There is no radicalism in striving for equal rights and equal protection of those rights. There is no subversion in a nondiscrimination ordinance spelling out a simple concept: People will not be denied service in the marketplace, employment or housing on the basis of race, color, religious …
It’s not often that a Billings school board meeting attracts a standing-room-only crowd to comment on English literature. Rarer still are meetings when everybody leaves feeling that they have triumphed.
Craig Lancaster will have two events in Billings this week featuring readings from his new novel, "Edward Adrift."
Organizers of the High Plains Book Awards announced Thursday that 19 books have been chosen as finalists in seven categories.
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.
“Quantum Physics and the Art of Departure,” a collection of short stories by Billings author Craig Lancaster, won the gold medal for fiction in the West-Mountain region from the Independent Publishers Book Awards.
As the 90 or so years of the academic short story’s existence are starting to show us more and more, perhaps its most lasting legacy is that it allows us to concentrate on character in such an intense way; stripped of its need to carry a strong plot like a full novel must, but still armed wi…
"The Summer Son," a novel written by Billings author Craig Lancaster, has been selected as one of three finalists for the Utah Book Award in fiction. The award will be given out Oct. 15 in Salt Lake City.
Six regional authors are scheduled to be on hand July 23 at the Joliet Jamboree.
Lynne Montague says the book club she belongs to has never had a special name. Members just call it The Book Club.
Billings writer Craig Lancaster will speak about his award-winning novel, “600 hours of Edward”; writing; and his new novel, “Summer Son,” at 11 a.m. Saturday at Parmly Billings Library, 510 N. Broadway.
Looking for a fun way to spend your time and money this weekend or into the next week? Here are some top picks from The Gazette's Cathy Ulrich and Jaci Webb.
Author and Billings Gazette copy editor Craig Lancaster discusses his new book 'The Summer Son' in a Q and A format with Jaci Webb. "The Summer Son" will be available to purchase online and at Billings bookstores beginning Jan. 25. His first book, "600 Hours of Edward,'' received the Best Fi…
“The Summer Son”
Craig Lancaster wrote “The Summer Son.”
Book-club selection: Lock wood's Lighter, Brighter Book Club's book for December is “The Shadow of the Wind” by Carlos Ruiz Zafon. It will be discussed at 4 p.m. Saturday. Call 248-3239 ext. 8 for more information.
The 2010 Montana Writers Roundup will be noon-5 p.m. Dec. 4 at the Shrine Auditorium.
Author Margaret Coel received the Emeritus Award at the High Plains Book Awards Banquet on Friday evening, and winners were announced in five other categories.