Texas Book Festival

Nov. 5-6

Eating the Fudge
Eating the Fudge
Queering the family with Queer Rock Love author Paige Schilt

Nov. 5, 2016

All Booked Up for the Texas Book Festival
All Booked Up for the Texas Book Festival
Fans of the written word, keep this weekend’s schedule free; you’ll need every minute for the TBF

Nov. 3, 2016

<i>Who Killed These Girls?</i>
Who Killed These Girls?
by Beverly Lowry

Nov. 3, 2016

<i>The Devil’s Sinkhole</i>
The Devil’s Sinkhole
by Bill Wittliff

Nov. 3, 2016

<i>Razor Girl</i>
Razor Girl
by Carl Hiaasen

Nov. 3, 2016

<i>The O. Henry Prize Stories 2016: The Best Stories of the Year</i>
The O. Henry Prize Stories 2016: The Best Stories of the Year
Edited by Laura Furman

Nov. 3, 2016

<i>The Blind Astronomer’s Daughter</i>
The Blind Astronomer’s Daughter
by John Pipkin

Nov. 3, 2016

<i>The Last Painting of Sara de Vos</i>
The Last Painting of Sara de Vos
by Dominic Smith

Nov. 3, 2016

<i>White Sands: Experiences From the Outside World</i>
White Sands: Experiences From the Outside World
by Geoff Dyer

Nov. 3, 2016

<i>The Terror Years: From Al-Qaeda to the Islamic State</i>
The Terror Years: From Al-Qaeda to the Islamic State
by Lawrence Wright

Nov. 3, 2016

<i>The Wangs vs. the World</i>
The Wangs vs. the World
by Jade Chang

Nov. 3, 2016

<i>Wild Things, Wild Places: Adventurous Tales of Wildlife and Conservation on Planet Earth</i>
Wild Things, Wild Places: Adventurous Tales of Wildlife and Conservation on Planet Earth
by Jane Alexander

Nov. 3, 2016

<i>Sweetbitter</i>
Sweetbitter
by Stephanie Danler

Nov. 3, 2016

<i>A Gentleman in Moscow</i>
A Gentleman in Moscow
by Amor Towles

Nov. 3, 2016

<i>Today Will Be Different</i>
Today Will Be Different
by Maria Semple

Nov. 3, 2016

Book Review: Texas Book Festival Music Reviews
Without Getting Killed or Caught: The Life and Music of Guy Clark
The dean of Lone Star songwriting documented at the 11th hour

Nov. 3, 2016

The History of Rock & Roll, Volume 1: 1920-1963
The History of Rock & Roll, Volume 1: 1920-1963
Local music journalism pioneer takes on all of rock & roll

Nov. 3, 2016

The Speed of Sound: Breaking the Barriers Between Music and Technology: A Memoir
The Speed of Sound: Breaking the Barriers Between Music and Technology: A Memoir
How the one-hit UK synth-pop entrepreneur transcended the Top 40

Nov. 3, 2016

Ben Katchor: Drawn, You Might Say, to the Texas Book Festival
Texas Book Festival: Ben Katchor
The acclaimed cartoonist brings his Cheap Novelties to Austin

Nov. 2, 2016

Grace Bonney Leads In the Company of Women Event
Grace Bonney Leads In the Company of Women Event
Texas Book Festival brings Design*Sponge founder and friends to town

Oct. 6, 2016

The Mind’s New Science Guys
The Mind’s New Science Guys
UT profs mix brain data, insight, and badinage for live entertainment

Oct. 3, 2016

Texas Book Festival 2016: The Full List
Texas Book Festival 2016: The Full List
TBF hosts Don DeLillo, Thomas Dolby, Emma Cline, 277 more

Sept. 15, 2016

The <i>Seven Skeletons</i> of Lydia Pyne
The Seven Skeletons of Lydia Pyne
The local science historian debuts her new book about famous fossil hominids

Aug. 11, 2016

Review: Emma Cline's <i>The Girls</i>
Review: Emma Cline's The Girls
This seismic literary debut tracks a California girl drawn to a dark cult in 1969

Aug. 11, 2016

Amy Gentry on <i>Good as Gone</i>
Amy Gentry on Good as Gone
This Austin author didn't set out to make her first novel a thriller, but now that it's out, she's good with that

July 21, 2016

Review: <i>Good as Gone: A Novel of Suspense</i>
Good as Gone: A Novel of Suspense
Amy Gentry's page-turning thriller is set apart by its realistic and empathetic portrayal of abuse victims and their families

July 21, 2016

Carolyn Cohagan's <i>Time Zero</i>
Carolyn Cohagan's Time Zero
With her new YA novel and her program Girls With Pens, the Austin author promotes literacy as girl power

May 19, 2016

Minerva Koenig on <i>South of Nowhere</i>
Evolving a Detective
Minerva Koenig wanted her mystery series to show how someone becomes a sleuth

Feb. 25, 2016

Stephen Harrigan on <i>A Friend of Mr. Lincoln</i>
Stephen Harrigan on A Friend of Mr. Lincoln
The Austin writer reveals the vision behind his portrait of the 16th president as a young man in his new novel

Jan. 28, 2016

J. Scott Brownlee's <i>Requiem for Used Ignition Cap</i>
J. Scott Brownlee's Requiem for Used Ignition Cap
The first full-length poetry collection by this Hill County native brings him back to Llano, powerfully

Dec. 23, 2015

Texas Book Festival 2015: <br><i>The Train to Crystal City</i>
Review: The Train to Crystal City
Jan Jarboe Russell's saga of World War II internment in Texas reviewed

Oct. 15, 2015

Specht Speaks!
Specht Speaks!
More Q&A with Migratory Animals author Mary Helen Specht

Jan. 15, 2015

Do I Stay or Do I Go?
Do I Stay or Do I Go?
In her debut novel Migratory Animals, Austin author Mary Helen Specht explores the push and pull of place

Jan. 15, 2015

Previous Texas Book Festival coverage:
2015, 2014, 2013, 2012

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