New York Times bestselling author of seven books on American history and culture, Sarah Vowell, will discuss her work with author and Elk River Arts & Lectures board president, Maryanne Vollers.
Poets Cara Chamberlain, author of To Gaze Upon Their Loveliness, and Alan Weltzien, author of On The Beach, will read and discuss their poetry.
Elk River Arts & Lectures presents a reading a discussion with Oscar Hokeah, author of Calling for a Blanket Dance, “a moving and deeply engaging debut novel about a young Native American man finding strength in his familial identity, from a stellar new voice in fiction.”
Bitterroot Salish author and Guggenheim Fellowship winner Debra Magpie Earling will discuss her re-issued and acclaimed novel Perma Red.
Journalist and author Todd Wilkinson discusses his new book, Ripple Effects: How to Save Yellowstone and America’s Most Iconic Wildlife Ecosystem.
Creator and star of the series From Scratch, David Moscow (actor of Big and Newsies fame) and his father Jon Moscow discuss their exploration of our planet’s complex and interconnected food supply, showing us where our food comes from and why it matters with their new book, From Scratch: Adventures in Harvesting, Hunting, Fishing, and Foraging on a Fragile Planet.
Acclaimed science writer David Quammen will discuss his new book on the virus that caused the COVID-19 pandemic, “Breathless: The Scientific Race to Defeat a Deadly Virus.”
Poet and author Chris Dombrowski discusses his new memoir, “The River You Touch: Making a Life on Moving Water.”
New York Times bestselling author Jamie Ford returns to Elk River Books to discuss his new novel, “The Many Daughters of Afong Moy,” hailed as a “powerful exploration of the love that binds one family across the generations.”
Renowned wildlife biologist Rick McIntyre will discuss the latest in his award-wining alpha wolves of Yellowstone series, “The Alpha Female Wolf: The Fierce Legacy of Yellowstone’s 06.”
The Buffalo Field Campaign’s Road Show comes to Elk River Books for an evening of music, storytelling & the latest info on the bison’s endangered species status and Indigenous rights.
Author and journalist Nate Schweber returns to Elk River Books to discuss his new book, “This America of Ours: Bernard and Avis DeVoto and the Forgotten Fight to Save the Wild.”
Poet Charles Finn and photographer Barbara Michelman visit Elk River Books to discuss their new collaborative book, “On a Benediction of Wind.”
Montana poets M.L. Smoker and Natalie Peeterse delve into the graphic novel form to tell a story of Lakota traditions in their new book, “Thunderous,” which they will discuss at Elk River Books on Thursday, July 7.
Faculty, staff and special guests will present a slate of panel discussions and readings during the Elk River Writers Workshop at Chico Hot Springs