Thursday, May 26, 2011

Summer Reading List

This week on The Write Question, Zed and Barbara Theroux, manager of Fact & Fiction Books in downtown Missoula, talk with TWQ producer Chérie Newman about a few of the recently-published books written by authors in the western United States.

Here's a list of the books they mention during the program, as well as others you might be interested in taking a look at. You'll find most of these titles at Fact & Fiction or at your local independent bookseller.

The Only Thing Worth Dying For, by Eric Blehm
Geology Underfoot in Yellowstone National Park, by Marc Hendrix
Yellowstone National Park: An ABC Adventure, by KC Glastetter and Jeremie Hollman
Fire Season, by Philip Connors
Climb Glacier National Park, by Blake Passmore
Peakbagging Montana, by Cedron Jones
I've Never Met an Idiot on the River, by Henry Winkler
The Bitterroot and Mr. Brandborg, by Frederick H. Swanson
Backroads & Byways of Montana, by Jeff Welsch and Sherry Moore
Evel: The High-Flying Life of Evel Knievel: American Showman, Daredevil, and Legend, by Leigh Montville
Raptors of the West, by Kate Davis
Totally Out There Guide to Glacier National Park, by Donna Love
The Golf Letters: Tee Tales, by Annie Loughlin
The Taliban Shuffle: Strange Days in Afghanistan and Pakistan, by Kim Barker

Forgiven, by Janet Fox
American Masculine, by Shann Ray
Hell is Empty, by Craig Johnson
Cold Wind, by CJ Box
Back of Beyond, by CJ Box
Randy Lopez Goes Home, by Rudolfo Anaya
Toys, by Neil McMahon and James Patterson
Terra Tempo: Ice Age Cataclysm, by David Shapiro, Christopher Herndon & Erika Melville
The Last Mountains: A Tom Hadley Mystery, by Rick Craig
The Summer Son, by Craig Lancaster

51: 30 Poems, 20 Lyrics, 1 Self-Interview, by Paul Zarzyski
Waterworks Hill, by Dave Thomas
Like Any Other Dream Will Do, by Cedar Brant
What Lasts, by Jennifer Greene
A Clear Blue Sky in Royal Oak, by John Holbrook
You're Just Dirt, by Roger Dunsmore
If Beauty Were A Spy, by Jenny Fallein

Listen to the program this evening at 6:30 ( or 7:30 (, or anytime using the embedded PRX player below:

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