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November|December 2015 Good Reads

New books of interest to the Longhorn Universe Texas Mexican Americans & Postwar Civil Rights by Maggie Rivas-Rodriguez, BJ ’76 Public schools in Alpine were...

 
 

September | October 2015 Good Reads

New books of interest to the Longhorn Universe Eli Reed: A Long Walk Home Introduction by Paul Theroux “He can make the most bizarre and shocking images somehow...

 
 

May | June 2015 Good Reads

New books of interest to the Longhorn Universe Homegrown: Austin Music Posters From 1967 to 1982 Edited by Alan Schaefer, with Joe Nick Patoski, ’75, and Nels...

 
 

March | April 2015 Good Reads

New books of interest to the Longhorn Universe My Beautiful City Austin By David Heymann Waxing nostalgic about how Austin used to be has become something of an...

 
 

January|February Good Reads

New books of interest to the Longhorn Universe Texas on the Table: People, Places, and Recipes Celebrating the Lone Star State By Terry Thompson-Anderson; Photos...

 
 

Good Reads: November|December 2014

New books of interest to the Longhorn Universe 100 Things Longhorns Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die By Jenna Hays McEachern, ’72, Life Member This book...

 
 

Good Reads: September | October 2014

New Books of Interest to the Longhorn Universe Above the East China Sea By Sarah Bird, MA ’76 The 82-day Battle of Okinawa claimed the lives of at least 12,000...

 
 

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The Devil’s Backbone

Bill Wittliff’s inventive first novel is the story of a boy’s quest to find his missing mother in the anything-can-happen frontier of the 1880s. In this exclusive...

 
 

A Different Kind of Adult Bookstore

A quirky bookstore is bringing new life to Austin’s poetry scene. Not long after Malvern Books opened a year ago, an elderly gentleman stuck his head in the door,...

 
 

Good Reads: July | August 2014

New books of interest to the Longhorn Universe Charlie Chaplin, Director By Donna Kornhaber We know him best as the mustachioed actor who was the biggest star of...

 
 
 
 
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