"Keep writing" is an adage you’ll probably hear at the 2017 South Dakota Festival of Books. Taken at face value, it's useful - if not particularly profound - advice.
In August of 1969, a year after leaving his home in Worthington, Minn. for basic training and life-threatening duty in war-torn Vietnam, Tim O’Brien was finally sent to the rear.
When you attend the South Dakota Festival of Books, you expect to learn from the authors.
Geneive Abdo will put her encyclopedic knowledge of the Middle East to good use at the 2017 South Dakota Festival of Books.
Four honorees have been selected by the South Dakota Humanities Council for 2017 Distinguished Achievement in the Humanities awards.
Working with an author like Kate DiCamillo makes Chris Van Dusen's job easy.
The “foodie” heroine of the 2017 One Book journeys the Midwest leaving satisfied diners in her wake. The creator of her character will soon be doing the same.
Not many authors are household names these days, a fact which tends to disappoint book lovers like me. John Grisham, however, is one who rises to that level.
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.
Attention book club captains, teachers, discussion leaders: J. Ryan Stradal has made your life easier.
The sole meaning in life is to serve humanity.
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