48 Austin authors to toast on O. Henry’s Birthday

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Every year on the short-story writer’s birthday (Sept. 11), the O. Henry Museum does readers an enormous service by producing a roll call of Austin authors with recently published books. We asked for a copy of the list to share with you. Not sure there’s another Texas city that could produce such a decent one. (Forgive the fact that they listed me. Didn’t lobby.)

  1. Zach Anner (“If at Birth You Don’t Succeed”)
  2. Michael Barnes (“Indelible Austin: Selected Histories”)
  3. Chris Barton (“Whoosh!”)
  4. Robert Jackson Bennett (“City of Blades”)51idip5zial-_sx331_bo1204203200_
  5. Sarah Bird (“A Love Letter to Texas Women”)
  6. H.W Brands (“The General vs. The President”)
  7. Douglas Brinkley (“Rightful Heritage”)
  8. Brandon Caro (“Old Silk Road”)
  9. Carolyn Cohagan (“Time Zero”)
  10. John T. Davis (“North Beach”)
  11. James R. Dennis (“North Beach”)
  12. Brent Douglass (“North Beach”)
  13. Casey Dunn (“Marfa Modern”)
  14. Jessica Dupuy (“United Tastes of Texas”)
  15. Ryann Ford (“The Last Stop”)
  16. Amy Gentry (“Good as Gone”)
  17. S.C. Gwynne (“The Perfect Pass”)
  18. Kali Nicole Gross “(Hannah Mary Tibbs and the Disembodied Torso”)MrLincoln-683.jpeg
  19. Stephen Harrigan (“A Friend of Mr. Lincoln”)
  20. James Haley (“The Shores of Tripoli”)
  21. Noah Hawley (“Before the Fall”)
  22. Bethany Hegedus (“Be the Change”)
  23. K.A. Holt (“House Arrest”)
  24. James Hornfischer (“The Fleet at Flood Tide”)
  25. Varian Johnson (“To Catch a Cheat”)
  26. Austin Kleon (“The Steal Like an Artist Journal”)
  27. Cynthia Levinson (“Hillary Rodham Clinton: Do All the Good You Can”)
  28. Beverly Lowry (“Who Killed These Girls?: Cold Case: The Yogurt Shop Murders”)
  29. Jessica Luther (“Unsportsmanlike Conduct: College Football the Politics of Rape”)
  30. Karan Mahajan (“The Association of Small Bombs”)
  31. Barbara Morgan (“On Story”)Poet.jpg
  32. Karen Olsson (“All the Houses”)
  33. Daniel Oppenheimer (“Exit Right”)
  34. Maya Perez (“On Story”)
  35. Rene S. Perez II (“Seeing Off the Johns”)
  36. John Pipkin (“The Blind Astronomer’s Daughter”)
  37. Mary Beth Rogers (“Turning Texas Blue”)
  38. Ire’ne Lara Silva (“Blood Sugar Canto”)
  39. Jose Skinner (“Tombstone Race”)
  40. Dominic Smith (“The Last Painting of Sara de Vos”)
  41. Drew Nellins Smith (“Arcade”)
  42. DJ Stout (“Variations on a Rectangle”)
  43. Don Tate (“Poet: The Remarkable Story of George Moses Horton”)51lafcijwvl
  44. Helen Thompson (“Marfa Modern”)
  45. Andrea Valdez (“How to Be a Texan”)
  46. Emma J. Virján (“What This Story Needs Is a Hush and a Shush”)
  47. Bill Wittliff (“The Devil’s Sinkhole”)
  48. Lawrence Wright (“The Terror Years”)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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