Confirmed authors include: Christy Leskovar—Prairie Public listeners may have heard recently about her previous book One Night in a Bad Inn, and her newest book Finding the Bad Inn. Dr. Jimmie Ashcraft—a very popular physician in Sidney for many years. His popular book Reflections of a Country Doctor is still available at the MonDak, but he now has a new title to his credit The Next Prescription. David Mogen, a professor at Colorado State, tells of his humble beginnings growing up in the Froid area in the 1950s and ‘60s in his new book Honyocker Dreams. Dean Hulse of Fargo joins us with his book Westhope. Growing up in rural north central North Dakota isn't easy and a teenager's dream is escape. Only with the perspective of experience, the author realizes that the Northern Plains is inextricably entwined in his psyche. Jeanette Prodgers of Miles City will promote the recent reprint of The Only Good Bear, a compilation of hair raising bear hunts during the pioneer days of Montana. Craig Lancaster—Newspaper Columnist, author and publisher of Billings returns introduce his new novel The Summer Son and his new publishing company Missouri Breaks Press. Lancaster is also the author of 600 Hours of Edward. Ed Kemmick—For the past eleven years this Billings Gazette columnist has challenged and delighted readers with his weekly missives. Now his best features, columns, essays and stories are bound in the book The Big Sky, By and By. Panel Discussion: Writing Family and Local History, 7:30 pm—8 pm Christy Leskovar, David Mogen and Dean Hulse. Panel Discussion: Nuts and Bolts of Publishing, 8:30 pm—9 pm Jeanette Prodgers, Craig Lancaster and Ed Kemmick. (benjclark)
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