Texas Author Project seeks judges as it creates opportunities for indie-published authors
AUSTIN – The Texas State Library and Archives is conducting a survey. Help us improve our website! Take 5-9 minutes to complete the TSLAC Website Survey.
AUSTIN – Texas State Library and Archives Commission Director and State Librarian Mark Smith has made the following announcement: "We regret to inform you that all in-person special events scheduled at TSLAC locations through the end of May 2020 have been canceled due to concerns over the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19)."
AUSTIN – The Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC) is pleased to announce two recipients of the 2020 Research Fellowship in Texas History.
AUSTIN – Nine students have won in the 2020 Letters About Literature Texas competition, sponsored by the Texas Center for the Book at the Texas State Library and Archives Commission. This reading and writing program encourages 4th-12th graders to write to an author about how his or her book has affected their lives.
Effective March 12, 2020: We regret to inform you that the Second Saturday workshops have been cancelled through May 2020 due to concerns over the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19).
Partnership Brings Free Multicultural Children’s Books to Libraries
The Texas Center for the Book will once again support Texas libraries celebrating Lone Star Día this April in partnership with First Book. The Lone Star Día Grant Program is designed to support libraries and literacy nonprofits serving children in need.
Winners of the Texas Author Project Fiction and YA Awards to speak along with other industry professionals on the state of indie and self-publishing on Feb 6
Sarah Jacobson has been named the next Director of the Texas Talking Book Program (TBP).