This year's Poets & Writers Ball raised more than $400,000 for Inprint's programming.
The author of The Wanted will visit Murder by the Book for a signing and discussion of his latest work.
Year in Reading
"I think that's how and why I read so much: the possibility of discovering something that will grab me, shake me, and even change me."
Reading is cool!
In a year when we needed books more than ever, one writer shares some favorite fiction, nonfiction and poetry published in 2017.
Stumped on what to get your favorite bookworm? Look no further.
Mary Cate Stevenson
A book vending machine at the Northeast Multi-Service Center makes a small contribution to the still-ailing Houston Public Libraries.
The author of The Burning Girl talked to us ahead of her Houston reading.
With her new book Crystal Bliss, the former 93.7 personality makes her case for a time-honored path to self-discovery.
If I've lost Cronkite...
Mark Bowden, author of Black Hawk Down, talks his new book ahead of a Houston visit.
Krauss will discuss her new book alongside Nathan Englander to kick off the Inprint Margarett Root Brown Reading Series.
“As a writer, I wanted that challenge to write about a difficult woman and the daughters that she raised.”
Celebrate the first ever Texas Independent Bookstore Day Aug. 5 with special recommendations from Brazos Bookstore.
He wrote American Gods, the Sandman comics and Coraline. Get excited for his upcoming lecture.
Tear through one of these Texas-focused beach reads.
Kirkus should have known not to mess with a book subtitled "Moxie girls fight back."
Jennifer Latson's first book follows the life of a 12-year-old with "cocktail party syndrome," which isn't always as cheerful as it sounds.
Jeanne Lyons Davis
The vampire drama will draw from a trilogy by a Houston-based writer.
Summer Survival Guide
How to survive Houston's stickiest season.
Jeff Balke, Jeanne Lyons Davis, Nicki Koetting, Alice Levitt, Catherine Matusow, Sarah Rufca Nielsen, Marianella Orlando, and Katharine Shilcutt
Reading a novel—no matter how gruesome the plot—is one way to relax during Houston summers.