Stephen Harrigan is the author of nine books, including the award-winning novels The Gates of the Alamo and Remember Ben Clayton. His most recent book is the forthcoming The Eye of the Mammoth, a career-spanning collection of his essays, many of which were written for Texas Monthly. He is also a screenwriter who has written many movies for television.
It’s tough to select food in a fast-moving serving line. A cafeteria is no place for the timid.
If you think parenthood begins with dirty diapers and 2 a.m. feedings, you’re nine months off.
In which our author finds it’s one thing to be a genius; it’s another to be smart.
A visit to San Antonio’s underground city, looking for kids with a can of paint and a nose for thrills.
Especially not in Sweetwater: the score at last count was Humans 10,000, Rattlers 0.
A strip-mining company made her an offer she couldn’t refuse.
That’s the message Ray Stanford sends nightly into outer space; so far no one has answered.