How Will Evans Became an Accidental (and Wildly Successful) Entrepreneur
As he builds his independent publishing house and bookstore Deep Vellum, Will Evans is sparking a literary movement in Dallas.
By Will Maddox
Traveling the World With Author Jane Saginaw and Her Family in the 1970s
Her book about the trip, Because the World is Round, is out now on Deep Vellum Publishing.
By Zac Crain
A Polio Survivor Takes on International Travel and Neiman Marcus in 1970s Dallas
In 1970, after her parents sold their brake-repair business in Dallas,15-year-old Jane Saginaw went with her family on a monthslong trip to see the world. The journey was made more complicated by her wheelchair-bound mother, a polio survivor.
By D Partner Studio
At Poets Bookshop in Bishop Arts, a Writer Creates a Community Around Poetry
Marco Cavazos views his small book shop as an important way to bring people together around poetry.
By Maddie Spera
An Arlington Photographer Turned a Yearlong Sabbatical in France into a Thriving Art Career
Photographer Jamie Beck fell in love with the dreamy Provençal life. Now she’s sharing her experiences in her new book, An American in Provence.
David McCloskey at Interabang Tonight
The former CIA analyst will discuss Damascus Station.
A Post That Violates Dave Eggers’ Copyright
The acclaimed writer comes to Deep Vellum on October 20 to promote The Every.
Satanic Verses Talk Tonight
Dallas Institute hosts the gig in support of Banned Books Week.
D Magazine Events
Scenes from the Big D Reads Launch Party for The Accommodation
On Thursday, September 1, more than 330 people gathered at the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library for the launch of Big D Reads 2022: The Accommodation.
By D Magazine Staff
C.W. Smith Has Yet to Write a Bestseller. He’s Fine With That.
His latest, Girl Flees Circus, places the novelist back in New Mexico.
By Sean Mitchell