The YMCA Writer's Voice has been selected as one of 817 nonprofit organizations nationwide to receive an Art Works grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Boleto is Spanish for ticket, and that’s what 23-year-old Will Testerman hopes he’s getting when he drains his savings at the bank in Lost Cabin, Wyo., to buy a 2-year-old quarter horse filly. There’s no future on the ranch where Will grew up. He has two older brothers who won’t take him ser…
”Ghosts of Wyoming,” by Alyson Hagy, the High Plains Book Award winner for best fiction.
University of Wyoming professor Alyson Hagy won her second High Plains Book Award on Saturday, receiving the prize for best fiction title during a ceremony at Montana State University Billings.
North Dakota novelist and poet Larry Woiwode, the High Plains Book Awards emeritus winner, will be honored along with other award winners at a banquet Saturday evening.
CASPER — Author Brad Watson once wrote a story about his widowed neighbor, only he didn't know her. She just seemed like she had a story, so he made one up.
Over the next several weeks, The Gazette will be running reviews of books that are finalists for the 2011 High Plains Book Awards, which will be handed out Oct. 15. Here is the schedule (subject to change):
Two University of Wyoming professors are finalists in the fiction category for High Plains Book Awards.
Two authors scored as finalists in two different categories for the prestigious High Plains Book Awards.