Books

The Last Shootist

Glendon Swarthout’s son, Miles, takes a shot at a sequel to his father’s classic novel.

Truly Texas Mexican

Chef Adán Medrano moves beyond Tex-Mex in search of the Lone Star State’s original indigenous cuisine in his new cookbook.

Days & Nights at the Physic Opera

Snake oil, diamonds & country music made for one heckuva show.

The Homesick Texan

For author Lisa Fain, distance from her home state has added a fresh perspective on her favorite flavors.

The Southern Cowboy

John Rivers has answered a higher calling to bring Texas-style barbecue to Florida with 4 Rivers Smokehouse.

Cowgirl Creamery

Happy cows may come from California, but it took two enterprising women from Tennessee to turn their milk into a thriving cheese culture.

Louis L’Amour’s “Law of the Desert Born” Goes Graphic

Louis L’Amour’s original pulp western Law of the Desert Born gets a deluxe graphic novel treatment thanks to the efforts of his son, Beau.

Researching The Searchers

Glenn Frankel’s new book on John Ford’s iconic western film uncovers an incredible history.