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Book Reviews

Greg Garrett's surprisingly funny debut, Free Bird, "doesn't hide its convention and occasional sentimentality: It capitalizes on it."

Books Review, Nov. 15, 2002

Book Reviews

John Taliaferro's biography of a man and a mountain

Books Review, Nov. 15, 2002

Upcoming ...

We want you to know all about authors' activities in and around Austin

Books Feature, Nov. 8, 2002

News/Print

Something wonderful is about to happen to you.

Books Column, Nov. 1, 2002

The Little Friend

Books Feature, Oct. 25, 2002

Bouchercon 2002

Previewing the World's Premier Mystery Convention

Books Feature, Oct. 18, 2002

The Man Who Made It Happen

Willie Siros still runs his Adventures in Crime & Space bookstore online at CrimeandSpace.com, but his storefront on Sixth Street closed last year. He's serving as co-chair of Bouchercon 2002 along with Karen Meschke, and sat down for a few minutes to discuss the convention.

Books Feature, Oct. 18, 2002

News/Print

Books Column, Oct. 11, 2002

Book Woman Fights Back

If "things don't return to the normal pattern by the end of the year, then I think we would have to re-evaluate," says Book Woman's Susan Post. "But we're not going to take out a loan, we're going to have a benefit! It's like we're in the hospital and we have some hospital bills, and our friends are going to help us pay them." She's talking about Sunday's Independents Jam, about which you can find out more here.

Books Feature, Oct. 4, 2002

News/Print

Books Column, Oct. 4, 2002

News/Print

Whatever you're looking for is right here.

Books Feature, Sep. 20, 2002

International Competition

Documentaries

Screens Feature, Sep. 13, 2002

On Paper

So New Media: something old, something new, something borrowed, something to do

Books Feature, Aug. 30, 2002

The MonkeyWrench Manifesto

Volunteers of America: If you're feeling sinister, North Loop's newest wants you.

Books Feature, Aug. 16, 2002

Printed Matters

Books Column, Aug. 16, 2002

Rude Mechs' Richardson to Read With Ethan Hawke

At his BookPeople appearance on Friday, Aug. 2, 7pm, Ethan Hawke and his Ash Wednesday will be joined by the Rude Mechanicals' mega-talented Sarah Richardson.

Books Feature, Aug. 2, 2002

Watch Your Language

UCLA Professor Otto Santa Ana brings Brown Tide Rising to Resistencia.

Books Feature, Jul. 26, 2002

Strategic Air Command

In his seventh starring turn with noted alpha-male auteur Anthony Mann, Jimmy Stewart is aging third baseman "Dutch" Holland -- 152 RBI last season and a brand-new $70,000 contract, to boot -- whose country wants him back in the USAF.

Screens Review, Jul. 19, 2002

Upcoming ...

We survey the landscape of upcoming literary events and author appearances.

Books Feature, Jul. 19, 2002

True Crime?

Why is the Austin American-Statesman in touch with the lawyers for Holtzbrinck Publishers Holdings and its subsidiary Holt, publisher of the critically acclaimed A Death in Texas?

Books Feature, Jun. 28, 2002

Meera Nair at Book Woman

Meera Nair appears at Book Woman, tonight (June 20), 7pm, to read from Video: Stories.

Books Feature, Jun. 21, 2002

Write On

The 2002-03 Dobie Paisano Fellows are Oscar Casares and Todd Hearon.

Books Feature, Jun. 14, 2002

Book Review

Books Feature, Jun. 14, 2002

Where They're Coming From

Connecting the Dots of Texas Writers Month 2002

Books Feature, Jun. 7, 2002

The Real McCoy

Darin Strauss

Books Feature, May. 31, 2002

Iceland

Jim Krusoe

Books Feature, May. 31, 2002

The Latest in Paper

Books Feature, May. 31, 2002

Elvis Costello

When I Was Cruel

Music Review, Apr. 19, 2002

The Southerner

The Southerner, Jean Renoir's last great film, and the only one to earn him an Academy Award nomination.

Screens Review, Mar. 29, 2002

Curtain Call

SXSW Film saves the (next to) last dance for Robbie Robertson, with the Friday night Paramount screening of The Last Waltz; also, more SXSW film reviews.

Screens Feature, Mar. 22, 2002

You See Me Laughin'

Screens Feature, Mar. 15, 2002

But Seriously, Folks

CQ's Roman Coppola

Screens Feature, Mar. 15, 2002

All in the Family

Books Feature, Feb. 22, 2002

Top 10 Gene Hackman Films

A Salute to America's Anti-Hero, Gene Hackman

Screens Review, Jan. 4, 2002

The Night of the Hunter

1955's The Night of the Hunter stars the terrifying Robert Mitchum as a reverend with an evil-Elvis swagger, complete with knuckles on his right-hand tattooed with "LOVE" and knuckles on his left with "HATE."

Screens Review, Dec. 21, 2001

Paris vu Par ... (Six in Paris)

Screens Review, Nov. 2, 2001

Observatory Mansions: A Novel

Books Review, Apr. 6, 2001

Rides of the Midway: A Novel

Books Review, Feb. 23, 2001

Francis Ford Coppola's Zoetrope: All Story

Books Review, Jan. 12, 2001

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