With each of her books centered on a specific building, The Chelsea Girls looks inside New York's Chelsea Hotel.
Thunder Cake Forever
"I’m not so interested in being timeless. I’m more interested in being present in the world that we live in at the moment."
"I document much more than I invent," says the Lost Children Archive author.
We speak to the breakout author about his successful debut.
We chat with the author of the so-called "African Game of Thrones" ahead of a Houston appearance.
The Houston writer's latest, The Weight of A Piano, uses the titular instrument as a correlative for its characters.
[We're basically Oprah]
Houstonia writers weigh in on their favorite reads of the year—from new releases to beloved classics.
We narrow it down so you'll find something for everyone.
Beginnings of a Soul
We talk with the author about Lake Success, his newest novel inescapably molded by today's political moment.
We talk with the Book Thief author before a Houston stop for his much-awaited new novel.
Mary Cate Stevenson and Noah Nofz
We talk feminism and Ouisie's Table with the celebrated novelist ahead of her Inprint reading.
Turns out Martha Gellhorn was just as exciting as her former husband Ernest Hemingway.
Not all Bad
William T. Vollmann, a National Book Award winner, arrives in Houston with his two-volume explainer on the realities of and possibilities for Earth's climate future.
The celebrated author of Exit West reads Tuesday at Christ Church Cathedral.
The author of The Wanted will visit Murder by the Book for a signing and discussion of his latest work.
From a visiting New York City graffiti artist to a roaring Carnival parade downtown, this weekend will not disappoint. And did we mention tacos?
Jeanne Lyons Davis