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Jesse Sublett

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Barefoot Dogs

A Mexico City family scatters to the wind when its patriarch goes missing

Arts Feature, Apr. 30, 2015

Into the Field: A Foreign Correspondent's Notebook

A UT professor recounts his three decades of reporting in Asia

Arts Feature, Apr. 30, 2015

Crimes That Paid

Arts Feature, Dec. 31, 2014

Boyhood: Twelve Years on Film

Arts Feature, Dec. 18, 2014

'Blood Aces: The Wild Ride of Benny Binion, the Texas Gangster Who Created Vegas Poker'

Arts Feature, Jul. 3, 2014

'Getting Life: An Innocent Man's 25-Year Journey From Prison to Peace'

Arts Feature, Jul. 3, 2014

Bellringer: A St-Cyr and Kohler Mystery

J. Robert Janes

Books Feature, Jun. 14, 2012

Ex-Punk Author, DIY or Die Forever

Test-driving the newest iBooks Author app (bumps ahead)

Screens Feature, Mar. 1, 2012

An Angel-Free Angeles

Detective novelist Michael Connelly trolls L.A.'s seedy underbelly again in The Brass Verdict

Books Feature, Oct. 3, 2008

Dirty Money

Richard Stark's professional thief is back in action

Books Review, May. 9, 2008

Jesse Sublett's Best Books of 2006

Books Feature, Jan. 5, 2007

Solving ConMisterio

A preview

Books Feature, Jul. 7, 2006

Lone Star Navy: Texas, the Fight for the Gulf of Mexico, and the Shaping of the American West

Books Feature, Jun. 9, 2006

The Unexpectedly Bad Hair of Barcelona Smith

Books Feature, Jun. 9, 2006

Cinnamon Kiss

Walter Mosley fans will want to pick up his latest Easy Rawlins mystery, 'Cinnamon Kiss,' right away

Books Review, Sep. 16, 2005

The Closers

Michael Connelly

Books Feature, May. 27, 2005

New York Dolls

Music Feature, Mar. 25, 2005

Nobody Runs Forever

No. 26 in Richard Stark's, aka Donald Westlake's, Parker series finds the master thief taking us on a thrill ride among armored cars and badass female bounty hunters

Books Review, Dec. 31, 2004

They Call Me Ranger Ray: From the UT Tower Sniper to Corruption in South Texas

Books Feature, Dec. 17, 2004

John James Audubon: The Making of an American

Books Feature, Dec. 17, 2004

Little Scarlet: An Easy Rawlins Mystery

Despite the abundant emphasis on social message, the suspense plotting seems more tautly crafted than ever in Walter Mosley's eighth Easy Rawlins mystery

Books Review, Aug. 13, 2004

Memoirs of Vidocq: Master of Crime

Almost 150 years after the death of François Eugène Vidocq, criminal investigators of all stripes still follow his basic methods of detection. Likewise, all manner of thieves and con artists follow in his footsteps, and that includes writers, too.

Books Review, Oct. 10, 2003

The Second Half of the Double Feature

Jesse Sublett on Willeford anthologized

Books Review, Aug. 29, 2003

The Latest in Paper

"No doubt about it," writes Jesse Sublett of Javier Marías' When I Was Mortal, "this is fairly odd stuff, and the patterns of quirks pile up like clues in a baroque murder mystery."

Books Feature, Feb. 7, 2003


Jesse Sublett's insider guide to Bouchercon.

Books Feature, Oct. 18, 2002

Short Third-Degree Sessions

Jesse Sublett gets personal with four of Bouchercon 2002's featured authors.

Books Feature, Oct. 18, 2002

'Chasing the Dime' Reviewed

Harry Bosch is gone, but Michael Connelly introduces us to Henry Pierce in his latest L.A. noir, Chasing the Dime.

Books Feature, Oct. 18, 2002

'Bad Boy Brawly Brown' Reviewed

Has Walter Mosley's seventh novel in the Easy Rawlins series lived up to its predecessors? Jesse Sublett lets you know in his review of Bad Boy Brawly Brown.

Books Feature, Oct. 18, 2002

Everybody Loves Raymond

Vintage / Black Lizard reissues the Raymond Chandler catalog, in the "imprint's distinctive large-size, high-quality paperback, as classy and colorful as the man himself."

Books Feature, Jul. 12, 2002

City of Bones

Michael Connelly

Books Feature, Jul. 5, 2002


Books Review, May. 10, 2002

Honor Among Thieves

James Carlos Blake demystifies A World of Thieves and the world of writing.

Books Feature, Mar. 8, 2002

George Pelecanos Coming to BookPeople

Books Feature, Mar. 8, 2002

'Contents/Discontents -- Abby Levine'

Accounts of the death of irony since last September 11th have been greatly exaggerated, and in her showing of work at Gallery 1313, artist Abby Levine provides three-dimensional proof that it is still a powerful way to communicate and process ideas about life, death, and pop culture in America.

Arts Review, Jan. 18, 2002

One of the Great Ones

Books Feature, Nov. 6, 1998

No Prozac for the Wicked

The Cool Capers of Donald Westlake

Books Feature, Dec. 26, 1997

Snake Oil Cures Turbulent Instinct

Shuck and Jive in the Old West

Books Feature, Sep. 12, 1997

Big Land, Big Stories,& One-Eyed Jacks

Western Roundup

Books Feature, Apr. 18, 1997

Dead Women Owned His Soul

An Interview with James Ellroy

Books Feature, Feb. 14, 1997

This Ship's Cool

Virtual Voyages on RMS Titanic

Screens Feature, Jan. 24, 1997

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