The renowned author’s new book, "On Juneteenth," takes center stage at a special, free Inprint event on June 21.
Pride in Pages
From remarkable memoirs to stirring science fiction, these reads from Houston's LGBTQA authors are sure to speak to you (and stick with you long after Pride Month is over).
The renowned Texas-born historian will talk about her memoir, "On Juneteenth," on June 21.
Lights up on Washington Heights!
The June 15 event will launch his new book "In the Heights: Finding Home," which tells the story of his first Tony-winning musical.
Pain Turned Prose
The poet and author of What You Have Heard Is True talks about her new memoir ahead of her InPrint reading.
risk vs. reward
The How We Fight for Our Lives author gave a wide-ranging interview ahead of his Brazos Bookstore reading.
The Rwandan native survived a childhood of genocide and abuse. Her nonprofit hopes to stop that from happening to others.
These are some of the best reads of the last decade.
You can now explore a crowdsourced mapping project that gathers memories from Houston's LGBTQ community. The results are beautiful, funny, and sad.
Horrible and Wonderful
The Houston writer grapples with grief and the loss of her talented brother in a new memoir.
We rarely invite the same guest twice, but we occasionally make exceptions.
UH Creative Writing Program graduate David Stuart MacLean discusses his new memoir about amnesia ahead of his Brazos Bookstore reading tonight.