High Plains BookFest schedule

2012-10-14T00:00:00Z High Plains BookFest schedule The Billings Gazette
October 14, 2012 12:00 am

Friday, Oct. 19

My Home's in Montana: Moderated by Corby Skinner. Western Heritage Center, 2822 Montana Ave.

Noon: "Visions and Voices: Montana's One-Room Schoolhouses," Charlotte Caldwell.

2:30 p.m.: "Hand Raised: The Barns of Montana," Chere Jiusto and Christine W. Brown.

4 p.m.: "Montana: Real Place, Real People," Alan Kesselheim and Tom Lee.

Reception: 5 p.m. at the Babcock Theatre.

Reading: "Let Them Paddle," Alan Kesselheim, 7:30 p.m. at Montana State University Billings.

 

Saturday, Oct. 20

Art and photography books: Moderated by Virginia Bryan, 10 a.m., Murdock Gallery, Yellowstone Art Museum, 207 N. 27th Street.

"Rim Haven," by Lynne Montague, a High Plains Book Award finalist in the first-book division.

"Fra Dana," by Sue Hart, a finalist in the art and photography division.

Poetry books: Moderated by Sharon Dynak, 10 a.m. in the Visible Vault, Yellowstone Art Museum.

"Dirt Songs: A Plains Duet," by Twyla M. Hansen, a finalist in the poetry divison.

"Killing the Murnion Dogs," by Joe Wilkins, a finalist in the poetry division.

"Married Into It," by Patricia Frolander, a finalist in the best woman writer division.

Art and photography book: Moderated by Shari Nault, noon, Murdock Gallery.

"Arapaho Journeys," by Sara Wiles, a finalist in the art and photography division.

Short stories: Moderated by Susan Lubbers, noon, Visible Vault.

"American Masculine," by Shann Ray, a finalist in the short-story division.

"Quantum Physics and the Art of Departure," by Craig Lancaster, a finalist in the short-story division.

"The Big Sky, By and By," by Ed Kemmick, a finalist in the first-book division.

Nonfiction: Moderated by Sue Hart, 2:30 p.m., Visible Vault.

"The Boy," by Betty Jane Hegerat, a finalist in the nonfiction division.

"Honyocker Dreams," by David Mogen, a finalist in the nonfiction division.

"Wanton West," by Lael Morgan, a finalist in the best woman writer division.

Fiction: Moderated by Corby Skinner, 2:30 p.m., Murdock Gallery.

"Liberty Lanes," by Robin Troy, a finalist in the fiction division.

"The Ringer," by Jenny Shank, a finalist in the fiction division.

"Racing Home," by Adele Dueck, a finalist in the best woman writer division.

Awards banquet: 6 p.m., Yellowstone Art Museum.

Emeritus Award winner honored: Tom McGuane, 7 p.m., Yellowstone Art Museum.

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