By Keith Rice 8 min read
Nonfiction books by Joan Didion, Ken Ilgunas, David Owen, and more tell evocative tales of traversing America, from the Colorado River to Alaska.
By Lorraine Berry 14 min read
As with many stories we tell about ourselves, the truth about World War II is far more complicated than can be captured in a soundbite culture.
By Signature 15 min read
"The Great American Read" premieres Tuesday, May 22 at 8/7c on PBS stations. Here's a sneak peek at nominated books have been adapted into classic movies.
By Bryce Bauer 5 min read
A look at how Lawrence Wright, longtime Texan and Texas insider, has taken Texas’s archetypes and explored them on a refreshingly human scale.
By Rebecca Erbelding 13 min read
Rebecca Erbelding, author of Rescue Board, shares how the War Refugee Board, the JDC, and other organizations helped to save Hungarian Jews during WWII.
By Jessica Mizzi 8 min read
These ten riveting books all touch on pertinent issues in today's America, and for that reason alone, they're worth a read.