The debut novel by Austin resident Lara Prescott tells the story behind efforts to get Boris Pasternak’s famed novel, Doctor Zhivago, into the Soviet Union.
Commentary: Attica Locke’s followup to the acclaimed novel “Bluebird, Bluebird” deserves credit for raising difficult questions and not settling for easy answers.
Texas author Stephen Harrigan visited the Alamo Tuesday evening to promote “Big Wonderful Thing,” his new 900-page history of Texas.
Author and journalist Susan Page was featured Sunday night for the Get Lit Author Series of the San Antonio Book Festival.
Crowds braved threats of rain to enjoy the seventh annual San Antonio Book Festival, with 100 authors presenting new and recent books.
This weekend you can browse a Fiesta-themed exhibit at UTSA’s Institute for Texan Cultures, celebrate National Poetry Month, and more.
Vampires, the outrage of growing up, and the soul of Texas, all at the 7th annual San Antonio Book Festival Saturday, rain or shine.
The festival will feature nationally recognized authors as well as local figures who have literally shaped San Antonio’s landscape.
Lilly Gonzalez succeeds founding executive director Katy Flato, who is assuming the role of chairman of the festival’s nine-member board.
Although “it’s a difficult time to be a Latino in this country,” Jorge Ramos said, he has hope that the millennial and younger generations can act as change agents.