Posted on · Writer Lauren Groff, the author of works like "Matrix" and "Fates and Furies," discusses her latest novel ahead of an appearance in Houston on Sept. 18.
Posted on · Episode: 2792 Glorious revolutions – which we see only after they’ve passed. Today, silent revolutions.
Posted on · Episode: 2474 Antoine de St. Exupéry, André Gide, and a new vocabulary for a new technology. Today, Antoine de St. Exupéry.
Posted on · The catastrophic storm and its impact have been chronicled and analyzed in memoirs, children's books, photo collections and scholarly works.
Posted on · Episode: 2288 William Faulkner and the Handley Page bomber at the movies. Today, William Faulkner takes us for a ride in a bomber.
Posted on · Today, Marron shares what he’s learned about having difficult conversations and how having them can help close the ever-growing distance between us.
Posted on · Episode: 2186 Lost beauty of old words: nostalgia thwarted a flood of new books. Today, language slips away from us.
Posted on · Episode: 2177 Clifton Fadiman and the cult of cultivation. Today, we worship words.
Posted on · The "Godmother of Chicana literature" discusses her latest work, the value of solitude, travel, and more.
Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: New video raises questions about the death of Sandra Bland, efforts to eradicate measles, the life of Barbara Bush, and Houston Noir.
Posted on · Writer Kathi Appelt discusses her young adult novel, Angel Thieves.
Posted on · John Dreyfus talks with Joshua Zinn about the Jewish Book & Arts Festival at the Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center.
Posted on · The acclaimed author of The Poisonwood Bible and Animal, Vegetable, Miracle talks with Houston Public Media’s Ernie Manouse.
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 · A Houston-based poet talks about her writing and reads some of her work.