February 1988 Issue



Called to Care

A friend’s illness propelled a Baptist minister from a life or though to a life of action.


My Wife’s Husband

We were in love in a way I didn’t quite trust. There was nothing grand or electric about it, just a steady, deepening insistence.


Flying Solo

With a mother in one city and a father in another, Audrey Reynolds took to the air.


Now For the Weather

When a rural Texas says, “It looks like rain,” he’s really meditating on the nature of the universe.


You and Us

You and Us

In 1973, from an office we shared with a colony of bats, we started a magazine about Texas.

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