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.”
SAISD is accepting applications for Mark Twain Dual Language Academy and Irving Dual Language Academy through Jan. 31, 2018.
Libraries empower people with knowledge and tools that can help them grow so they can transform their lives and the lives of those around them.
To celebrate their fifth year of hosting the growing event, officials created an easy and accessible way of navigating the festival’s many happenings across town.
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.
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.
In his latest novel Thanksgiving Eve, San Antonio attorney Jay Brandon gives his protagonist Ray second chances at major moments in his life.
Something beyond good manners is in play when you hand the keys to your King William home to people you only just met.
The San Antonio Book Festival (SABF) is inviting up-and-coming writers throughout Bexar County to put their talents on display by submitting work to its annual fiction contest.