James McWilliams

10 entries
The Marble Falls
The Marble Falls
The Demise of One Small Town's One-Screen Theatre Comes Down to Cold Logic in a Big Business

Screens, Aug. 1, 2003

Book Reviews
The White Rock: An Exploration of the Inca Heartland
James McWilliams reviews Hugh Thomson's The White Rock.

Books, March 14, 2003

What's in a Face?
What's in a Face?
A lot, Mike Woolf discovered while making his short doc 'Growin' a Beard' -- and especially If the face Has got whiskers on the chin and Jowls

Screens, Feb. 21, 2003

Rectangular Packages With Ribbons
True West
Once they unwrap these, they'll put them on the coffee table or in the WC, and then they'll hug you!

Books, Dec. 13, 2002

Texas Book Festival 2002 Book Reviews
Texas Book Festival 2002 Book Reviews
Accept the premise that no work of historical fiction dealing with Native Americans can match Cormac McCarthy's Blood Meridian and you're on your way to appreciating David Marion Wilkinson's Oblivion's Altar for what it is," writes James McWilliams. "An entertaining, imaginative, and historically informed story about the ruthless displacement of the Cherokee Nation from its Georgia homeland."

Books, Nov. 15, 2002

Book Reviews
Pipe Dreams: Greed, Ego, and the Death of Enron

Books, Oct. 25, 2002

That Other Hunger
That Other Hunger
The writing -- and much, much more -- is on Ryan Richardson's wall

Books, Aug. 23, 2002

Book Reviews
Rio Ganges

Books, July 5, 2002

Devil in the Details
Devil in the Details
Why is 'Talented Amateur Historian' Leon Day obsessed with the death of Ambrose Bierce?

Books, May 17, 2002

Learning One's Letters
Learning One's Letters
Why was Oscar Wilde's "Letter to Momma" lurking undiscovered in Texas?

Books, Feb. 8, 2002

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