The Dinner and A Book readings at Hotel Emma’s library are free for hotel guests and $15 for everyone else.
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.
Students in the public charter system are encouraged to join the Millionaire Readers Club by reading a million or more words over the course of the school year.
The face of literacy on San Antonio’s Southside lit up with a smile when Dead Tree Books – the only non-academic, secular book shop south of downtown – opened for business in April.
A poetry slam is a competition of the spoken word in the context of a sporting event.
The Mission Marquee Plaza will host VIVA Poesía, Música y Cultura, a free, family-friendly event on Saturday, June 11, from 5:45-11 p.m.
Anthony Flores, aka “Anthony the Poet,” who led attendees through the park’s reopening event in 2014 as well as last year’s celebration, will once again act as master of ceremonies.
With his prolific recent works, New York Times Bestselling author David Shields has called out contemporary writers to break away from our traditional ideas of “memoir” and “the novel,” said Elissa Schapell of Vanity Fair.
The Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City was blasted into infamy 21 years ago this month on April 19, 1995.
Mayor Ivy Taylor invested local poet Jenny Browne as San Antonio’s poet laureate for 2016-2018 on Monday night in City Council Chambers.
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.