With its budget shrinking and shrinking over the past several years, the Dallas library system has an acute need for a Daddy Warbucks. Several, actually. More specifically, branches need deep-pocketed donors who can pick up the public book-houses by the boot straps, smack them in the behind and prop ... More >>
Women and Horses takes the audience on a sweet ride; Eat the Runt bites it
Going Drinking with ZZ Packer
Spinning Into Butter spreads itself thin over racial prejudice
Barrymore goes Riding in Cars, but the destination is a dead-end
Music can free your soul, but can it spring the West Memphis Three?
Basic Instinct author crawls up Bill Clinton's pants and hangs on tight
Maya Angelou extends her domain by taking on film with Down in the Delta
Capital Grille lays it on thick
Toni Morrison's novel makes an awkward transition from page to screen
Despite the Starr report's dirty details, Paula Jones' case against the nation's "first black president" hinges as much on race as on sex
Terry McMillan's fantasy fluff offers escapist pleasures for all audiences
Dallas author Patricia Anthony's sci-fi caught Hollywood's interest. But her decision to chuck the whole genre caught New York's wrath.
Meet Dallas literary agent Evan Fogelman, the brains behind the bodice-rippers
DTC's Thunder is a sensual roof-raiser