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Unraveling Shakespeare's Life
Dr. James Shapiro tackles the Bard one slice at a time
"...we don't read many sermons compared to plays and novels because they're fairly dry, but you can learn a..."

March 23, 2012 Books Post by Robert Faires

'Wild Beasts'
Five artists massage your corneas with vivid colors and Fauvist style
"...than in the titles of a dozen Travis McGee novels, but it's no mystery as to why that, in..."

Sept. 23, 2011 Arts Review by Wayne Alan Brenner

TV Eye: That's What She Said
After 10 years in print, 'TV Eye' has its series finale
"...(And, by the way, I managed to publish two novels in the meantime.)..."

July 8, 2011 Screens Column by Belinda Acosta

Bandit Love
Good wine and thugs, in translation
"...the end, it's a little disappointing how easy this mystery is for Buratti and his friends to unravel...."

Nov. 19, 2010 Books Review by Katherine Smith

Spider's Web
This talky Agatha Christie mystery is long but serves up an amusing little puzzle
"...lot of plays, and she wrote a lot of novels. Her books exemplify what is now referred to as..."

July 9, 2010 Arts Review by Elizabeth Cobbe

Time for Staple!ing
Annual indie media convention returns this Saturday
"...he was an industry icon with work on Sandman Mystery Theatre and his creator-owned The Marquis before he took..."

March 5, 2010 Books Post by Richard Whittaker

Letters at 3AM
America's ideal of liberty shaped the country's finest authors
"...faith. Look Homeward, Angel (1929), one of our best novels, isn't a book people talk much about anymore. Its..."

Aug. 14, 2009 Column by Michael Ventura

Letters at 3AM
Homer, the epic poet of ancient Greece, invented the cinematic close-up
"...Makepeace Thackeray, and Charles Dickens were writing precise treatises (novels) about the relation of the individual to the collective...."

April 24, 2009 Column by Michael Ventura

Friday Picks
"...charm wafts from her forthcoming, Björn Yttling-produced debut, Youth Novels (LL Recordings), and it's worth chasing. (Also: 11pm @..."

March 14, 2008 Music Feature

Happy Accidents
Dominic Smith on The Beautiful Miscellaneous
"...and most of those are going to be airport novels. So when you find readers who really like good..."

June 15, 2007 Books Feature by John H. Razook

It Rhymes With Lust
Dark Horse reprints the unabridged classic
"...John Publications to produce a line of mass-market "picture novels." Only two books were published, both in 1950 and..."

March 23, 2007 Books Review by Rick Klaw

'Veronica Mars' 101
"...original protagonist of a series of teen noir detective novels Thomas had in the works when his TV writing..."

Jan. 13, 2006 Screens Feature by Belinda Acosta

New Year, Old Films
Mid-20th-century must-sees: Part I
"...screwball comedies, dramas, and noir (as well as softer mystery stuff) from the 1930s through the 1950s – that..."

Dec. 30, 2005 Screens Feature by Louis Black

Land of Confusion
Michael Simon's first detective novel finds a transplanted New Yorker struggling to solve a murder in a 'completely different' Austin
"...Simon's story shows him literally piecing together a murder mystery. The pieces are of the victim's flesh, which keeps..."

July 30, 2004 Books Feature by Roger Gathman

TV Eye
Strong words from Edward James Olmos, and what's on this week.
"...Clooney stars as an ex-con who writes pulp crime novels hired to revitalize a failing TV show written by..."

Aug. 29, 2003 Screens Column by Belinda Acosta

News/Print
Please form two lines and file in slowly.
"...should send up to 20 pages of their unpublished novels to the league in the categories of Mainstream, Mystery/..."

April 18, 2003 Books Column by Shawn Badgley

News/Print
"...be in attendance at Bouchercon 2002, the 33rd World Mystery Convention, which is taking place in Texas -- Austin,..."

Oct. 4, 2002 Books Column by Shawn Badgley

Printed Matters
"...material outside his own experience when so many first novels have a memoirish feel," recently finished his second novel,..."

Aug. 16, 2002 Books Column by Shawn Badgley

Recommended
"...to name her Writer of the Year. Her new mystery, Fingersmith (Riverhead Books, $24.95), is one of the most..."

Feb. 8, 2002 Books Feature by Clay Smith

Carl Hiaasen's Latest
Carl Hiaasen fans have come to expect novels full of wit and wisdom, bile and brilliance. His latest, Basket Case (Knopf, $25.95), doesn't break any new ground, but it is almost exactly that type of book, reviewer Rick Klaw writes.
"...Carl Hiaasen fans have come to expect novels full of wit and wisdom, bile and brilliance. His..."

Feb. 1, 2002 Arts Feature by Rick Klaw

Postscripts
Austin's literary news
"...Ava's Man... The last of 2000's spate of historical novels set in Texas is out in paperback: Along with..."

Nov. 30, 2001 Books Column by Clay Smith

Texas Book Festival Wrap-Up
Taking stock of this year's panels and readings
"...where it usually does. Today's "My First Time: First Novels" panel took place on the bottom floor of the..."

Nov. 23, 2001 Books Feature by Clay Smith

2001 Texas Book Festival Schedule
"...E2 of the Capitol Extension My First Time: First Novels..."

Nov. 16, 2001 Books Feature

Surreal Science
Looking at three books -- Plague Time, Cancer: The Evolutionary Legacy, and The Rise and Fall of Modern Medicine, Roger Gathman observes that for every advance in technology, nature counterbalances with new opportunities for disease.
"...more popular novelist, and even today one of her novels, Evelina, is still in print, a Penguin classic. Burney..."

March 2, 2001 Books Feature by Roger Gathman

Notes on Mad Dogs
If you were young, talented, and a little crazy in the old Austin, you may have answered to the bizarre title of "Mad Dog."
"...and its credo was "Everything that is not a mystery is guesswork." In 1970, Mad Dog did become incorporated..."

Jan. 26, 2001 Books Feature by Clay Smith

Telling War Stories
National Book Award winner and SWT professor Tim O'Brien is real. He's blunt. But he's also, according to Chronicle editor Sarah Hepola, responsible for her hangover.
"...a war he served in from 1969-1970. In seven novels, he has explored various genres and written about heartache,..."

April 28, 2000 Books Feature by Sarah Hepola

The Gates of the Alamo Reviewed
Mark Busby reviews Stephen Harrigan's The Gates of the Alamo.
"...layered by mythic retellings, is an enigma shrouded in mystery, obscured by politics, and clouded by legend. Any novelist..."

March 24, 2000 Books Feature by Mark Busby

Postmarks
Don't look to the past, don't repeat other's mistakes, and don't read the Chronicle's movie reviews.
"...money and having time to play music or write novels. People who don't want to work 40 hours a..."

Jan. 21, 2000 Column

Ahab's Wife, or The Star-Gazer
"...arrived at such free thinking is unfortunately left a mystery), she is sent by her kindly mother to be..."

Oct. 22, 1999 Books Review by Stacy Bush

Shopping
"...from silly-animal fanzines and superhero compilations to adult-themed graphic novels and indie alterna-views, flanked by figurines of vampires and..."

Sept. 24, 1999 Best of Austin Feature

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