As SDHC celebrates the centennial of the Pulitzer Prize, we also remember the late Nelle Harper Lee and highlight SD’s connections with the Prize winner’s work.
“For some reason people always said their history could not be written,” Elizabeth Fenn said of the Mandan tribe. “It seemed to me that it could.”
Though you may be familiar with Smiley and some of her works, here are some intriguing facts about the best-selling author that you probably didn’t know.
The Council is planning a year-long celebration of the best in literature, drama, history, music, and journalism for communities around the state.
The 2015 South Dakota Festival of Books has come to a close and has set its sights on Brookings for the fall 2016 Festival.
View our up-to-the-minute schedule updates in the 2015 Festival of Books Survivor’s Guide.
The Festival features a long list of more than 70 local, regional and national authors across nine genres of writing.
Award-winning mystery author William Kent Krueger is finishing the final leg of his One Book SD author tour, culminating in a keynote appearance in Deadwood.
Thousands of writers and readers converge in the Black Hills to share their stories at the 13th annual South Dakota Festival of Books, Sept. 23-27.
Soozy, the state’s friendly but hungry dinosaur, has hopped a flight to Washington, D.C., for the 15th Anniversary Library of Congress National Book Festival.
The sole meaning in life is to serve humanity.
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