In one of the year's best memoirs, truth is often stranger than fiction.
When Willie met Scarface.
Why doesn’t Texas’s greatest movie actress get the respect she deserves?
Six interesting facts about the retired CBS news anchorman found in his new book, Rather Outspoken.
The author of Lone Survivor still has his gun at the ready.
Jeff Dunham speaks for himself.
The Austin-based singer-songwriter talks about her new autobiography, Diamond in the Rough, and her sixth studio album.
Houston Chronicle blogger Jenny Lawson (aka The Bloggess) found herself at the center of a two-day auction among twelve publishing houses for the rights to her debut memoir, Let's Pretend This Never Happened. How did she rise from unpaid blogger to New York Times bestseller?
Retired Border Patrol officer Hipolito Acosta remembers his time on the beat in The Shadow Catcher.
In Donna M. Johnson's memoir of a Pentecostal childhood, religious zeal and illicit love nearly tear a family apart.
Larry McMurtry’s new memoir plays it close to the vest.
Form follows dysfunction.