Dave Ames’ Trout Town

Elk River Books 122 S. 2nd St, Livingston, MT, United States

Long-time fly fishing guide Dave Ames discusses his new comic novel, Trout Town.

Brad Orsted

Elk River Books 122 S. 2nd St, Livingston, MT, United States

Filmmaker and photographer Brad Orsted reads from his wrenching memoir of finding his way back after the death of his infant daughter.

James Conaway

Elk River Books 122 S. 2nd St, Livingston, MT, United States

Novelist James Conaway reads from and discusses his artfully produced children's book, Tio and the Blue Witch.

Poetry with Harry Newman & Marc Beaudin

Elk River Books 122 S. 2nd St, Livingston, MT, United States

New York poet Harry Newman, author of Led from a Distance will join our own Marc Beaudin, author of Life List: Poems and From Coltrane to Coal Train: An Eco-Jazz Suite, to perform and discuss their work.

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Michael Parker w/ John Taliaferro

Elk River Books 122 S. 2nd St, Livingston, MT, United States

Austin, Texas-based novelist Michael Parker will read from and discuss his new novel I Am the Light of This World.

David James Duncan

Elk River Books 122 S. 2nd St, Livingston, MT, United States

Award-winning author of The River Why and The Brothers K, David James Duncan will discuss is new novel Sun House in his first ever visit to Elk River Books.

Kathleen McLaughlin

Elk River Books 122 S. 2nd St, Livingston, MT, United States

Elk River Arts & Lectures presents journalist Kathleen McLaughlin to discuss her book Blood Money: The Story of Life, Death, and Profit Inside America’s Blood Industry.

Craig Johnson’s Longmire

Elk River Books 122 S. 2nd St, Livingston, MT, United States

Best-selling author Craig Johnson returns with his latest Walt Longmire mystery, The Longmire Defense.

Joshua Frank

Elk River Books 122 S. 2nd St, Livingston, MT, United States

Journalist and CounterPunch co-editor Joshua Frank discusses his book Atomic Days: The Untold Story of the Most Toxic Place in America on Thursday, Oct. 5, at 7 pm.

Chris LaTray

Elk River Books 122 S. 2nd St, Livingston, MT, United States

An Elk River Arts & Lectures event with Montana's new Poet Laureate, Chris LaTray.

Nick Mott & Justin Angle

Elk River Books 122 S. 2nd St, Livingston, MT, United States

Missoula journalist Nick Mott and University of Montana professor Justin Angle present a discussion of their new book, This is Wildfire: How to Protect Yourself, Your Home, and Your Community in the Age of Heat.