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In & Out
The Dallas Morning News broke the news last week that Pulitzer Prize winner Michael Cunningham (The Hours), a big draw for fans of literary fiction, has dropped out of the fest.

3:23PM Tue. Sep. 7, 2010, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

The comic of live-action graphic novel The Intergalactic Nemesis
From Stage To Print
This weekend, live-action graphic novel The Intergalactic Nemesis is making its big stage bow at the Long Center. But, and here's the fun fact, oh fans of two-fisted pulp adventure, there's actually a graphic novel of the graphic novel.

1:00PM Sat. Sep. 4, 2010, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

O. Henry Museum to Host Writing Workshop
You know the whole “if these walls could talk” thing? Well, listen up, son, ‘cause these walls probably know a thing or two about twist endings.

4:09PM Thu. Sep. 2, 2010, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

Armadillocon To The Future!
If there was a single moment that summed up this weekend's Armadillocon 32, it was Saturday night's duet about a giant ape.

4:15PM Wed. Sep. 1, 2010, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

I Will Not Give You Up
I didn’t plan on reviewing Jonathan Franzen’s Freedom (Farrar, Straus and Giroux) – and I’m still not, hence this slapdash blog post and not a formal review in this week’s paper – but I finished the book a week ago and still haven’t shook the damn thing, so there you go.

10:52PM Mon. Aug. 30, 2010, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

'Home Field' Looks Great on the Coffee Table
I'm a sucker for big sports-related coffee-table books with lots of beautiful glossy photos. So when Jeff Wilson's Home Field: Texas High School Football Stadiums From Alice to Zephyr showed up on my desk, a slight bit of drool formed in the corner of my mouth (TMI?). With a forward from Mr. Friday Night Lights himself, Buzz Bissinger, I knew this was a keeper.

7:40AM Sat. Aug. 28, 2010, Mark Fagan Read More | Comment »

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Turd Blossom at TBF
This morning, the Texas Book Festival released its lineup for the 2010 fest, which runs Oct. 16-17. Let’s page through the findings, shall we?

10:00AM Thu. Aug. 26, 2010, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

What's Old Is New Again
It’s not a perfect fit – Eklektikos’ etymological roots, after all, are ancient Greek, while Austin author Steven Saylor’s bread and butter is the since-fallen Roman empire – but we suspect some common ground will be found when host John Aielli speaks with Saylor on-air in advance of a BookPeople event on Sept. 1.

4:30PM Wed. Aug. 25, 2010, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

Follow That Fiction
Many a writer will swear by the effectiveness of a nice glass of vino in loosing the creative juices, which makes House Wine the perfect venue for American Short Fiction's upcoming craft talk.

11:44AM Wed. Aug. 4, 2010, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

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