A pair of Texas Monthly writers chronicle an emerging scene that would end up defining a city and changing American music forever.
From investigative nonfiction to funny memoirs to moving novels, here are the books Texas authors loved this year.
The best books by and for Texans coming out in June 2017.
Senior editor John Spong talked with Jan Reid about his new Ann Richards biography, ‘Let the People In.’
As Jan Reid's new biography makes clear, Ann Richards was one of the most magnetic politicians of the past thirty years. So why didn’t she leave much of a legacy?
Ten years ago I was shot in Mexico City by a street thug who wanted to kill me. Since then, I’ve endured unbelievable pain and learned how to walk again, and I’m thankful for what I have: a new outlook on life, time with my family, and a chance to
I have a very clear memory of returning from a birthday trip with my wife to Paris, where we were blissfully unaware of the awful happenings back home. This was in late April 1998, when cell phones weren’t ubiquitous and BlackBerrys didn’t exist—even e-mail was in limited use—so my first
Crime in Mexico hits home.