Wings Press, the publishing house managed by writer Bryce Milligan, will be managed by his wife and daughter following misconduct allegations against the author.
The City of San Antonio announced that it is seeking nominations from the public for the 2018-2020 Poet Laureate, due Jan. 12.
The Pearl presents its first Día de los Muertos celebration Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 4-5, a free, family-friendly, traditional event.
The annual program honors individuals who have worked to advance and maintain San Antonio’s cultural vibrancy.
That’s Not Fair! / ¡No Es Justo!: Emma Tenayuca’s Struggle for Justice is the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center’s spring production scheduled for March 17-19.
With the release of “Native Instincts” local author and poet Rod Carlos Stryker offers a new collection of poems on topics ranging from love and death to the human condition.
Edible San Antonio Magazine is all about food, but it’s also about family.
Poets were thicker than blood at the reception for U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera at the Guadalupe Gallery Tuesday night (see Sunday’s article).
Editor’s Note: This homage to former state Sen. and Mayoral Candidate Leticia Van de Putte was read by State Poet Laureate Carmen Tafolla, San Antonio’s first poet laureate, at a recent Save Miguel’s Home event at Miguel and Guadalupe Calzada’s home in Beacon Hill, in appreciation for Van De Putte’s support for the project while still in office, and later, on the campaign trail.
After a succulent breakfast at the Briscoe Western Art Museum and a few inspirational talks from San Antonio’s finest and prominent Friday morning, the annual 12-day DreamWeek summit is officially underway.