In a poll conducted by Humanities Montana, Montanans chose five books to be added to the Montana Authors Project, a digital map that links literature to geography.
Ivan Doig is a Montana native whose new book, “Sweet Thunder,” takes on the power of the press in 1920s Butte.
Ivan Doig’s latest novel, “Sweet Thunder,” produces some insight into Montana’s history, particularly the mining and newspaper business.
When English professor Sue Hart arrived on the Eastern Montana College of Education campus back in 1961, the English Department was housed in a World War II barracks north of McMullen Hall and she taught classes that fall in the basement.
Pre-World War II football teams at Montana State College, now Montana State University in Bozeman, suffered a tragic number of wartime casualties that grew into a legend.
Ivan Doig’s latest novel, “Work Song,” set in post-World War II Butte, is now available in paperback. The book, published by Riverhead, retails for $15.