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.
The 2017 Festival will feature a strong lineup of Veteran authors and 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.
Savannah met celebrated children’s author Jennifer Richard Jacobson in 2016. She was excited when the author visited her school – to say the least.
I am a Lakota author and educator born and raised in South Dakota. The SDHC has encouraged and promoted my work, and allowed me to develop as an author.
An award-winning author recognized as the voice of the Vietnam generation has joined the lineup for the 2017 Festival of Books in Deadwood and Rapid City.
My parents introduced me to the humanities well before I was aware that there was such a thing. They didn’t set out to do it. It just happened.
The 2017 Young Readers One Book is “Tales from Deckawoo Drive”, a bind-in of three series books written by Kate DiCamillo and illustrated by Chris Van Dusen.
Food and family intertwine in the 2017 One Book South Dakota selection, Kitchens of the Great Midwest by J. Ryan Stradal.
The sole meaning in life is to serve humanity.
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