On this week’s National Podcast of Texas, a conversation with the Plano-raised writer whose debut story collection, ‘Black Light,’ has garnered rave reviews.
The Tejano goth classic is an essential bilingual teaching aid and trove of the region’s most beloved tales, including “La Llorona.”
The Lubbock-born author reflects on her debut short story collection, ‘Black Light.’
Asher Price’s book about the legendary UT running back is full of surprises.
On this week’s National Podcast of Texas, the Houston author discusses her new novel, ‘Things You Save in a Fire.’
The cultural critic, who grew up in Houston, reflects on her debut book.
On this week’s National Podcast of Texas, the author of ’Whisper Network’ discusses workplace harassment and using fiction to effect change.
In his new memoir, the longtime KTRK news anchor opens up about his nearly sixty years of Texas broadcasting.
‘Wall Street Journal’ reporter Russell Gold’s new book, ‘Superpower,’ crafts an engaging narrative of one man’s quest to modernize the American energy business.
The UT professor and longtime ’Texas Monthly’ contributor died on Saturday at the age of 79 after a stroke.
We asked friends and colleagues to share their personal recollections of the Texas cultural giant we lost last week.
On this week’s National Podcast of Texas, the UT media scholar and ‘Don’t Knock the Hustle’ author outlines how millennials are defying stereotypes and creating a “new innovation economy.”
The author of ‘The Rap Yearbook’ and ‘Basketball (and Other Things)’ talks his latest book and his beginnings as a writer.
The new book by the retired special forces commander and former UT chancellor is filled with tales from an adventure-seeking life.
The fiercely passionate author, now 96, recently donated her extensive archives and rare cookbooks to UTSA.
On this week’s National Podcast of Texas, the UT professor and 'Sprawlball' author describes how data analysis has transformed basketball.
Plus, Mary H.K. Choi’s novel about young adulthood in Austin, a classic Cyd Charisse film, and Liza Koshy’s YouTube series.
The Palestinian-American author is the first Arab to receive the Poetry Foundation award.
On this week’s National Podcast of Texas, the Old 97’s frontman discusses his new book of poetry for children, the creative benefits of sobriety, and the song he’s dying to have Willie Nelson sing.
In Texas Monthly writer-at-large Oscar Cásares’s forthcoming novel, a retired high school teacher in Brownsville is reluctantly pulled into the world of human trafficking.
Plus, the second coffee table book from El Arroyo, a dreamy music video, and something just a bit quirkier out of Texarkana.
Along with Jordan Mackay, the acclaimed pitmaster writes the definitive guide to steaks, which is out now.
In his first fiction collection, Bryan Washington evokes a Houston that’s in Texas but not entirely of Texas.
Tonight, the country’s largest Latino publisher receives a Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Book Critics’ Circle.
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Plus, the songs we can't stop listening to, from George Strait's latest to one of the first rock and roll songs to Weird Al Yankovic's classic Chamillionaire remix.
In his new memoir, the former chief of emergency medicine at Brackenridge Hospital recounts stories that are by turns tragic, triumphant, and NSFW.
Hanif Abdurraqib's new book about hip-hop pioneers A Tribe Called Quest has reached No. 8 on the New York Times list.
Plus, rap from San Antonio, essays from Houston, and landscape photography from across the state.
The award-winning writer and UT professor talks about her new novel, 'Bowlaway,' and how teaching and Texas have affected her work.
”The Upshaws of County Line,” a new book and exhibit currently at Museum of the Big Bend, chronicles a safe haven established by African American Texans.
On the latest National Podcast of Texas, we talk to the author about his new book, ‘Austin to ATX,’ which attempts to demystify Austin’s dramatic transition from small town to global city.
In her second novel, Gentry mines women’s commonplace experiences with abusive men to create a page-turning thriller.
The adaptation of the 2012 bestseller looks like quirky fun.
On our latest podcast, a conversation with author Michael Lewis about the consequences of what he believes is a federal government awash in corruption, special interests, and glaring conflicts.
Felicia Graham’s new book 'Rollergirls' tells the story of Austin’s thriving flat-track roller derby scene through photos.
Told through vignettes, 'Retablos,' a memoir by playwright Octavio Solis, depicts the myths and realities of a childhood along the border.
In his forthcoming memoir, the former San Antonio mayor and Obama cabinet member recalls leaving Texas for college at Stanford.
In this excerpt from ’What We Keep,’ three Texans share the stories behind their most cherished possessions.
In her groundbreaking new book, Monica Muñoz Martinez uncovers the legacy of a brutal past.
Nearly thirty years after he died in relative obscurity, songwriter Blaze Foley is on the verge of newfound fame thanks to an Ethan Hawke–directed biopic. In a series of dispatches from her time on set, Sybil Rosen, widely known as Foley's muse, ponders the widening divide between the man and