From Fact & Fiction Books
From Fact & Fiction Books
- Wednesday, September 9, 2015 - 8:00PM
So Many Authors, So Many Events September 9-13 It just keeps growing Missoula CHECK OUT THE SCHEDULE
- Sunday, May 3, 2015 - 9:00AM
READ TO YOUR CHILD (or inner child)
Tuesday, May 5th BAD KITTY PARTY
Thursday, May 7th SUSAN ADRIAN
Friday, May 8th WORDS WITH WINGS Reading
Saturday, May 9th AUTHOR and ILLUSTRATOR CELEBRATION
04/28/2017 - 7:00PM
Fact & Fiction is excited to host Missoula poet Mark Gibbons for a reading and signing of his new collection, 'Imitation Blues.' Insofar that The Imitation Blues makes us descend into the root cellars of the poet's heart and history, it will also praise the living and light of our days. These pages pour libation and summon the dead: John Lennon, Johnny Cash, Jack Kerouac, Jack Spicer, Ed Lahey, Guy Lombardo, Smelley the cat, and dear departed friends and family. In these poems, a lost...
04/29/2017 - 10:00AM
Independent Bookstore Day marks its third year of celebrating independent bookstores nationwide on Saturday, April 29th, with literary parties around the country! Fact & Fiction will offer exclusive day-of merchandise created especially for Independent Bookstore Day by major publishers and authors. Since its inception in 2014, more than 150 authors have demonstrated their support for independent bookstores by donating work for Bookstore Day. These limited edition, unique items...
04/30/2017 - 12:30PM
Celebrate Children's Book Week with Fact & Fiction and Missoula's Harry Potter Alliance with Harry Potter-related readings, activities, and crafts!
05/02/2017 - 4:00PM
In celebration of Children's Book Week and the release of 'Dragons Love Tacos 2,' Fact & Fiction is hosting a taco party with story time and activities! The hilarious sequel to the smokin’ hot New York Times best seller, perfect for story time News alert! It has just been discovered that there are NO MORE TACOS left anywhere in the world. This is a huge problem because, as you know, dragons love tacos. If only there was a way for the dragons to travel back in time, to before tacos went...
05/03/2017 - 7:00PM
Tobin Miller Shearer Reading and Signing Two Weeks Every Summer Wednesday, May 3rd 7:00pm Two Weeks Every Summer, which is based on extensive oral history interviews with former guests, hosts, and administrators in Fresh Air programs, opens a new chapter in the history of race in the United States by showing how the actions of hundreds of thousands of rural and suburban residents who hosted children from the city perpetuated racial inequity rather than overturned it. Since 1877...
05/03/2017 - 7:00PM
Two Weeks Every Summer, which is based on extensive oral history interviews with former guests, hosts, and administrators in Fresh Air programs, opens a new chapter in the history of race in the United States by showing how the actions of hundreds of thousands of rural and suburban residents who hosted children from the city perpetuated racial inequity rather than overturned it. Since 1877 and to this day, Fresh Air programs from Maine to Montana have brought inner-city children to rural and...
05/05/2017 - 10:00AM
In celebration of Children's Book Week, Bad Kitty will be at Fact & Fiction, the Missoula Public Library, and at the Missoula Farmer's Market. Keep an eye out around town!
05/11/2017 - 7:00PM
Thursday, May 11 at 7 PM - 9 PM Esquire. Ford Motors. Burton Snowboards. The Obama Administration. While all of these brands are vastly different, they share at least one thing in common: a teeny, little bit of Aaron James Draplin. Draplin is one of the new school of influential graphic designers who combine the power of design, social media, entrepreneurship, and DIY aesthetic to create a successful business and way of life. Pretty Much Everything is a mid-career survey of work, case...
05/23/2017 - 11:15AM
The feminine spirit of the West comes alive in early twentieth century Montana. Set in the Copper Camp of Butte, Montana in 1917, Copper Sky tells the story of two women with opposite lives. Kaly Shane, mired in prostitution, struggles to find a safe home for her unborn child, while Marika Lailich, a Slavic immigrant, dodges a pre-arranged marriage to become a doctor. As their paths cross, and they become unlikely friends, neither knows the family secret that ties them together.
05/27/2017 - 10:30AM
Join Fact & Fiction and Lorna Milne for a Saturday Sidewalk Signing on May 27th! In 1889, a young spunky British woman of genteel upbringing set sail for the United States—against her family's wishes. She traveled with a friend, Ewen Cameron, the man who later became her husband. They were bound for eastern Montana to hunt big game along the Yellowstone River, only thirteen years after the Battle of the Little Bighorn. The next fall the Camerons returned to England, packed up, and moved...
06/08/2017 - 7:00PM
Can a country doctor alter the fate of his patients? Or his own fate? In mid October 1918 the largest epidemic of the 2oth Century struck in a small eastern Montana town. Within a few weeks influenza had killed dozens of people in the rural county. But this was just one of a series of extrodinary events attacking the social fabric of the community in 1917 and 1918. Rich in detail, broad in scope, this story places a fictional physician in the midst of the riveting events of those years. The...
06/11/2017 - 2:00PM
After visiting nearly all the U.S. national parks, Tyler Dunning is ready to share his journey via a short film and a collection of essays about loss and recovery.
06/13/2017 - 7:00PM
This dynamic duo is back! Join Fact & Fiction and Montana mystery writers Leslie Budewitz and Christine Carbo in a night of silliness and suspense! About Treble at the Jam Fest, by Leslie Budewitz: Erin Murphy, manager of Murphy’s Mercantile (aka the Merc), is tuning up for Jewel Bay’s annual Jazz Festival. Between keeping the Merc’s shelves stocked with Montana’s tastiest local fare and hosting the festival’s kick-off concert, Erin has her hands full. Discord erupts when jazz...
06/26/2017 - 7:00PM
It is New York, 1904, and Dulcy Remfrey, despite an idiosyncratic, traveling childhood, faces the predictable life of a woman of the time. All that changes when her eccentric father returns from his expedition to Africa without any of the proceeds from the sale of a gold mine. It seems he’s lost his mind along with the money, and Dulcy’s obsessive ex-fiancé (and her father’s business partner) insists she come to Seattle to decipher her father’s cryptic notebooks, which may hold clues to the...