1. When little Tulsa became a boomtown, oil men like M. A. Wright earned fortunes that would support their families for generations.  But who is really family? In The Oilman’s Daughter, Evan Ratliff sets out to untangle a family drama that raises questions about the durability of identity, the slipperiness of truth, and the ways that greed can turn even the closest relatives into strangers.

  2. Photojournalist Samuel James trains his lens on oil and inequality in Texas and Nigeria. 

    Photojournalist Samuel James trains his lens on oil and inequality in Texas and Nigeria

  3. A beautiful $128 photo book, transformed into an immersive $9.99 photo app. 

    A beautiful $128 photo book, transformed into an immersive $9.99 photo app.