The interview show will be filmed at the Hotel Settles in Big Spring and feature Parks interviewing local poets, novelists, short story writers, and songwriters. Produced in cooperation with Kathryn Copeland of the Permian Basin Poetry Society, the show is directed by award-winning filmmaker James Fite

The Border Regional Library Association (BRLA) presented the 2018 Southwest Book Awards at their annual banquet on Saturday, February 23 in El Paso.

The National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC) announced 43 NALAC Fund for the Arts grants today. Totaling $267,000, the awards provide funding to 26 Latinx artists and collectives and 17 Latinx arts organizations in 13 states and Puerto Rico.

Over the years, residents of the Vickery Meadow neighborhood of  Dallas have turned to nonprofits and faith groups to get library-like services such as a computer lab or language lessons.

Beginning in 2019, as part of Writespace’s commitment to encourage and support new voices, every year they will award Emerging Writer Fellowships to two exceptionally talented writers selected from the Houston community.