Writers Collection and Witcliff Gallery
View on-line exhibits and learn about your favorite Texas
authors at this site, home of Southwest Texas State University's
Southwestern Writers Collection and Witcliff Gallery of Southwestern
and Mexican photography.
Browse Texas-inspired articles, essays, columns, and poems
at the Virtual Texan, created by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Western Folklife Center
Why do cowboys write poems? The Western Folklife Center's
site answers that question and offers specifics on cowboy
poetry in Texas.
Tejas Storytelling Association
The Tejas Storytelling Association invites you to browse its
newsletter, Texas Teller, which contains articles for
aspiring and professional storytellers alike.
Texas Council for the Humanities
The Texas Council for the Humanities' Web site is packed with
information about humanities events across Texas, as well
as schedules of local television and radio programs on a variety
of historical, literary, and cultural topics.
Explore a variety of online exhibits on topics ranging from
censorship to studies of the Texas-Mexican border.
Handbook of Texas Online
Search the Handbook of Texas Online, a multidisciplinary encyclopedia,
for thousands of articles on literary figures, historical
events, geography, and other topics.
for Oral History
Learn how to collect your family's oral history with an online
workshop at Baylor University's Institute for Oral History.
Visit this site for biographies of famous Texans in history,
literature, government, and the arts.
Texas Institute of Letters
Get an inside look at the Texas Institute of Letters through
its online newsletter, which includes the literary organization's
annual awards to Texas authors and news about its members.
Learn all about the annual Texas Book Festival at its main
Web site, which offers information on festival events, the
schedule and location, featured Texas authors, and more.
Commission on the Arts
Read profiles of up-and-coming Texas writers and artists,
plus explore resources for using the arts in the classroom
with this site, created by the Texas Commission on the Arts.