Posted on · Mormon snowboarding, overcoming "fear of the blank page," and writing on the night shift.
Posted on · When writing the traditional way didn't work, this writer created a new tradition.
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 · Here’s what to expect – and not expect – in Writespaces’s Writers of Color Workshop Showcase this Saturday.
Posted on · We talk with Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, a Houston-based poet and author. Her new book is entitled Before We Visit the Goddess. Weather permitting, a book launch is planned tonight (April 19, 2016) at 7:00 p.m. at Blue Willow Bookshop in West Houston.
Posted on · The first Houston RT Readers and Writers Roundup will be held this weekend. Its an event where readers, bloggers, booksellers and librarians will gather to talk about writing and publishing. To tell us more about the event, we talk with Kathryn Falk, the founder of RT Book Reviews Magazine and the RT Readers and Writers […]
Posted on · Houstonâs literary scene has a new writing center. Writespace opened its doors in May and is located in Houstonâs Art District. It offers writing workshops, consulting services, a shared quiet space to write, and free community events. Houston Matters sat down with Founder and Director Elizabeth White-Olsen to learn more about what Writespace is adding […]
Posted on · On Saturday, a barge in Galveston Bay struck a ship and sprung a leak. While the barge was carrying a million gallons of marine fuel oil, officials believe just one tank was breached, which would suggest no more than 168,000 gallons spilled into the bay. As crews skimmed oil from the water, and containment booms […]