Posted on · Two of Houston’s top slam poets talk about the art of slam and perform their poems
Posted on · Fleeing violence and almost certain death in his native El Salvador, Poet Jorge Argueta finds safety and spiritual growth among fellow Native Americans and refugees in San Francisco, California.
Posted on · The Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist talks about his latest novel, the sequel to "Nobody's Fool."
Posted on · George Saunders and actors from the Alley Theater read from Saunders' novel, Lincoln at the Bardo.
Posted on · The Houston novelist gives a sneak peak of her upcoming book and talks about Writefest, a unique festival for emerging writers.
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."