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TONIGHT: Alyson Hagy talks about her newest book, ‘Scribe’

By Tom Hallberg

A trope exists in writing — almost a stereotype — that characters and stories appear to the author, inexplicable in their origin. The vision of the muse visiting an unsuspecting authorial vessel dates back to the Greeks, to the roots of Western storytelling, if not further.

Events

‘A big deal’: Elkfest returns Saturday

By Chance Q. Cook

National Elk Refuge Manager Brian Glaspell understood the size and scope of ElkFest almost as soon as he showed up to the job in 2017.

Arts

‘Legally Blonde’ is the students’ show

By Billy Arnold

Nobody likes being broken up with.

Music

Arts center lines up soul-filled summer

By Billy Arnold

Hibernation’s over, people — rub the sleep out of your eyes. The Center for the Arts’ summer lineup is here.

Arts

Author tells stories of modern Chicanas

By Billy Arnold

The homesickness Kali Fajardo-Anstine feels when she’s away from the Mountain West isn’t just a pang of nostalgia or a twang of the heartstrings.

Film

Patagonia film a rallying cry to save imperiled wild salmon

By Gisele Olson

In light of the United Nations’ recent report detailing the catastrophic rate of species extinction in the 21st century — up to a million kinds of plants and animals in the next few decades — it may come as no surprise that wild salmon, too, are fac…

Events

Hagy spins brutal, lyrical South in ‘Scribe’

By Tom Hallberg

A trope exists in writing — almost a stereotype — that characters and stories appear to the author, inexplicable in their origin. The vision of the muse visiting an unsuspecting authorial vessel dates back to the Greeks, to the roots of Western stor…

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