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High Plains BookFest winners announced

High Plains BookFest winners announced

Former Missoulian reporter Gwen Florio said it took her 20 years from the time she first published a short story to publish her first novel.

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Noted author Sherman Alexie speaks to 'every liberal in Billings'

Noted author Sherman Alexie speaks to 'every liberal in Billings'

Masturbation, alarm-clock sex, and a multicultural Pendleton bunny were among the topics award-winning author Sherman Alexie covered Thursday …

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'Harry Potter'-themed party Saturday at Barjon's

'Harry Potter'-themed party Saturday at Barjon's

Red Lodge attorney Lynn Boughey came up with a novel way to delve more deeply into the Harry Potter series, which he began reading with his da…

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The greatest books ever written about Montana

The greatest books ever written about Montana

The Montana Mint is proud to bring to you the greatest books ever written about Montana.

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Photobook expertly compares locations across nearly two centuries

Photobook expertly compares locations across nearly two centuries

“Karl Bodmer’s America Revisited: Landscape Views Across Time”

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2014 High Plains Book Awards finalists

Fiction: "High and Inside," by Russell Rowland; "Let Him Go," by Larry Watson; "Songs of Willow Frost," by Jamie Ford

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High Plains BookFest & Book Awards Schedule

Montana Poetry Slam

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BookFest puts emphasis on a common border

BookFest puts emphasis on a common border

From the time she was a little girl, Canadian author Jacqueline Guest felt a connection to the United States.

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Author Sherman Alexie likes stirring up 'small-town, white conservatives'

Author Sherman Alexie likes stirring up 'small-town, white conservatives'

National Book Award-winning author Sherman Alexie doesn’t mind bothering people. He likes stirring up what he describes as “small-town, white …

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Bookmobile

Billings Public Library's Bookmobile will make stops at the following sites this week:

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'Power Line' examines history of and sacrifices for electricity

'Power Line' examines history of and sacrifices for electricity

“Traveling the Power Line”

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Bookmobile

Billings Public Library's Bookmobile will make stops at the following sites this week:

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Review: Rawness of South Dakota prairie life depicted in Wink’s novel ‘Meadowlark’

Review: Rawness of South Dakota prairie life depicted in Wink’s novel ‘Meadowlark’

“Meadowlark”

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Review: 'Clearwater' journeys to the edge of adolescent depression

Review: 'Clearwater' journeys to the edge of adolescent depression

“Clearwater”

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Review: 'The Throne' 'neither dark nor quirky'

Review: 'The Throne' 'neither dark nor quirky'

“The Throne”

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Poetry book ‘Saving Singletrees’ simple and reflective

Poetry book ‘Saving Singletrees’ simple and reflective

“Saving Singletrees”

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Caserio’s debut book of poetry, 'This Vanishing,' wonderfully haunting

Caserio’s debut book of poetry, 'This Vanishing,' wonderfully haunting

“This Vanishing”

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