RAWLINS, Wyo. — The author of the "Longmire" novels made an interesting stop on his book tour Friday — with inmates at the Wyoming State Penitentiary in Rawlins.
Author Craig Johnson, right center, listens as actor Robert Taylor speaks at Longmire Days in Buffalo, Wyo. When asked if he had any advice for aspiring actors, Taylor, who plays Sheriff Walt Longmire in the TV series, said simply, “Seek help.”
“Any Other Name”
“Spirit of Steamboat” by Craig Johnson
BUFFALO, Wyo. -- Jonnie and Rick Gould arrived at Crazy Woman Square at 7:30 a.m. The crowds had yet to arrive, and so they stationed themselves near the pavilion at the center of the park. Then they settled down to wait. Robert Taylor, Katee Sackhoff and the rest of the cast from A&E’s …
CASPER, Wyo. — The town of Buffalo will become Durant, Wyo., for this weekend to celebrate the fictional location of Wyoming author Craig Johnson's novels about Sheriff Walt Longmire and the television series “Longmire."
CODY, Wyo.-Between stints as grand marshal of the Cody Stampede parades, bestselling author Craig Johnson is signing copies of his new book at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West on July 3 from 1 to 3 p.m.
CASPER, Wyo. — Craig Johnson is a tirelessly friendly writer, a trait that was on full display as he signed copies of his new book, “A Serpent’s Tooth,” in Casper on Saturday.
The release of the next installment in Craig Johnson's Walt Longmire series, titled "A Serpent Tooth," will be released on June 4.
A telephone conversation last year with a woman in Kenya got Gary Robson lots of attention in his Red Lodge Books & Tea bookstore.
CASPER, Wyo. — In the world of fundraising, nothing tugs at people's emotions more than raising money for kids. And when the kids are sick, it's a slam dunk. And when the kids are sick and the event is over the top, people clamor for tickets.
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When Craig Johnson rolls into Billings on Tuesday for an appearance at Barnes & Noble, he’ll be promoting “As The Crow Flies,” his eighth mystery featuring Wyoming sheriff Walt Longmire.
Craig Johnson, the Wyoming-based author of the popular Walt Longmire series of novels, will be reading from and signing his latest, "As The Crow Flies," on Tuesday at the Billings Barnes & Noble store.
Production is scheduled to start in March on A&E's new hour-long drama series based on a popular Walt Longmire mysteries series by bestselliing Ucross, Wyo., author Craig Johnson.
Wyoming author Craig Johnson sits on his porch in Ucross recently. Johnson’s series of popular books about a sheriff in a fictional small Wyoming town is being made into a series on the A&E cable network.
CASPER, Wyo. — Absaroka County doesn’t exist on Wyoming maps, but it has its own county-24 license plate.
Wyoming author Craig Johnson, the author of the bestselling Walt Longmire mysteries, will be at Red Lodge Books on Tuesday for a talk and to sign copies of the latest book in the series, "Hell is Empty." The event runs from 4 to 6 p.m. at the store at 11 N. Broadway in Red Lodge.
Spur Award-winning Wyoming author Craig Johnson unleashes his considerable arsenal of talents in "Hell Is Empty."