I met New York Times bestselling author, Victoria Aveyard, during her book signing at the Gallatin Valley Mall. Her first series, The Red Queen, was written while visiting Big Sky ten years ago. Now working on her second book series, Realm Breaker…
Bozeman author Wayne Edwards has always striven for excellence, whether it was competing during his sports career, practicing dentistry, running a rural bank—or writing across multiple genres in his retirement. “It’s the way you…
Gretchen Minton, professor of English at Montana State University, won the 2020 Montana Book of the Year Award, for her book “Shakespeare in Montana: Big Sky Country’s Love Affair with the World’s Most Famous Writer.” Honor…
MOVING. INSPIRING. HEALING. TRANSFORMING.
Author Mark Sullivan and I are sitting in a coffee shop here in Bozeman discussing his upcoming novel The Last Green Valley. Of all the words I would have chosen to describe this novel – or any novel, really – my mind would not have gone…
Encouraging Participation In Community Read Program
Bozeman Public Library is excited to announce 2021’s selected title for its annual One Book One Bozeman program. The Night Watchman, by award winning author Louise Erdrich is this year’s choice. This annual event promotes literacy…
This year has been scary enough for most of us to want to skip Halloween altogether. But the ghosts and ghouls behind the ‘dark money’ in national and local politics have already made their costumes and are knocking on doors. Bozeman…
The Execution of Seth Danner
Q. Now, if you will, continue and tell us in your own way, Mr. Smith, what events followed.
A. Well, then, the next morning we were supposed to meet there at 11 o’clock in the forenoon, but we were busy, and we met down there…
One of the rarest things in life is finding inspiration. Despite this, Bozeman author Douglas Solvie happened to stumble across the inspiration for his new book My Irish Dog during one of his vacations.Some of the greatest relationships that people…
Read our April 2020 printed magazine online in an interactive flip-book.
Reading breeds thinking. There’s no substitute for good, old fashioned reading. Reading can establish thought patterns, logic, a sense of complexity, an ability to spot contradictions and even falsity. Books have a way of transporting you…