Find us at the Whitefish Christmas Stroll on Friday (Dec 12).
Join us Sat, Dec 13 at Casey's for the launch of Issue #16, The Geography of Hope.
October 16, 2014
Back from Humanities Montana's Festival of the book
Reading with David Allan Cates & Matt Holloway on Tues, Oct 21 at Crush Lounge in Whitefish. See you there.
October 1, 2014
Submission period for Geography of Hope, Issue #16 closes.
August 1, 2014
New theme for #16 announced.
We HOPE you will submit.
Douglas H. Chadwick will read from his book in progress about the bears of the Gobi desert — wild, endangered creatures that exist in one of the harshest environments on earth.
In addition to being a regular contributor to National Geographic magazine, Chadwick has written twelve books about wildlife and conservation. Prior to Chadwick, the journal will introduce an unpublished author to read from new work.
After the readings, live music will kick off at 9 pm by Marshall Catch, the indie rock band from Kalispell, Montana. Readings will begin at 8 PM.