MysteryPeople Returns to The BookPeople Podcast!

This week's episode of The BookPeople Podcast features a panel of crime fiction writers, editors, and historians discussing the enigmatic private eye in classic and contemporary crime fiction. MysteryPeople Crime Fiction Coordinator, Scott Montgomery, leads a discussion with Matt Coyle, Tim Maleeny, Laura Oles, Tim Bryant, Billy Kring, and Jeff Vorzimmer. Listen to the talk here … Continue reading MysteryPeople Returns to The BookPeople Podcast!

What We're Reading 1/15

Have a New Year resolution to read more, but can't seem to find that next read? Look no further: here are our weekly recommendations from your friendly neighborhood booksellers! Milkman by Anna BurnsFollow an anonymous young Irish woman through the troubles and the trials of being peculiar in a time and place where such differences … Continue reading What We're Reading 1/15

A Bevy of Gorgeous New Releases (1/14)!

The second week of the New Year is bringing us some outstanding new releases -- among them, a poetry collection from a National Book Award finalist, newly un-earthed stories from a legend of the Harlem Renaissance, and a "powerful portait" of Silicon Valley. Discover your next read here! The Conference of the Birds by Ransom Riggs … Continue reading A Bevy of Gorgeous New Releases (1/14)!

Q&A with Chris Barton

Austin author Chris Barton has written over 15 books, with a strong emphasis on emotionally nuanced, meticulously researched nonfiction. In his upcoming release from Lerner Books, All of a Sudden and Forever: Help and Healing After the Oklahoma City Bombing, he tackles the aftermath of a terrible tragedy with sensitivity and hope. The book -- to be published just weeks before … Continue reading Q&A with Chris Barton

Alyssa Banta on the BookPeople Podcast

This week's episode of The BookPeople Podcast features award-winning photojournalist and writer, Alyssa Banta, with her latest, The Texas Ranch Sisterhood. Her talk concerns the year she spent following more than a dozen Texas women through their grueling daily routines, from the messy confines of the working chute to the sprawling reaches of the back pasture. They … Continue reading Alyssa Banta on the BookPeople Podcast

BookKids: Welcome to DRAGON OPS!

Calling all gamers and thrill-seekers! We're highly anticipating Dragon Ops, a new exciting middle grade release by Austin-based author Mari Mancusi! We even revealed the awesome cover here, along with some creative cover proposals from young readers at last year's Summer Reading Splash. Let's see what bookseller Will B. has to say about the start … Continue reading BookKids: Welcome to DRAGON OPS!

What We're Reading 1/8

Looking for a new book to read in the new year? Look no further! Here's our weekly list of suggestions from your very own local booksellers.  Reinhardt's Garden by Mark HaberMark Haber's little novel is a breathless epic that, in a single paragraph, transports readers from provincial Europe to the far-flung forests of South America, … Continue reading What We're Reading 1/8

A Thrilling New Year of New Releases!

Happy (late) New Year, readers! 2020's here with its new releases and we can hardly contain the excitement over some of our, as of yet, still secret events programming. It's also BookPeople's 50th anniversary of operations, so we're extra jazzed to be going strong right around now. We're thrilled for everything we've got in store for … Continue reading A Thrilling New Year of New Releases!

Amy Edwards on the BookPeople Podcast!

Happy New Year, Readers and Listeners! The first episode of BookPeople's 2020 season is now live! Before we kick off our programming for the year, listen here to replay our November event between Amy Edwards and Austin-based author Carolyn Cohagan. The pair discuss Edwards' latest novel, The Trouble with Becoming a Witch! About the book: For … Continue reading Amy Edwards on the BookPeople Podcast!