High Plains Book Awards
A guide to the 2014 High Plains Book Awards finalists.
“Karl Bodmer’s America Revisited: Landscape Views Across Time”
Fiction: "High and Inside," by Russell Rowland; "Let Him Go," by Larry Watson; "Songs of Willow Frost," by Jamie Ford
Montana Poetry Slam
For Marty Chan, being Canadian doesn’t inform his writing.
“To Love That Well: New and Selected Poems 1954-2013”
“Little Raw Souls”
“You Haven’t Changed a Bit”
Blythe Woolston’s newest novel, “Black Helicopters,” asks a seemingly simple question: What makes a terrorist? As she demonstrates, the answer is anything but simple. Frightening and revelatory, the novel explores the complexities of a young terrorist’s motivations.
“Leaving Mr. Humphries”
“Songs of Willow Frost”
”Shooting Arrows & Slinging Mud: Custer, The Press, and The Little Big Horn”
“North Dakota Unforgettable”
Nominations for the eighth annual High Plains Book Awards open Wednesday and will be accepted through March 14.
Emily M. Danforth was a double winner in the High Plains Book Awards Saturday night, taking top honors in the young adult and woman writer categories.