Posted on · Poet Frank Varela explores his and his family’s dreams, challenges, successes and disappointments as Puerto Ricans seeking a better life in the United States.
Posted on · Author Annie Proulx reads from her latest book, Barkskins.
Posted on · Author Annie Proulx on telling a long story through the eyes of short-lived characters.
Posted on · What rhymes with "choral singing"? "Moral ringing," "Laurel stinging," "Quarrel dinging"...
Posted on · A Houston Public Media tribute.
Posted on · How a unique organization, seeking to peacefully infiltrate Houstonians' lives with the written word, came to be.
Posted on · Dr. Nicolás Kanellos, Founder and Director of Arte Público Press, delights and challenges children and adults with his new bilingual book of tantalizing tongue twisters.
Posted on · Does literature need gatekeepers, and if so, who should that be?
Posted on · Authors Rabih Alameddine and Juan Gabriel Vásquez read from their latest works.
Posted on · "Forgetting is as integral to memory as death is to life."
Posted on · Celebrating the release of the latest film in J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter universe: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
Posted on · Mormon snowboarding, overcoming "fear of the blank page," and writing on the night shift.
Posted on · Veteran journalist and author Ron Arias introduces us to the struggling, searching and occasionally mystical residents of his boyhood Mexican-American community called Frogtown.
Posted on · Our toast to the long and creative life of composer Ned Rorem.
Posted on · Novelists Lauren Groff and Ann Patchett read from their latest works.