tucker, it is now considered one of America’s best. Here, she discusses her career, photography and being a woman in the field.
An Austin children’s book author stands up for herself (and African American girls everywhere).
Executive editor S.C. Gwynne talks about life on the campaign trail with Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tony Sanchez.
Senior Texas Monthly editor Michael Hall tells the story behind his article, “Death Isn’t Fair.”
An interview with Bryan Woolley, author of Charreada: Mexican Rodeo in Texas.
In the new book, Top Texas Teachers, author Dorothy McConachie gives 35 educators top honors.
An interview with James Hoggard, author of Patterns of Illusion: Stories and a Novella.
An interview with Jack Jackson, author of The Alamo: An Epic Told From Both Sides.