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In Memoriam: Jan Reid
Remembering the legendary author and Texas Monthly writer
"...To use the vernacular of boxing – the sport Jan Reid so loved – he was a writer with..."

Sept. 21, 2020 Arts Post by Robert Faires

Jan Reid: A Remembrance
Jesse Sublett pays tribute to his late friend as a true writer
"...Jan Reid, author of The Improbable Rise of Redneck Rock,..."

Sept. 22, 2020 Arts Post by Jesse Sublett

Cracks in the Ceiling
An extended Q&A with Ann Richards biographer Jan Reid
"...week the Chronicle sat down for a conversation with Jan Reid, author of the new biography, Let the People..."

Oct. 25, 2012 Arts Post by Michael King

A 'Bullet' to the Gut
In The Bullet Meant for Me, his new memoir, Texas Monthly writer Jan Reid explains why he went to Mexico and was forced to return as a changed man.
"...About four years ago, Jan Reid, a longtime writer for Texas Monthly and the..."

March 29, 2002 Books Feature by Clay Smith

Cracks in the Ceiling
Jan Reid on Ann Richards' legacy
"...the Chronicle sat down for a brief conversation with Jan Reid, author of the new biography, Let the People..."

Oct. 26, 2012 Books Feature by Michael King

Money Raised for Reid
"...$60,000 - that's the amount organizers of the Jan Reid Rescue Fund have raised in an amazingly short..."

May 15, 1998 Books Column by Clay Smith

Things They Used to Do
Dick Holland assesses two Texas journalists, Gary Cartwright and Jan Reid, whose new collections of articles possess a cautionary wisdom, the kind you acquire when you court danger and danger provides you with a keen view of what lies beyond.
"...Close Calls: Jan Reid's Texasby Jan Reid..."

Feb. 23, 2001 Books Feature by Dick Holland

'He's Forked Himself'
Our Full conversation with Louis Dubose about 'The Hammer'
"...the Republican Congress, by Austin authors Lou Dubose and Jan Reid. The book recounts the life and career of..."

Oct. 29, 2004 News Feature by Michael King

Point Austin: Missing Ann Richards
New biography recalls the highwater mark of Texas liberalism
"...Texas Gov. Ann Rich­ards, Let the People In, author Jan Reid allows himself to speculate briefly whether it all..."

Oct. 19, 2012 News Column by Michael King

At the Top of His Game
Longtime Texas Monthly editor Gregory Curtis calls it quits; deputy editor Evan Smith will succeed him. Louis Dubose, editor of the Texas Observer for 13 years, announces he will retire.
"...Jan Reid, a writer noted for his book The Improbable..."

June 9, 2000 News Column by Lee Nichols

Me No Kissy Ass
"...machine. The Texas Observer originally assigned this article to Jan Reid, a former senior editor at Texas Monthly magazine...."

Jan. 31, 1997 News Feature

We Have an Issue: Honoring RBG
The stakes have raised even higher for the most consequential election in a lifetime
"...In Memoriam: Jan Reid A longtime Texas Monthly writer who turned a..."

Sept. 25, 2020 Column by Kimberley Jones

What made Dave Oliphant want to write a long series of thematically linked poems about various places in Texas, especially when quite a few of those places at first glance seem, um, immune to the poetic touch (ever been to Wink)?
"...& Noble Guadalupe on Friday, September 29, at 7pm... Jan Reid, another commentator on Texas myths, will be at..."

Sept. 29, 2000 Books Column by Clay Smith

How to get Book Sense and why you'll be seeing lots of Texas Monthly in book form this fall.
"...wrote in "Is Jay J. Armes for Real?" a January 1996 article in Texas Monthly. That article is now..."

Sept. 22, 2000 Books Column by Clay Smith

'Reinventing Government'
A conversation with Louis Dubose about Tom DeLay and 'The Hammer'
"...the Republican Congress, by Austin authors Lou Dubose and Jan Reid. The book recounts the life and career of..."

Oct. 29, 2004 News Feature by Michael King

Sheet Music
"...The Improbable Rise of Redneck RockBy Jan Reid..."

