Molly Glentzer

Senior Writer and Critic, Arts & Culture

About this Author

Molly Glentzer, a staff arts critic since 1998, writes mostly about dance and visual arts but can go anywhere a good story leads. Through covering public art in parks, she developed a beat focused on Houston's emergence as one of the nation's leading "green renaissance" cities.

During about 30 years as a journalist Molly has also written for periodicals, including Texas Monthly, Saveur, Food & Wine, Dance Magazine and Dance International. She collaborated with her husband, photographer Don Glentzer, to create "Pink Ladies & Crimson Gents: Portraits and Legends of 50 Roses" (2008, Clarkson Potter), a book about the human culture behind rose horticulture. This explains the occasional gardening story byline and her broken fingernails.

A Texas native, Molly grew up in Houston and has lived not too far away in the bucolic town of Brenham since 2012.

Awards & Recognition

Panelist, Cultural Landscape Foundation's "Leading with Landscape II: The Houston Transformation," 2016

Finalist, James Beard Foundation Journalism Award, 2001 ("Pecan Territory," Saveur)

By This Author

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A stay-at-home guide to gardening

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Parks overrun with crowds despite social distancing

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