A conversation with the author of the moving and assured ‘God Spare the Girls.’
The Fort Worth author’s new book follows a gay teen’s bid for prom queen in a fictional West Texas town.
On this week’s National Podcast of Texas, a conversation with the Plano-raised writer whose debut story collection, ‘Black Light,’ has garnered rave reviews.
The Lubbock-born author reflects on her debut short story collection, ‘Black Light.’
Philipp Meyer is impressing the literary world with his second novel, The Son, a multigenerational epic about an oil and ranching dynasty in Texas that is being called the most ambitious Texas novel in years. But how did this East Coast-reared man manage to capture the spirit of the state?
“By the time I’d been with the band a year, I was treated the same as any other Comanche.” An excerpt from Philipp Meyer’s epic new novel, “The Son.”
The acclaimed author is publishing his first novel, Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk. And some of his neighbors may not be happy.
Bizarre similes pour forth from debut novelist Jonathan Woods’s fingers like wine from a bottomless bottle that is also missing its cork.
Before the End, After the Beginning, the author's first collection since his stroke, draws on his personal crisis for inspiration.
Joe R. Lansdale has made a career out of a hard-boiled vision of East Texas.
On his new novel, Kings of Colorado, and more.
An ambitious, sometimes bewildering, debut novel about Czech Texas.
Rick Riordan greeks out with a Percy Jackson spin-off.
James Carlos Blake’s latest novel explores the sins of the grandfather.
Is it time to revisit Larry McMurtry’s Berrybender Narratives?
Read an excerpt from a new novel by Taylor Stevens.
Read an excerpt from a new novel by Mat Johnson.
A new novel by Ann Weisgarber.
On her new novel, The Personal History of Rachel Dupree, and more.
Chapter Three of “Twin Wells,” by David Searcy.
The ceremony was to honor the four-score living Texans who had participated in the Revolution. They were all quite old, of course. It had been 75 years since 1992, when Texas had become a breakaway republic and, like Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, and the Ukraine in Soviet Russia, sought independence from a
Brown’s formula for success guarantees a happy ending.
Three new books deliver sordid stories of drugged-up cops, kinky murderers, and a real-life drug kingpin.
Turn off the TV. Go fishing. Here’s the inside story of what will happen at the convention, complete with Nancy Reagan’s tacky visit to a bowling alley.
Texas’ most glamorous mall has all the comforts of home and then some. So why not move in?