Nelson Wolff’s new book covers six major projects either recently completed or approaching completion in San Antonio.
Fitzsimons’ book is a reflection on history and life over the millennia on the thorny, impassable brush country of Shape Ranch in Dimmit County.
Towles has pulled off one of the hardest tricks in fiction writing: following a critically acclaimed debut novel with one that is even better.
Just in time for Thanksgiving, San Antonio-based author Regina Moya serves up her third novel, El Día del Guajolote.
In his third edition of San Antonio Uncovered, author Mark Louis Rybczyk unveils the lesser-known tales that made San Antonio the city it is today.
In his latest novel Thanksgiving Eve, San Antonio attorney Jay Brandon gives his protagonist Ray second chances at major moments in his life.
Editor’s Note: The Rivard Report is hosting a series of book reviews written by Our Lady of the Lake University students about works that will be featured during the 2016 San Antonio Book Festival.
Lisa Sandlin’s “The Do-Right” offers two stories that intertwine with the central plot.
While guests sample recipes from the new book, “Domesticity: A gastronomic Interpretation of Love,” Trinity University Press will host a lively, on-stage conversation between author Bob Shacochis and his culinary muse and wife Barbara Petersen at the Pearl Stable, 7 p.m. on Monday, Jan.
On the Wednesday morning before Thanksgiving in Big Bend National Park, the poet and novelist Naomi Shihab Nye dropped off a signed copy of “The Turtle of Oman,” her recently published novel, for my daughters.