Posted on · It was the second time in less than two weeks that a Jewish organization scrapped an event featuring Viet Thanh Nguyen, who was among 750 artists and writers in North America and Europe who signed an open letter that expressed criticism of Israel.
Posted on · The National Book Award winner discusses his latest novel, "The Heaven & Earth Grocery Store," named after a gathering place where the Black and immigrant Jewish communities intermingled successfully.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: The latest forecast and whether the state's energy grid is prepared for another blast of cold weather.
Posted on · The latest novel by the author of "Eat Pray Love" is an homage to the glitz and glam of 1940s musical theater in New York.
Posted on · Writer Aminatta Forna talks about her latest novel, Happiness, which shines a light on the hidden side of an urban metropolis and on lost love and past grief.
Posted on · (Above: Irish novelist Colm Tóibín. Photo Courtesy: Jesse Costa/WBUR) Award-winning Irish author Colm Tóibín is probably best known for his novel Brooklyn, about an Irish girl who emigrates to New York. In 2015, it was turned into a movie starring Saorise Ronan. His latest novel, House of Names, is a departure from Brooklyn – and […]
Posted on · April is National Poetry Month, and tonight (April 3, 2017), poets Ada Limón and Gregory Pardlo will give a reading as a part of Inprint's Margarett Root Brown Reading Series. Houston Public Media's Catherine Lu recently spoke with Pardlo about his work and his collection of poetry called Digest, which won him the Pulitzer Prize […]
Posted on · We take a look back at some of Houston’s best books of 2016 and some to look forward to in 2017. Out of the thousands of books that were published this year we ask Rich Levy, executive director of Inprint Houston, to help us decide the must-reads of 2016. 2016 Best Books by Houston authors […]
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.