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February 1, 2002

Upcoming events in Austin's literary scene

Clay Smith

January 25, 2002

Book news, signings, and author appearances this week

Clay Smith

January 18, 2002

The last time we heard about Karla Faye Tucker, she was being executed; now, almost four years later, there's a new novel about her. Or about someone very like her. And Beverly Lowry's classic Crossed Over, a memoir about getting to know Karla Faye Tucker, gets a reissue.

Clay Smith

January 11, 2002

Not one day back from vacation and the growing list of noble souls who need to be congratulated is making Books Editor Clay Smith uneasy.

Clay Smith

November 30, 2001

Austin's literary news

Clay Smith

May 11, 2001

Katherine Anne Porter would have turned 101 on May 15; details in Postscripts.

Clay Smith

April 6, 2001

Upcoming events in Austin's literary life.

Clay Smith

March 30, 2001

Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Edna Buchanan's latest detective novel, and upcoming events.

Clay Smith

March 23, 2001

The funny people at Modern Humorist have devised a new way to make fun of the President, and upcoming events in Austin's literary life.

Clay Smith

March 16, 2001

A young Texas writer who found success in Hollywood, and a new book of photographs by one of Austin's most experienced photographers.

Clay Smith

March 9, 2001

Upcoming literary events in Austin.

Clay Smith

March 2, 2001

How Frances Kiernan, author of Seeing Mary Plain: A Life of Mary McCarthy, "stumbled" across the idea of writing the book.

Clay Smith

February 23, 2001

Why dull people make witty writers and other mysteries in this week's Postscripts.

Clay Smith

February 16, 2001

How to learn more about publishing, for free; and upcoming literary events in Austin.

Clay Smith

February 9, 2001

Upcoming events in Austin's literary life

Clay Smith

February 2, 2001

BookPeople is making it easier than ever to contribute to local nonprofits and other independent businesses on its Web site.

Clay Smith

January 26, 2001

Upcoming literary events in Austin.

Clay Smith

January 19, 2001

Upcoming events in Austin's literary life.

Clay Smith

January 12, 2001

Neal Barrett Jr. and Bill Crawford both win the Busiest Texas Writer of 2000 Award.

Clay Smith

January 5, 2001

Book news, signings, and author appearances this week.

Clay Smith

January 14, 1999

Babich's Book Regular readers of our "Postmarks" section of the paper -- the letters to the editor -- are...

Clay Smith

January 7, 1999

Events Book People hosts Jonathan Kellerman discussing and signing Billy Straight: A Novel on Monday, January 11 at 7pm....

Clay Smith

December 31, 1998

You've Got Mail, the Nora Ephron romantic comedy starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan, has been doing more than just...

Clay Smith

December 25, 1998

Wishes Here's how to give someone that big, ineffable gift of knowledge, or at least the necessary first steps...

Clay Smith

December 18, 1998

Money for KAP House Chalk one up (again) for the forces renovating the Katherine Anne Porter house. Bill Johnson,...

Clay Smith

December 11, 1998

In the latest issue of The New York Review of Books (Vol. 45, No. 20, December 17), Norman Mailer begins...

Clay Smith

December 4, 1998

In December, bookstores tend to lighten the load of visiting authors because it's the holidays and because they're busy selling...

Clay Smith

November 27, 1998

Congratulations to Louis Sachar, author of Holes, which won the 1998 National Book Award for Young People's Literature. And congratulations,...

Clay Smith

November 20, 1998

by Claiborne Smith Real Answers The obvious question to ask the author of yet another book about the JFK...

November 13, 1998

Share and Share Alike Tom Grimes, SWT's director of the M.F.A. and creative writing programs, finds himself sharing Hyperion...

Clay Smith

November 6, 1998

Nuvo Book The argument, and it's not an unfounded one, goes like this: The reason electronic books will never...

Clay Smith

October 30, 1998

Hitting the Airwaves Book People has plans to end its radio ad campaign next week, according to Valera Stroup, the...

October 23, 1998

Lizbeth, of Lars Eighner's Travels With Lizbeth, died on September 25, at the age of 13 years and seven months....

Clay Smith

October 16, 1998

from Texas Sky The Austin Writers' League's annual fundraiser happens this weekend; it's the Kinked-Up Follies, with Kinky Friedman,...

Clay Smith

October 9, 1998

Re-joining the ranks of Austin authors is mystery novelist Steven Saylor, who just closed on a home-away-from-home in Travis Heights....

Clay Smith

October 2, 1998

"Good history doesn't necessarily make good drama, and good drama doesn't necessarily make good history." That's one of the realizations...

September 18, 1998

by Claiborne Smith In the Works Nothing is set in stone yet, but it seems highly likely that by November,...

September 11, 1998

Certainly there are worse fates. If we must havefates,it's actually a very lucky one to be able to watchthe latest...

Clay Smith

September 4, 1998

Since in Central Texas the climate is obviously no indication that fall is on its way, there fortunately are other...

Clay Smith

August 28, 1998

Since Debra Monroe helped create the book tour for her most recent work, Newfangled (Simon & Schuster), she wasn't being...

Clay Smith

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