I recently heard (somewhere) that keeping secrets is freedom. And I sort of feel like this is a good secret, but I thought I'd go ahead and share it anyway, despite possible imprisonment. The Black Swan Saloon, which has been included in a plethora of Best of lists here at the Observer (like, Best ... More >>
What will happen to all the books?
Friday, September 28, at the Majestic Theater
James Galbraith has a new book out, Inequality and Instability, arguing that ... well, you know he's an economist at the LBJ School at UT Austin, so it's pretty complicated ... I'm trying to boil down what I got out of it ... I need to put this into Get-Off-My-Lawn language ... so let's imagine its ... More >>
Learn from the master
Whose story is told at the Hub?
Take your kids to a pig party
The Mansion hosts a Peony in Love
Don't give these writers the shaft
Wilhite signs her new release
Don't forget your CAPE at Zeus
Celia Rivenbark campaigns against child skankiness
Women of Words take on Suicides
Book Ends at the Dallas Public Library
Barnes & Noble
Shinners & Mahler's Illustrated Flora of North Central Texas
Dallas author Patricia Anthony's sci-fi caught Hollywood's interest. But her decision to chuck the whole genre caught New York's wrath.
Marilyn Manson's Long Hard Road Out of Hell is paved with one journalist's bad intentions
James Halperin's book The Truth Machine calls for a utopia where infallible lie detectors make us better people from the president on down. Is it science fiction or prophecy?
Author Alasan Mansaray is peddling his first novel any way that comes to mind