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Literature

Deep Vellum Published This Year’s Nobel Prize Winner, Adding to Dallas’ Growing Literary Scene

Norwegian author Jon Fosse took home this year's honor for his life's work of powerful novels and plays, and Deep Vellum is one of the few publishers of his work in English.
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Business

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.
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Podcasts

EarBurner Podcast: Will Evans Goes Deep on Why All of Dallas Is Reading

The founder of Deep Vellum reveals how he got The Accommodation back into print.
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Local News

‘For a Place Called Dallas’ and the Citywide Kickoff of Big D Reads

Thursday morning at the downtown J. Erik Jonsson Central Library, the city-wide reading of the once-banned book The Accommodation began with the kickoff of Big D Reads.
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Local News

Deep Ellum Businesses React to Devastating Flooding

Monday’s once-a-thousand-years storm caused thousands of dollars in flood damage to some businesses in the neighborhood, especially those on and near Commerce Street.
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Books

Matt Bondurant to Make Triumphant Return to Dallas

The bestselling author comes to Deep Vellum June 16 to discuss his new novel, Oleander City.
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Books

Executive Book Club: What North Texas Business Leaders are Reading Right Now

Leaders from Cigna, Deep Vellum, Marcus and Millichap, and more share how they escape, learn, and grow.
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Books

Jung Young Moon’s Absurd Take on Texas

The cult novelist comes to Corsicana and writes about, among other things, Jack Ruby's dog and Bonnie Parker's hot chocolate.
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Arts & Entertainment

Why Dallas Is Missing Out on Crucial Funding for the Arts

We lag behind other big cities—in Texas and everywhere else—when it comes to winning grants from the National Endowment for the Arts. There's an easy fix.
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