This   House   of   Books   is   hosting   eight   authors   for   a book   signing   on   Saturday,   December   9,   from   1:00   to 3:00 PM. Come,    meet    these    authors,    and    get    autographed copies   of   outstanding   books   by   some   award-winning local and regional authors. •    Cara    Chamberlain—widely    published    poet    and author    of    several    collections    of    poetry.    Her    most current   is   Lament   of   the Antichrist   in   a   Secular   World and    Other    Poems    (2017).    Cara’s    work    has    been published   in   over   150   journals   and   she   has   received three Pushcart Prize nominations. •   Jack   Day—children’s   book   author   who   has   created   books   featuring   a   charming   pair   of   characters   who   answer   to   “Grandma” and   “Grandpa”   and   who   love   to   travel   to   Yellowstone   Park   in   all   seasons.   His   current   is   the   very   well-reviewed   Gramma   and Grampa's Adventures in Yellowstone National Park. •   Danell   Jones—In   her   Virginia   Woolf   Writer’s   Workshop,   Danell   imagines   a   master   class   in   the   art   of   writing,   published   by Penguin   Random   House.   She   was   honored   with   a   Whiting   Fellowship   in   the   Humanities   and   a   Bennett   Cerf Award   for   her   work on Virginia Woolf. •   Craig   Lancaster—Craig   is   a   very   popular   Billings-based   author   whose   latest   novel,   Julep   Street,   was   a   finalist   for   the   2017 AmericanBookFest Best Book Award for Literary Fiction. A prolific author, he has won many honors. •   Carrie   LaSeur—Carrie’s   widely   acclaimed The   Home   Place: A   Novel,   won   the   High   Plains   Book Award   for   2014.   It   takes   place mostly   in   or   east   of   Billings.   Her   next   book,   The   Weight   of   an   Infinite   Sky,   will   be   available   in   January   2018.   Meet   Carrie,   buy   a copy of The Home Place, and reserve a signed copy of her next book. •   Tim   Lehman—Professor   Lehman   was   invited   by   John’s   Hopkins   University   to   write   Bloodshed   at   Little   Bighorn:   Sitting   Bull, Custer,   and   the   Destinies   of   Nations.   It   not   only   demonstrates   the   up-to-date   mastery   of   the   subject   one   might   expect,   it   is exceptionally well-written. Even if you have a bookshelf full of books about this battle, you will want this one. •   Elisa   Lorello—Big   Skye   Littleton   is   set   in   Billings,   Montana.   Elisa’s   work   explores   human   relationships   with   good   insight   and humor. She is a very popular best-selling author with an international following. •   Bernie   Quetchenbach—Accidental   Gravity   is   a   set   of   autobiographical   essays   dealing   with   our   relation   to   the   natural   world. Although written in prose, it is easy to detect that Bernard is a poet at heart. The work is deeply felt and beautifully crafted.
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T    h    i    s      House   of Books    is   e   i   g   h   t       for          a b    o    o    k        o             n               Saturday, December 9, from 1:00 to 3:00 PM. Come,    meet    these    authors,    and    get    autographed    copies    of outstanding   books   by   some   award-winning   local   and   regional authors. •    Cara    Chamberlain—widely    published    poet    and    author    of several   collections   of   poetry.   Her   most   current   is   Lament   of   the Antichrist   in   a   Secular   World   and   Other   Poems   (2017).   Cara’s work   has   been   published   in   over   150   journals   and   she   has received three Pushcart Prize nominations. •   Jack   Day—children’s   book   author   who   has   created   books featuring    a    charming    pair    of    characters    who    answer    to “Grandma”     and     “Grandpa”     and     who     love     to     travel     to Yellowstone   Park   in   all   seasons.   His   current   is   the   very   well- reviewed   Gramma   and   Grampa's   Adventures   in   Yellowstone National Park. •    Danell    Jones—In    her    Virginia    Woolf    Writer’s    Workshop, Danell   imagines   a   master   class   in   the   art   of   writing,   published by   Penguin   Random   House.   She   was   honored   with   a   Whiting Fellowship   in   the   Humanities   and   a   Bennett   Cerf   Award   for   her work on Virginia Woolf. •    Craig    Lancaster—Craig    is    a    very    popular    Billings-based author   whose   latest   novel,   Julep   Street,   was   a   finalist   for   the 2017   AmericanBookFest   Best   Book   Award   for   Literary   Fiction. A prolific author, he has won many honors. •   Carrie   LaSeur—Carrie’s   widely   acclaimed   The   Home   Place: A Novel,   won   the   High   Plains   Book Award   for   2014.   It   takes   place mostly   in   or   east   of   Billings.   Her   next   book,   The   Weight   of   an Infinite   Sky,   will   be   available   in   January   2018.   Meet   Carrie,   buy a   copy   of   The   Home   Place,   and   reserve   a   signed   copy   of   her next book. •    Tim    Lehman—Professor    Lehman    was    invited    by    John’s Hopkins   University   to   write   Bloodshed   at   Little   Bighorn:   Sitting Bull,     Custer,     and     the     Destinies     of     Nations.     It     not     only demonstrates   the   up-to-date   mastery   of   the   subject   one   might expect,    it    is    exceptionally    well-written.    Even    if    you    have    a bookshelf full of books about this battle, you will want this one. •   Elisa   Lorello—Big   Skye   Littleton   is   set   in   Billings,   Montana. Elisa’s   work   explores   human   relationships   with   good   insight and   humor.   She   is   a   very   popular   best-selling   author   with   an international following. •     Bernie     Quetchenbach—Accidental     Gravity     is     a     set     of autobiographical   essays   dealing   with   our   relation   to   the   natural world.    Although    written    in    prose,    it    is    easy    to    detect    that Bernard    is    a    poet    at    heart.    The    work    is    deeply    felt    and beautifully crafted.
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Writers
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They are read.  We are Quoted!!!
  A Rumpus of writers in This house of books