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Write Bloody: Austin's newest indie bookstore makes poetry as approachable as rock and roll

By Michael Graupmann

Nov 30th, 2012 at 1:30 PM

East Austin resident Derrick Brown is a surprisingly rascally personality to try to pin down. He’s a published poet, an accomplished musician, a variety show host, a book publisher ...


CLASSICS RETURN

Austinite Jacqueline Kelly writes sparkling sequel to 1908's The Wind in the Willows

By James Jeffrey

Nov 21st, 2012 at 3:00 PM

That irascible anti-hero Toad is back once again, causing mischief and landing hot air balloons on church steeples in the latest rendition of the literary classic The Wind in the ...


A REFRESHING DIFFERENCE

Forever hot: New book explores why Ann Richards continues to fascinate and endure

By Tarra Gaines

Nov 13th, 2012 at 10:40 AM

Though Texas remains very much a Republican state, one Texas Democrat still holds a high approval rating throughout the country. With a documentary making the film festival rounds, the play ...


VISITING AUTHOR

“A different kind of truth”: The facts and fictions of Emma Donoghue

By Amy Gentry

Nov 11th, 2012 at 9:30 AM

“I've always had a very zigzag career,” says Emma Donoghue. “So I appreciate when anybody hangs in there for more than one book.”  While it is true that the ...


CULTUREMAP INTERVIEW

True Confessions and tough love: A conversation with Illumine Award-winning author Sarah Bird

By Amy Gentry

Nov 7th, 2012 at 4:15 PM

Novelist Sarah Bird credits the Austin Public Library with saving her from a fate worse than death. The year was 1973. Bird had followed her boyfriend to Austin, and then ...


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