On September 8, 1900, the greatest natural disaster in American history hit Galveston in the form of a Category IV hurricane. The 130-mile-an-hour winder and the 15-foot waves killed more than 8,000 people and all but wiped the vacation paradise off the map. In the wake of the tragedy, Merline and Maseo, the central characters of Houston-based poet-playwright Thomas Meloncon's... More >>>