Montana State University Billings honored a small group of outstanding faculty Thursday for their achievements in teaching, scholarship, engagement and service during a special celebration.
In celebration of National Poetry Month, the Montana State University Billings Library and the Department of English, Philosophy and Modern Languages will host a faculty poetry readings April 8.
BIG SKY — David Mason and Tami Haaland are set to present a program called “Poet Laureate Double-Header and Poets Congress,” at the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center on March 8 with guest musician Martha Scalan.
Arts Without Boundaries is presenting a fundraising event Thursday at the Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co.’s Garage Pub, 2123 First Ave. N.
Tami Haaland, Montana's poet laureate and a professor at Montana State University Billings, will be the keynote speaker at the High Plains Book Awards banquet on Saturday night.
Tami Haaland, Montana’s poet laureate and an associate professor at Montana State University Billings, will be the keynote speaker at the High Plains Book Awards banquet Saturday night.
Women have been writing about the West for about as long as men have, author Emily Danforth says.
Our sense of smell is, as you know, not nearly as good as that of our dogs, but it can still affect us powerfully. A good writer, like Tami Haaland of Billings, Montana, can show us how a single odor can sweep us back through time.
On her first official day as Montana’s poet laureate, Tami Haaland was unpacking from a camping trip and preparing to take her son Nathan to Missoula for football practice at the University of Montana.
There are many fine poems in which the poet looks deeply into a photograph and tries to touch the lives caught there. Here’s one by Tami Haaland, who lives in Billings.
Suggestions from the Enjoy Bloggers on events and activities to attend this weekend:
Billings poet Tami Haaland, a winner of the 2012 Montana Innovation Award, will read from her new collection, "When We Wake in the Night," on Friday at Yellowstone Art Museum's Visible Vault.
Humanities Montana will honor Humanities Heroes at 5 p.m. June 6 at the Western Heritage Center.
Tami Haaland teaches a fiction writing class at MSU Billings in 2011. She will be featured Thursday on NPR.
Humanities Montana has announced its "Humanities Heroes," and will honor them at a reception and awards ceremony at 5 p.m. on June 6 at the Western Heritage Center.
The Montana State University Billings Honors Club will sponsor a "Last Lecture" by noted poet and English faculty member Tami Haaland at 7 p.m. on Thursday.
The biggest night of competitive poetry in Billings — the Billings Grand Slam — is set for Sunday at Venture Theatre.
Three Billings-area women are among 11 people statewide who received 2011 Artist Innovation Awards from the Montana Arts Council.