May 28, 2004 Music Feature by Christopher Gray

Texas Tornado: The Times & Music of Doug Sahm
The Improbable Rise of Redneck Rock author Jan Reid rips fast and clean through the Lone Star State's most groovy kat
"...Texas Tornado: The Times & Music of Doug Sahmby Jan Reid with Shawn Sahm University of Texas Press, 201..."

Feb. 26, 2010 Music Review by Margaret Moser

Steven Fromholz
"...saying these days; rather, it's what he told journalist Jan Reid back in 1973 in Reid's book on Austin's..."

Sept. 11, 1998 Music Feature by Lee Nichols

Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs by Derek & the Dominos
" Jan Reid..."

Dec. 1, 2006 Music Feature by Raoul Hernandez

Capitol Chronicle
The pundits say Karl Rove is the One, but he's really only one among many.
"...former Chronicle Politics editor Louis Dubose, Texas Monthly writer Jan Reid, and Washington reporter Carl Cannon; and Bush's Brain,..."

March 14, 2003 News Column by Michael King

"...of Austin writer and longtime Texas Monthly contributing editor Jan Reid. Reid, the author of The Improbable Rise of..."

May 8, 1998 Books Column by Clay Smith

Progressive Country: How the 1970s Transformed the Texan in Popular Culture
There's a lot more to being a cosmic cowboy than just being a Lone Star
"...Mellard provides an accessibly academic companion and perspective to Jan Reid's 1974 landmark, The Improbable Rise of Redneck Rock,..."

Dec. 6, 2013 Music Feature by Doug Freeman

Texas Book Festival Announces 2012 Lineup
Hot off the press: Justin Cronin, Junot Díaz, and Cheryl Strayed among 200 authors to attend
"...first book-length profile of the late David Foster Wallace; Jan Reid (Let the People In: The Life and Times..."

Sept. 14, 2012 Books Feature by Kimberley Jones

Playback: Brent Grulke, 1961-2012
What SXSW Creative Director Brent Grulke meant to the music business
" Texas, he was drawn to Austin after reading Jan Reid touchstone The Improbable Rise of Redneck Rock, which..."

Aug. 17, 2012 Music Column by Kevin Curtin

'The Border Radio Show': Blast From the Past
In The Border Radio Show, a stellar cast of Lone Star artists revive the days when radio towers south of the Rio Grande filled the airwaves with revival meetings, wild product pitches, and all kinds of music.
"...pitchman, will be on hand, as will Kinky Friedman, Jan Reid, and Border Radio writers Fowler and Crawford. Independent..."

Sept. 16, 2005 Arts Feature by Belinda Acosta

Splendor in the Short Grass: The Grover Lewis Reader
Jesus Christ! What are these words? Hincty, goudge, donicker, furze, rick, pecksniff, flapdoodle fantod, tumerling? What kind of screwball whips out stuff like this?
"...edited by Jan Reid and W.K. Stratton..."

April 22, 2005 Books Review by Brant Bingamon

Austin literary agent Jim Hornfischer hasn't been sleeping. He's taking the bar at the end of the month, he and his wife have three children, and he recently founded his own agency, Hornfischer Literary Management, Inc., after eight years with The Literary Group, an agency headquartered in New York known for handling celebrity books.
"...Pulitzer this year. His clients also include Texas writers Jan Reid, Mary Beth Rogers (Barbara Jordan: American Hero), Don..."

July 13, 2001 Books Column by Clay Smith

In His Corner
Marcy Garriott's first documentary, Split Decision, follows the vigilant struggles of Jesus "El Matador" Chavez, who continues to be punished for a crime he has already paid for. Prior to the film's release in Austin this Friday, February 9, Garriott shares her reflections on the film and on her role as a filmmaker and activist.
"...a kind of second incarceration for Chavez. As writer Jan Reid wrote in a 1998 Texas Monthly article, "The..."

Feb. 9, 2001 Screens Feature by Belinda Acosta

Upcoming literary events in Austin.
"...Eklektikos (KUT 90.5FM) at 1pm that same day... Dr. Janis Stout, dean of faculties at Texas A&M and author..."

Oct. 6, 2000 Books Column by Clay Smith

"...of their works. Four of those authors, Gary Cartwright, Jan Reid, Elizabeth Crook, and the certifiably insane Jim Kunetka..."

April 17, 1998 Books Column by Clay Smith

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