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Joel Hodgson on MST30K
Joel Hodgson on MST30K
Reflecting on 30 years on the Satellite of Love

Robert Faires, Oct. 31, 2018

The Best of John Rabon Is on Its Way
The Best of John Rabon Is on Its Way
In a manner of speaking, baby, in a manner of speaking

Wayne Alan Brenner, Oct. 31, 2018

Barkitecture 2018 at Fair Market
Barkitecture 2018 at Fair Market
Photos by David Brendan Hall

Photos, Oct. 29, 2018

Texas Book Festival 2018: Making History: The Civil Rights Movement in Texas
Texas Book Festival 2018: Making History: The Civil Rights Movement in Texas
Uncovering the untold stories of integration at UT

Katarina Brown, Oct. 29, 2018

Texas Book Festival 2018: Real Romance: Alyssa Cole and Jasmine Guillory
Texas Book Festival 2018: Real Romance: Alyssa Cole and Jasmine Guillory
The two on what makes their contemporary love stories sparkle

Rosalind Faires, Oct. 29, 2018

Texas Book Festival 2018: War Reporting: The Fighters on the Ground
Texas Book Festival 2018: War Reporting: The Fighters on the Ground
C.J. Chivers on capturing the lives of American soldiers now

Elizabeth Banicki, Oct. 29, 2018

Texas Book Festival 2018: Alternate Realities: Sci-Fi in 2018
Texas Book Festival 2018: Alternate Realities: Sci-Fi in 2018
V.E. Schwab and John Scalzi ponder the point of writing sci-fi

Elizabeth Cobbe, Oct. 29, 2018

Texas Book Festival 2018: Cecile Richards
Texas Book Festival 2018: Cecile Richards
Former Planned Parenthood leader calls for action

Katarina Brown, Oct. 29, 2018

Texas Book Festival 2018: The Real Story of Lolita
Texas Book Festival 2018: The Real Story of Lolita
Sarah Weinman on the true crime story behind Nabokov’s novel

Rosalind Faires, Oct. 28, 2018

Texas Book Festival 2018: Meet the Indie Next Authors
Texas Book Festival 2018: Meet the Indie Next Authors
Faves R.O. Kwon, Tommy Orange, and Nicole Chung get personal

Rosalind Faires, Oct. 28, 2018

Conspirare Sings at Matthew Shepard Interment
Conspirare Sings at Matthew Shepard Interment
Austin choral ensemble performed at National Cathedral service

Robert Faires, Oct. 26, 2018

A Drinker's Guide to Literary Austin
A Drinker's Guide to Literary Austin
Local authors dish on their favorite bars for reading and writing

Emily Beyda, Oct. 26, 2018

Review: <i>Berlin</i>
Review: Berlin
At last complete, Jason Lutes' graphic novel is a masterpiece

Jesse Sublett, Oct. 26, 2018

November Road
November Road
Lou Berney's latest, set around JFK's assassination, is a tightly written crime tale worthy of Raymond Chandler or James M. Cain

Jesse Sublett, Oct. 25, 2018

Ben Fountain on <i>Beautiful Country Burn Again</i>
Ben Fountain on Beautiful Country Burn Again
In his new book, the author lights up 2016 to make sense of that crazy, intense year

Robert Faires, Oct. 25, 2018

Austin Symphony's <i>Happy Birthday, Lenny</i>
Austin Symphony's Happy Birthday, Lenny
In its concert celebrating Bernstein, the ASO shows the composer giving his all in even the briefest of works

Robert Faires, Oct. 25, 2018

Books to Prep You for the Texas Book Festival
Books for Days
The read goes on forever at the 2018 Texas Book Festival

Robert Faires, Oct. 25, 2018

“Candace Hicks: Many Mini Murder Scenes” at Women & Their Work
“Candace Hicks: Many Mini Murder Scenes” at Women & Their Work
In her small-scale re-creations of murder scenes in mystery novels, the artist provides playful social commentary on the genre

Taylor Prewitt, Oct. 25, 2018

There There
There There
The Big Oakland Powwow provides a window into modern Native American life in Tommy Orange's searing debut novel

Rosalind Faires, Oct. 25, 2018

“Shanie Tommasini: Slippery Clump” at the Umlauf
“Shanie Tommasini: Slippery Clump” at the Umlauf
The Umlauf Prize-winning artist uses big, playful shapes and environmental manipulation to look at art, nature, and conservation

Melany Jean, Oct. 25, 2018

Little Fires Everywhere
Little Fires Everywhere
Celeste Ng's second novel offers rich portrayals of motherhood in the suburbs

Rosalind Faires, Oct. 25, 2018

The Wedding Date
The Wedding Date
For a good time, read Jasmine Guillory's delightful debut romcom

Rosalind Faires, Oct. 25, 2018

Snapshot: Ghost Walk Austin
Snapshot: Ghost Walk Austin
Suicide Brides and servant girl murders: Haunted tour guide Jim Miles explores the creepier side of Downtown Austin

David Brendan Hall, Oct. 25, 2018

How Waiting Tables Sparked Lillian Li's Imagination
How Waiting Tables Sparked Lillian Li's Imagination
The author of Number One Chinese Restaurant shares her inspiration

Emily Beyda, Oct. 25, 2018

Michelle Tea Brings Her Latest Book to UT
Michelle Tea Brings Her Latest Book to UT
Iconic queer memoirist reflects on her past and future writing career

Beth Sullivan, Oct. 24, 2018

Review: <i>Sophisticated Giant</i>
Review: Sophisticated Giant
The long-awaited bio of sax legend Dexter Gordon is here

Jay Trachtenberg, Oct. 23, 2018

Jason Lutes: <i>Berlin</i>
Jason Lutes: Berlin
Texas Book Festival brings the author and his magnum opus to Austin

Wayne Alan Brenner, Oct. 22, 2018

San Marcos Fights to Preserve Historic First Baptist Church
San Marcos Fights to Preserve Historic First Baptist Church
First African-American church in San Marcos up for $150,000 grant

Hannah Wisterman, Oct. 19, 2018

Edward Carey's Portrait of Madame Tussaud in <i>Little</i>
Edward Carey's Portrait of Madame Tussaud in Little
The Austin author both writes about and illustrates the grand, strange life of the waxworks queen

Rosalind Faires, Oct. 18, 2018

Snapshot: ACL Artists Pick Their Favorite Paul McCartney Songs
Snapshot: ACL Artists Pick Their Favorite Paul McCartney Songs
Because you either like the Beatles, or you haven't listened to enough of the Beatles

David Brendan Hall, Oct. 18, 2018

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