According to legendary playwright/poet Oscar Wilde, memory is “the diary that we all carry about with us."
It is hard to imagine losing the editorial checks and balances that protect our First Amendment rights, our freedom of information.
More than 60 high-caliber authors presented at more than 100 sessions at the 2018 South Dakota Festival of Books Sept. 20-23.
U.S. Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith will unveil a new anthology featuring the works of 50 living American poets during a visit to the Black Hills Oct. 5-6 that will be co-hosted by the Library of Congress and SDHC.
Planning your Festival visit? Find what you need to know about the 2018 event, including important dates and times.
Three people and one organization were selected by the South Dakota Humanities Council for 2018 Distinguished Achievement in the Humanities awards.
Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson was the guest speaker at a South Dakota Humanities Council program in Rapid City.
The Board of Directors of the South Dakota Humanities Council announced today that Executive Director Sherry DeBoer will retire in December 2018.
Ten major grants were approved for funding during the South Dakota Humanities Council spring grant cycle.
“The Lovely Bones” author Alice Sebold is coming to the South Dakota Festival of Books.
The sole meaning in life is to serve humanity.
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