Stephen Harrigan is the author of the New York Times best-selling The Gates of the Alamo, Remember Ben Clayton (which, among other awards, won the James Fenimore Cooper Prize from the Society of American Historians for best historical novel), Challenger Park, A Friend of Mr. Lincoln, and Big Wonderful Thing: A History of Texas. He is a writer-at-large for Texas Monthly, as well as a screenwriter who has written many movies for television. He lives in Austin, Texas. The Leopard Is Loose: A Novel is his latest book.
Texans Talk: A Conversation with Stephen Harrigan and David Liss
- 12:15 pm - 1:15 pm
- | Location of Session: The Russell Hill Rogers Tent
- Adult Sessions
- Start of Signing: 1:30 PM
- | Signing Location: Festival Marketplace
About the Event
Stephen Harrigan (The Leopard is Loose) and David Liss (The Peculiarities) transport readers to 1950s Oklahoma and Victorian London in their latest books. Through evocative prose and unexpected magic, both readers and the characters in these novels alike confront some of their greatest fears.
This session will be live streamed on the San Antonio Book Festival’s YouTube channel. Unable to join us?
About the Authors
Josh Alvarez is the Arts & Entertainment editor at Texas Monthly. Before joining TM in 2021, he served as an op-ed editor at the Washington Post and an associate editor at Washington Monthly. He is a graduate of Stanford University and New York University and grew up in the Chicago suburbs. He lives in Georgetown.