For the show’s fifty-third season, Texan J.B. Sauceda will carry on Texas Country Reporter’s rich tradition of telling stories from across the state.
With an all-star music lineup, curated Taco Trail, and an artisan marketplace, there’s always more to explore at TM BBQ Fest.
The podcast was recognized for its original music, which was composed by Texas Monthly’s own Brian Standefer.
Richard Linklater's newest project is making news on the heels of the Toronto Film Festival.
The writer-at-large’s 2022 cover story will be included in the anthology series’s latest volume.
Texas Monthly has had a big year in film and television. After the success of Max’s Love & Death, which debuted April 2023, the magazine will see another of its stories brought to life onscreen: the feature film Hit Man. Co-written and produced by director Richard Linklater and
The award is the first for Texas Monthly’s debut cookbook.
A native of the Lone Star State, he has served as a high-ranking editor, supervising both writers and other editors, for such publications as Esquire, GQ, and Men’s Health.
TM has partnered with Peabody- and Critics’ Choice Award–winning filmmaker Deborah Esquenazi on the project.
Alex Samuels and Kayla Miracle—both native Texans—have joined the staff full-time.
The two-day festival returns to Lockhart this fall.
It’s the most awards TM has received in one year from the organization in recent memory.
Taco editor José R. Ralat won a second James Beard Media Award, and executive editor Patricia Sharpe was inducted into the Wine & Food Week Hall of Fame.
TM took home more awards than any other publication this year.
Executive editor Michael Hall’s piece on the Fifth Circuit was nominated for the prestigious award back in March.
Among the honors Texas Monthly received was a nomination in the Society of Publication Designers’ prestigious Brand of the Year category.
The Max Original, based on Texas Monthly reporting by Michael Hall, is set to debut May 23.
The award-winning in-house agency was tapped to produce the companion podcast—alongside HBO Max—for the highly anticipated limited series.
The nominations mark Texas Monthly’s six and seventh nods from the organization.
In celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of Texas Monthly, our new book is a collection of original essays and portraits of fifty groundbreaking Texans.
Texas Monthly received more finalist selections than any other publication this year.
Executive editor Michael Hall’s September story on the Fifth Circuit has been named a finalist for the 2023 Silver Gavel Awards for Media and the Arts.
Get a taste of what’s to come in the highly anticipated limited series.
In celebration of our fiftieth anniversary, the February 2023 issue explores Texas icons of all shapes, sizes, species, and more, while telling stories of the characters, places, and institutions that have shaped the great state of Texas for the past fifty years.
The editorial team continues to grow at Texas Monthly.
The Wittliff Collections’ current exhibition honors the fifty-year history of Texas Monthly.
Texas Monthly was honored on February 23 by the American Society of Magazine Editors across several of its journalism awards.
HBO Max’s highly anticipated limited series is set to premiere this April. Plus, it’ll have a SXSW debut.
Texas Monthly is eager to announce the permanent additions of two familiar faces to the editorial staff.
February 2023 marks fifty years of chronicling life in the Lone Star State.
We are excited to announce a brand new mobile app for iPhones and iPads.
We’re on track to have nearly all our longform features online by the end of 2022.
This collection of recipes—from King Ranch casserole to beef rib nigiri—is a celebration of who we are and what we love to eat.
His two nominations are the most recent recognitions for Texas Monthly’s work this award season. See the full list.
The premier entertainment brands are entering a three-year deal with the National Magazine of Texas that gives them a “first look” at articles and podcasts they’re interested in adapting as TV series.
A half century after both media outlets launched, Texas Monthly will purchase Phillips Productions, the company that creates and distributes Texas Country Reporter.
The book for anyone who has ever felt the lure of the Lone Star State, already loves it, or simply wants to make sense of the place.