Not many authors are truly household names these days, a fact which tends to disappoint book lovers like me. John Grisham, however, is one who rises to that level.
As far as we know, human beings are the only creatures that tell stories. Think about that for a minute. Let it sink in.
When he decided to make a living drawing comic books, Gene Luen Yang faced not only the long odds that come with any such dream, but also an obstacle.
Fiction authors are no strangers to writers block. But once in a while, the story literally "writes itself." Kathleen Grissom knows what that feels like.
As in years past, the 2017 South Dakota Festival of Books will feature a strong lineup of Veteran authors. It will also feature an opportunity for aspiring Veteran writers to show the professionals what they can do.
While 2017 has been challenging for the South Dakota Humanities Council, things took a turn for the better with two major victories in a matter of ten days.
Attention book club captains, teachers, discussion leaders: J. Ryan Stradal has made your life easier.
Whichever side of the federal funding for the arts and humanities debate you stand on...please inform yourself of what is at stake locally.
The Humanities indiscriminately touch all of us. They help us understand and experience what makes us human. I was introduced to the humanities, without knowing it, in grade school.
Why is the budget proposal calling for entirely eliminating the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities such a terrible idea?
The sole meaning in life is to serve humanity.
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