The author's latest book, The Reckonings, grapples with all the ways to make the world right.
From the avant-garde to agreed-upon classics, these are the cultural events of the season.
Chris Gray and Morgan Kinney
Fall Arts Guide 2018
And the readings we're excited about, too.
Ben Reiter's Astroball is the book-length addendum to the now-famous 2014 Sports Illustrated cover story.
You're going to need some glitter, honey.
The author draws a crowd—and then some—at Brazos Bookstore.
Because it gon' rain, and we all need inside things to do.
Improvise a weekend of jazz, beer, and rumpus.
Brazos Bookstore's annual summer programming centers on Melville's whale of a tale.
The two-time National Book Award finalist reads from her new novel, The Mars Room, that delves into California prison life.
Turns out Martha Gellhorn was just as exciting as her former husband Ernest Hemingway.
Ahead of a Brazos reading, Gabel talks her debut novel, which she mostly wrote from her apartment here in the Heights.
The author of Election and The Leftovers comes to Houston to read from Mrs. Fletcher, now out in paperback.
Booksellers across the city will celebrate Saturday's Independent Bookstore Day. Here's how.
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 novelist discusses her recent book ahead of a Brazos Bookstore reading.
Roller derby, one-woman shows, and country music await.
The Houston poet debuts a book of cheeky, surprising poetry that's half autobiography and half myth-making.
Write It Out
One writer finds post-Harvey solace in physical media and human connections at a club that grew from two friends who loved to write letters.