Archive for: literature


Ransom Center Opens Coetzee Archive

In the 1960s, J. M. Coetzee was a UT graduate student, poring over Samuel Beckett archives at the Harry Ransom Center. Today, he’s a Nobel Prize-winning author...



Voices of Free Minds: Nelson Toala on “The Tempest”

I am a chef at a hotel, and until recently my job just felt like a routine, the same thing over and over. Now I find myself paying more attention to the details,...


Is the Novel Still Novel?

If you have ever feared that paperbacks will one day serve as vintage wall décor for all the nation’s indie coffee shops, then perhaps you are one of those concerned...



UT-Trained Scientist Works As ‘Celestial Sleuth’

Don Olson’s office is tucked deep into a corner of the physics department at Texas State University. But don’t call him an astrophysicist. “Celestial sleuth...

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