Posted on · On Friday's Houston Matters: We examine Sen. Cruz's position on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Former Secretary of State John Kerry discusses his book, Every Day Is Extra. We break down The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week's news. And Houston writer Christopher Flakus talks about Houston's Chicano literature scene.
Posted on · Houston-based writer – and Bolivian native – Rodrigo Hasbún talks about his novel, Affections, and the real-life family on which it's based.
Posted on · The grassroots effort brings books to a traditionally underserved Houston neighborhood.
Posted on · Thirty-five years ago, Arte Publico Press began as a tiny, niche publication. Today, it’s a multi-million dollar organization.
Posted on · Organizers talk about the Latino writers and cultural themes that will shine at this unique book and arts festival.
Posted on · Hispanic Heritage Month continues through Oct.15, and Latino writers and literature will be celebrated this Saturday at the annual LibroFEST, being held from noonÂ to 8 p.m. at the Houston Public Libraryâs Flores Neighborhood Library in the East End. The event features writing workshops, a discussion with award-winning author Diane Gonzales Bertrand, and a performance […]
Posted on · You've seen them all over Greater Houston – and maybe you've even had to use one: payday or auto title loan centers. Customers short on cash can get a high-interest loan due at their next payday or they can borrow money with the title to their car as collateral. On this edition of Houston Matters, […]