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Russell Rowland talks about and reads from his novel, 'High and Inside,' in which an alcoholic baseball player moves from Boston to Bozeman, Montana, to start a new life.
Spokane author Sharma Shields talks about the stories in her collection, 'Favorite Monster' (winner of an Autumn House Fiction Prize), and reads two short passages.
Susanna Sonnenberg talks about and reads from her second memoir, She Matters: A Life In Friendships.
During this program, Chérie Newman talks with Spokane author Gregory Spatz about his collection of stories 'Half as Happy.'
Memoirist and poet Joe Wilkins talks about growing up in the Big Dry country of eastern Montana and reads from 'The Mountain and the Fathers' and his new collection of poetry 'Notes From The Journey Westward.'
Sherril Jaffe reads from her award-winning collection of stories, 'You Are Not Alone,' and talks about creative inspiration.
Pam Houston talks about and reads from her novel CONTENTS MAY HAVE SHIFTED. She also talks the difference and similarities between fiction and nonfiction.
Emily Danforth talks about and reads from her novel, The Miseducation of Cameron Post. Also about conversion therapy and issues of growing up gay in a small town.
Craig Lancaster talks about and reads from his novel 'Edward Adrift,' the sequel to '600 Hours of Edward.'
H. Lee Barnes talks about and reads from his casino thriller, Cold Deck. He also talks about working as a casino detective and gives some insider information about Las Vegas card dealers.
During this program, veteran journalist Todd Wilkinson talks about and reads from 'Last Stand: Ted Turner's Quest To Save A Troubled Planet.'
Mardell Hogan Plainfeather, a Crow woman, tells stories and reads from the book she co-wrote about her mother, 'The Woman Who Loved Mankind: Lillian Bullshows Hogan.'
Martin Etchart, author of 'The Last Shepard,' talks about and reads from the book, which is his second novel about a family of Basque sheep ranchers from Arizona.
Kate Davis talks about how she captured the nesting season of a pair of bald eagles and their four chicks in more than 100 spectacular photographs.
Essayist Alan S. Kesselheim and photographer Thomas Lee talk about their book MONTANA: Real Place, Real People
Marjorie Smith (Bozeman, MT) talks about and reads from her mystery novel, MAKING UP AMELIA.
William E. Farr talks about the true story of Spopee, as written in his book, 'Blackfoot Redemption: A Blood Indian's Story of Murder, Confinement, and Imperfect Justice.
Photographer and author Charlotte Caldwell talks about the importance of preserving the stories represented by one-room schoolhouses, and read from 'Visions and Voices.'
Jo Deurbrouck talks about and reads from 'Anything Worth Doing: a true story of adventure, friendship and tragedy on the last of the West's great rivers' -- which won a 2012 National Outdoor Book Award.
Portland, Oregon, writer Pauls Toutonghi talks about and reads from his novel, EVEL KNIEVEL DAYS. He also responds to a reviewer critical of the novel's ghost character.
Charles Finn talks about and reads from his collection of micro-essays, 'Wild Delicate Seconds: 29 Wildlife Encounters.'
Thomas McIntyre talks about and reads from his novel The Snow Leopard's Tale. He also talks about his long writing career and what fiction publishers want.
Poet and writer Jennifer Greene, illustrator Antoine Sandoval, and project director Julie Cajune talk about a book they created for young readers titled, Huckleberries, Buttercups, and Celebrations.
Marcel Jolley talks about and reads from PRIORS, his latest collection of stories. Also about the craft of writing.
The Write Question producer Chérie Newman talks with Barbara Theroux and Zed about recently-published books by authors in the western U.S.
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