publishing

David Hale Smith

Apr 30, 1999 By Katy Vine

David Hale Smith rejects more than three hundred manuscripts each month, but when he accepts one, publishers take note. Since 1994, when he left the tutelage of Dallas superagent Jan Miller and founded his own agency, DHS Literary, the thirty-year-old has established himself as one of the industry’s young lions,…

Urban Cowboy

Mar 1, 1999 By meghandaum

Peter Jennings. Liz Smith. Barbara Walters. Joe Armstrong? You may not know the name, but New York publishing’s most famous ex-Abilenian is at home among the stars—and is a star in his own right.

CD and Book Reviews

Nov 1, 1996 By Evan Smith

Hot CDs Two years after their wildly successful debut, Elida y Avante bounce back from label troubles with Algo Entero (Tejas). For my money, Mercedes-born Elida Reyna is tejano’s next female superstar. Her husky, throbbing voice is mature well beyond her 24 years—she has the archetypal blend of innocence and…

Basking in It

Aug 31, 1995 By Jan Reid

If the literary novel is dead, then why is Baskerville Publishers in Dallas flourishing?