Having traveled every continent except Antarctica, Lawrence Diggs has produced documentaries, written books and made presentations around the world. He founded The International Vinegar Museum in South Dakota, helped plan and build a Buddhist temple in San Francisco and designed and created a national emergency medical system in Burkina Faso, which earned him that country’s Medal of Honor with gold stars. Diggs also teaches poetry in the state’s prisons, which led to the publication of Prose and Cons.
Fiction, Poetry, South Dakota AuthorsBeneath the Same Stars
PoetryLoon in Late November Water
Illustrators, South Dakota Authors, Young ReadersThe Monster Who Ate the State
History, Non-FictionLives in Ruins: Archaeologists and the Seductive Lure of Human Rubble