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Lone Star Literature
A Texas Tale: Billy Lee Brammer and The Gay Place

In 1961, a young LBJ aide wrote the greatest political novel you’ve never heard of—and then vanished into drug-fueled obscurity. A new biography tells his story.

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A Man in Full
The Right Stuff, and Other Stuff

Tom Wolfe contained multitudes, too—some of them, at least, lasting contributions to American literature.

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