Lisa Mills: Few days ago in The Billings Public Library Lisa Mills about tea plantations are working to create solutions for the ongoing human/animal conflicts
Marina Petrusenko:Soon the world will pass to the "dark side" - in many countries celebrate the holiday of all the saints - Halloween. Practical psychologist Marina Petrusenko shared her thoughts on this matter.
John Clayton: Wonderlandscape focuses on why Yellowstone is famous and how that has changed over the years.
Ron Garritson: What I love about the Plains Indian Sign Language is the beauty and gracefulness of the hands when it is used
Anna Paige: “We believe very strongly in empowering people to share their voice and their truth through writing”...
P.R. Oliver: “Master of the thriller from Billings”
Russell Rowland: the voice of Montana
David Mumford P.E., man who has his finger on the pulse of the City
Giano Cromley: The proudest experiences I've had as a writer have come when someone I don't know reaches out to tell me they enjoyed my book
Juan Carlos Galeano - an advocate for a multispecies harmony
Colours of Laura Pritchett
Precious McKenzie: Ilike to write. It’s what I do. Some people play golf. I don't play golf. I write.
Lowell Jaeger : For me, I “feel a poem happening” when I see how extraordinary, strange, and wonderful are the ordinary affairs and concerns of ordinary folks.
"For me, the Pi number is the
god's phone number. Once we
can definitely find in it a
regularity, and hence hear from
the other end of the wire:
Vince Ambrosetti: I never hesitate to use Mother Teresa name because it is not for me
Jim Hagstrom: “Paint what excites you. Listen to yourself. Keep loose and express how you feel with your art!”
Debi Meling about city construction in Billings
Lisa Ballard: I've always been drawn to visual arts.
Neal Lewing: If you can make people feel good… and I think, if you've been given a talent by the creator, you're obligated to use it.
The World on a String:An Interview with Master Puppeteer Irina Boiko