Donna Gray’s “Nothing to Tell: Extraordinary Stories of Montana Ranch Women” both disappoints and delights.
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.
Ruth McLaughlin's "Bound Like Grass" is a High Plains Bookfest best first book nominee.
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.
Two authors scored as finalists in two different categories for the prestigious High Plains Book Awards.
The YMCA Writer's Voice and the Western Heritage Center are presenting a reading today at noon at the Western Heritage Center by Ruth McLaughlin from her new book "Bound Like Grass."
Ruth McLaughlin, author of "Bound Like Grass: A Memoir from the Western High Plains," will read from her book at noon Thursday at the Western Heritage Center, 2822 Montana Ave. The YMCA Writer's Voice and WHC present the free public event.
YMCA Writer’s Voice and the Western Heritage Center will Ruth McLaughlin reading from her new book, “Bound Like Grass” at noon May 5 at the Western Heritage Center.
Author visits: Ruth McLaughlin, author of “Bound Like Grass” (University of Oklahoma Press) will be at Barnes & Noble Booksellers, 530 S. 24th St. W., for a reading, discussion and book signing at 7 p.m. Thursday.