About

 

Pete Gershon is the author of Painting the Town Orange: The Stories Behind Houston's Visionary Art Environments (History Press, 2014) and the forthcoming Collision: The Contemporary Art Scene in Houston 1972 - 1985 (Texas A&M University Press, fall 2018). For two years, he worked with the Creating a Living Legacy Project's Houston team to document the artwork of multimedia artist Bert L. Long, Jr., and to arrange his professional papers for access and preservation; and for 15 years he was the founding publisher of Signal to Noise, the internationally distributed quarterly journal of improvised and experimental music. He received a bachelor of arts degree in journalism from Hampshire College in 1995 and a master’s degree in library and information science from the University of North Texas in 2015.

 

A road trip to Huntsville Texas

Zipcar's SXSW Escape Guide

Signal to Noise #60 on Issuu

2002 Interview with Herbie Hancock

2001 Interview with a Viper

 

 Pete Gershon working with Bert L. Long, Jr., July 2012. Photo by Joan Batson

Pete Gershon working with Bert L. Long, Jr., July 2012. Photo by Joan Batson