Posted on · Fifth grader and amateur detective Micky Rangel is determined to solve the mystery of the quiet (maybe too quiet) new girl in school.
Posted on · When writing the traditional way didn't work, this writer created a new tradition.
Posted on · Seventeen-year-old Abraham’s parents are long gone and despite his grandmother’s best efforts, he can’t seem to control or manage his anger, his isolation or his fists.
Posted on · Poet Laureate Robin Davidson is leading the creation of Houston’s first-ever “Favorite Poem Project.”
Posted on · Acosta and Irwin's new book takes readers through the challenging and dangerous process of capturing two of the most notorious human cargo smugglers in history.
Posted on · Don’t be alarmed at the sight of people in superhero attire this weekend, it’s just Comicpalooza.
Posted on · A workshop in the Fifth Ward is giving the older population a chance to tell their stories – from lighthearted to poignant – through creative writing.
Posted on · Veteran children’s author Diane Gonzales Bertrand helps children recover emotionally from flood-related damage to their school in The Story Circle/El Círculo de cuentos and shows 7 year-old Dario the unexpected fun of a simple day at the park with his family in A Bean and Cheese Taco Birthday/Un cumpleaños con tacos de frijoles con queso.
Posted on · Here’s what to expect – and not expect – in Writespaces’s Writers of Color Workshop Showcase this Saturday.
Posted on · He was an author who love the outdoors. His most influential works were defined by the natural world of Texas.
Posted on · The Houston poet reads a poem inspired by food and family.
Posted on · The Houston poet writes a love letter to New Orleans.
Posted on · The Houston poet reads a poem inspired by a poignant memory from childhood.
Posted on · An immigrant Latina accused of murdering her abusive husband, a handsome but unsatisfied young attorney assigned to defend her, and an ambitious young translator are just a few of the characters in legal journalist and first time novelist Patricia Santos Marcantonio’s new novel Verdict in the Desert.
Posted on · The Houston poet imagines a marriage as a whirlpool.