Kent Meyers has written a memoir, a book of short fiction, and three novels, including the 2005 One Book South Dakota, The Work of Wolves. His honors include a Society of Midland Authors Award and a High Plains Book Award, and two of his novels have been chosen as New York Times Notable Books. Meyers lives in Spearfish, South Dakota and teaches in Pacific Lutheran University’s low-residency MFA program, the Rainier Writing Workshop.
History, Non-Fiction, South Dakota AuthorsA Dust Bowl Book of Days, 1932
Crime/Mystery, Fiction, South Dakota AuthorsNever Say Sever in Deadwood
Poetry, South Dakota AuthorsSpeaking in Riddles
History, South Dakota Authors, Tribal, Young ReadersIn the Footsteps of Crazy Horse