Laura Pritchett’s first novel, Sky Bridge, perfectly
captures the speech and rhythms of everyday life in the
hardscrabble ranchland of the eastern Colorado plains
by Malcolm McCollum,
Nov 14, 2005
In Buffalo Calf Road Woman, Rosemary
and Joseph Agonito give a fictionalized account of the only woman
warrior to fight at the Battle of the Little Bighorn
Nov 28, 2005
Andrew Wingfield’s tensely told novel, Hear
Him Roar, describes what happens when Puma concolor, the
mountain lion, collides with Homo dingus dongus, the suburban
Nov 28, 2005
In his second novel, So Brave, So Young, So Handsome, Leif Enger takes the reader on a journey across the American West, circa 1915.
by Janice Gable Bashman ,
Sep 01, 2008
In Frank Bergon's new novel, a young man in California's Central Valley is haunted by the memory of his best friend, whom he murdered.
by Tara Rae Miner,
Oct 30, 2011
In his new novel, Work Song, Ivan Doig describes the struggle between mine owners and union activists in post-WWI Butte, Mont.
by Kathleen Yale,
Oct 10, 2010
In his novel, Blind Your Ponies, Stanley Gordon West looks into the heart of a fictional small town in Montana.
by Karen Rigby,
Feb 06, 2011
Manuel Muñoz creates a dark mystery inspired by the filming of Alfred Hitchcock's legendary thriller Psycho.
by Chérie Newman,
Sep 04, 2011
Deirdre McNamer’s new novel, Red Rover, beautifully
captures the unromantic realism of Montana’s small
by Bruce Barcott,
Oct 29, 2007
Sarah Bird’s well-written novel The Flamenco Academy
weaves the history of this dramatic dance form into a obsessed
young woman’s search for identity.
by Margaret Foley,
Nov 12, 2007