Our writers will bring their stories to vivid life for audiences at venues throughout the state.
A devout Evangelical Christian and a Catholic nun are two of the state’s most powerful people, but they exercise their power in vastly different ways.
Patricia Sharpe and Kathy Blackwell dish on how they imagined, vetted, sampled, and served up our November feature story on Texas-style holiday meals.
An exclusive excerpt from the forthcoming documentary explores how aggressive voter ID laws can inhibit voter turnout.
Texas Monthly's executive editor talks about his August feature tracing Schlitterbahn’s decades-long rise to its current perilous position.
Wallace wrote about the life and times of Myrtis Dightman, a rodeo star who should've been champ.
The first summer after Harvey is when Texas coastal communities most need visitors.
In the first episode of 'Fire & Smoke,' Daniel Vaughn tells us the story of one of the most celebrated—and humble—pitmasters in Texas.
You're invited to an entirely new way to experience the National Magazine of Texas: live!
It looks like Tillerson could be closing in on a new gig.
This month, we have reimagined Texas Monthly’s design, both in the magazine and online.
In her new book, ’Cowgirl Power: How to Kick Ass in Business and Life,’ businesswoman Gay Gaddis advises women on bringing a cowgirl attitude to business.
A new partnership with Penguin Random House turns classic Texas Monthly stories into audio versions.
Episode one: Behind the scenes of the 2018 Bum Steer Awards.
A new Texas Monthly documentary showcases examples of the Texas spirit during Hurricane Harvey.
For now, we’ll simply convey our condolences to anyone who lost a loved one.
This November, we're thrilled to bring you a new way to experience Texas Monthly, at a two-day event called the Edge of Texas.
We had a totally different issue of the magazine planned for you this month. Harvey changed that.
We’re devoting all proceeds from new subscriptions to support Texans affected by the disaster.
"Where should I eat?" We've got you covered.
Returning to the place where she began her career, Linda Livingstone looks to repair the university’s reputation.
A Longhorn gives the Aggies their due.
Growing up in a Whole Foods family.
Yes, we get paid to eat brisket.
We snagged seven awards at the City and Regional Magazine Awards.
You’ve probably seen his byline.
Our editor-in-chief on the making of the May 2017 issue.
Why this issue’s very long story is a very important story.
We can’t always cover the whole state. But we did pretty darn well this time.
Political and longform journalism are central to our past, and our future
Greetings from the new guy.