The author of Goodbye to a River and two-time National Book Award finalist helped create the magazine’s Country Notes column.
Bill Broyles—now best known as a Hollywood screenwriter—remembers the magazine’s first issue.
We asked friends and colleagues to share their personal recollections of the Texas cultural giant we lost last week.
As you read this, Texas Monthly’s editor, Jake Silverstein, is moving the last few items out of his office. He has traded his view of the Texas Capital building for that of a Duane Reade and is moving to the New York Times Magazine. We’ll miss that guy.And I personally owe him
On their new book, Desert Duty: On the Line With the U.S. Border Patrol.
Read an excerpt from the new book by Bill Broyles and Mark Haynes.
The founding editor of TEXAS MONTHLY on the magazine’s first Best & Worst Legislators list.
Writer Larry L. King talks about his new book, In Search of Willie Morris.
Executive editor Paul Burka and senior editor Anne Dingus tell the story behind January's cover story, "The 2001 Bum Steer Awards".