Authors, American -- Texas
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
The Robert Benton Papers document the filmmaking career of the Oscar- winning writer and director. Works represented include Kramer vs. Kramer, Still of the Night, Nadine, Places in the Heart, Billy Bathgate, and Nobody’s Fool. Materials include scripts, notes, production and publicity materials, photographs, and set designs for films Benton wrote and/or directed.
Multiple accessions from music writer, John T Davis include a wide expanse of Davis’s articles from 1980-2010, including articles from Davis’s music column in the Austin-American Statesman and extensive subject files. Also present are numerous files from SXSW and ACL, as well as manuscript drafts and other materials relating to Davis's book, Austin City Limits: 25 Years of Music.
The Jay Milner papers cover 1960-1994 and consist of newspaper clippings of columns and reviews written by Milner, personal correspondence, photographs, and print materials. Series include I. Works (1960-1994,) II. Correspondence (1960-1993,) III. Photographs (undated) and Printed Materials (1970-1977).
The Bill Minutaglio Accessions include research materials relating to the books City on Fire: The Explosion That Devastated A Texas Town and Ignited A Historic Legal Battle, 2003, The President's Counselor: The Rise To Power of Alberto Gonzales, 2006 (published in a Spanish-language edition as El Asesor del Presidente.), Molly Ivins: A Rebel Life and Dallas 1963 (2013) coauthored with Steve Davis.
Norman C. Peterson an alumnus and faculty member at Southwest Texas State University (now Texas State University) as well as an author. The bulk of the collection is made up of Peterson's own works, primarily short stories and poems, which he created and revised throughout his adult life. Also includes journal entries, research, and newspaper clippings.
Correspondence, printed material, financial documentation, interviews, photographic material, legal documentation, notes, creative works, audio and video recordings, and machine-readable records, created and maintained by Bill Crawford and Joe Nick Patoski, document the research, production, and promotion processes of their co-authored biography, Stevie-Ray Vaughan: Caught in the Crossfire.