From Fact & Fiction Books
From Fact & Fiction Books
04/10/2019 - 7:00PM
Frank Fromherz Reading & Signing A DISARMING SPIRIT Wednesday, April 10th @ 7pm A Disarming Spirit opens with Archbishop Hunthausen's historic speech denouncing the Trident nuclear submarine fleet harbored in his archdiocese. It then traces a range of religion and society issues that shaped his Seattle tenure, and digs deep into the story of turmoil as he faced not only the wrath of secular powers but also...
04/11/2019 - 7:00PM
Ednor Therriault Reading & Signing MYTHS & LEGENDS OF YELLOWSTONE Thursday, April 11th @ 7pm The world's first designated national park, Yellowstone is famous for its steaming geysers, bubbling mud pots, and wildlife-caused traffic jams. But few people may know about the many Native American tribes that visited the area long before John Colter "discovered" it, how one man nearly decimated the park's bison population, or the strange...
04/17/2019 - 7:00PM
Mary Clearman Blew Reading & Signing RUBY DREAMS OF JANIS JOPLIN Wednesday, April 17th @ 7pm Music, whether a Debussy étude or Gram Parsons’s “Hickory Wind,” has been a constant in Ruby Gervais’s life. After Ruby helps fuel a paranoid fervor that spreads like wildfire throughout her rural Montana community, her home life deteriorates. As a sixteen-year-old high school dropout busing tables at the local bar two nights a week, her...
04/25/2019 - 7:00PM
Rob Carney Poetry Reading & Signing THE BOOK OF SHARKS Thursday, April 25th @ 7pm Rob Carney is originally from Washington state. He is the author of four previous books, including 88 Maps (Lost Horse Press 2015), which was named a finalist for the Washington State Book Award, and Weather Report (Somondoco Press 2006), which won the Utah Book Award for Poetry. His work has appeared in Cave Wall, Poecology, Sugar House Review, Terrain: A...
05/02/2019 - 7:00PM
Allen Morris Jones Reading & Signing SWEENEY ON THE ROCKS Thursday, May 2nd @ 7pm Ted Sweeney. Affable everyman in small town Montana. Tailgate hung on with baling wire, owner of his own business. Ten minutes ago, his biggest worry had been how to pay for the engagement ring rattling around in his pocket. But that was before he came home to find a corpse tidily arranged in his favorite recliner, his "old pal of a piece of furniture." Is...
05/23/2019 - 7:00PM
Megan McNamer Reading & Signing HOME EVERYWHERE Thursday, May 23rd @ 7pm HOME EVERYWHERE is a suitcase full of souvenirs scavenged from lives liberated, briefly, from the cares of the world. A random collection of tourists embarks on a ten-day budget trip to parts unknown. The parts are destined to stay that way, while the tourists fixate on the actions and trappings of being alive. In the tradition of pilgrims across the ages,...