The literature of Ted Kooser’s 2005 Pulitzer Prize winner, “Delights & Shadows”, draws in the sun to bring readers to the table of subtle transformation.
Nashville is more than the Music City these days. It’s an up- and-coming force in the (fictional) murder business, as well.
Andy Shane didn’t like school to begin with, but the class know-it-all, Dolores Starbuckle, made his day even worse by tattling on him. Twice! Before lunch!
Barry Louis Polisar began writing and singing for children in 1975, but many know him from his song, “All I Want is You."
“That one photo is not indicative of a lot of my work,” photojournalist Robert Cohen said. “I’m not a war photographer. I’m a community journalist.”
A recent SDHC grantee’s project harnesses the power of paintings, poetry and film to tell an emotional, human story.
The first Veterans Writing Prize will highlight the writings of South Dakota veterans and service members. A $1,000 cash prize is offered to the winning author.
The challenge of choosing the ‘best of’ from the 2016 Festival is similar to the challenge of picking the next book to read from a near toppling stack of books.
The SDHC Lending Library features "The Forever War" by Dexter Filkins, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist while reporting for the New York Times.
The final three Pulitzer Prize-winning books on politics which three scholars & educators will analyze in book talks at Brookings Public Library in June.
The sole meaning in life is to serve humanity.
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