One lasting legacy from the Tricentennial will be a commemorative book, titled “300 Years of San Antonio & Bexar County,” to be published in June.
The National Book Review lists San Antonio author J.R. Helton’s new memoir “Bad Jobs and Poor Decisions” as one of “Five Hot Books.”
Geekdom Chair Lorenzo Gomez’s book The Cilantro Diaries went on sale on Amazon last Monday, and in one short week earned several honors.
Gemini Ink is hosting author Kevin McIlvoy for a two-day intensive writing workshop, a reading, and a reception Oct. 20-22.
In addition to his writing and work in the nonprofit sector, Martínez has taught English and creative writing at Our Lady of the Lake University.
The theme for this summer’s conference is “Writing for Change” and Jones will be adding her rich poetic background to the three days of programming.
Gemini Ink spoke with Viramontes about best writing practices, creative inspiration, and her forthcoming workshop in San Antonio.
Attendees can explore this year’s theme, “Writing for Change,” in a variety of panels, workshops, readings, and a small press book fair.
The SA Book Festival is a fun event for the whole family. When my two boys and I head to the festival on April 8, our day could look something like this.
I’m a book lover. That means the Fifth Annual San Antonio Book Festival and its diverse offering of readings, panels, and cooking demos complicates my plans.