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Cheyenne writer named finalist in ACFW’s Carol Awards

Cheyenne’s Amanda Cabot’s book “Paper Roses” has been named a finalist in the “Long Historical Romance” category for the Carol Awards sponsored by the American Christian Fiction Writers. Here is some additional info about the awards from the ACFW’s web site: The Carol Awards evolved from ACFW’s Book of the Year Awards to honor the
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Cheyenne writer named finalist in ACFW's Carol Awards

Cheyenne’s Amanda Cabot’s book “Paper Roses” has been named a finalist in the “Long Historical Romance” category for the Carol Awards sponsored by the American Christian Fiction Writers. Here is some additional info about the awards from the ACFW’s web site: The Carol Awards evolved from ACFW’s Book of the Year Awards to honor the
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Western Art Show reception July 22 at AVA

Reception for the Western Art Show, featuring work by Mack Brislawn, Bob Coronato, and Tom Waugh, will be held at the AVA Center in Gillette on Thursday, July 22, July 22, 5:30-7:30 p.m. In the Front and Main Gallery. FMI: http://www.avacenter.org/

Absaroka County’s finest on way to TV screen

Wyoming mystery writer Craig Johnson sends this: A television series based on Craig Johnson’s Wyoming sheriff Walt Longmire from the Viking/Penguin novels is in development with Warner Horizon Television and TNT. Golden Globe and Emmy Award–winning Greer Shephard and Michael M. Robin (The Shephard/Robin Company) are executive producing alongside Hunt Baldwin and John Coveny, who
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Absaroka County's finest on way to TV screen

Wyoming mystery writer Craig Johnson sends this: A television series based on Craig Johnson’s Wyoming sheriff Walt Longmire from the Viking/Penguin novels is in development with Warner Horizon Television and TNT. Golden Globe and Emmy Award–winning Greer Shephard and Michael M. Robin (The Shephard/Robin Company) are executive producing alongside Hunt Baldwin and John Coveny, who
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Art with a story: literally. Artist Stephen Hannock to visit BBHC

Artist Stephen Hannock incorporates hundreds of phrases and sentences into his painting Flooded Cascade, Yellowstone Dawn, now on display in the Whitney Gallery of Western Art at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center. At first glance, the observer might miss Hannock’s diary entries hidden in the walls of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. But, on closer
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Tim Sandlin: Donate before Sept. 17 to help Jackson Hole Writers Conference get matching funds from Old Bill’s Fun Run

Tim Sandlin from the Jackson Hole Writers Conference sends this: Dear Writers, We are happy to report another superb conference in 2010. Our visiting faculty raised the stakes yet again by revealing, then prying, into the reasons why they write… the reasons why we all write. Once inside, they probed fearlessly. Ideas circulated fast. We
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Tim Sandlin: Donate before Sept. 17 to help Jackson Hole Writers Conference get matching funds from Old Bill's Fun Run

Tim Sandlin from the Jackson Hole Writers Conference sends this: Dear Writers, We are happy to report another superb conference in 2010. Our visiting faculty raised the stakes yet again by revealing, then prying, into the reasons why they write… the reasons why we all write. Once inside, they probed fearlessly. Ideas circulated fast. We
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Expanded CFD hours announced for State Museum

From a SPCR press release: Expanded hours at the Wyoming State Museum during the week of Cheyenne Frontier Days will afford visitors an increased opportunity to enjoy the exhibits. The Museum and store will be open 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Saturday, July 25 through Saturday, July 30. This includes Cheyenne Day, Wednesday, July 28.
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Legendary New York City Ballet comes to Jackson

This summer, New York City Ballet brings a group of 17 extraordinary dancers and musicians to Jackson Hole for the first time ever. This specially selected roster of artists will perform four works from NYCB’s unparalleled repertory: ballets by the company’s legendary founding choreographers George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins, a contemporary classic by Ulysses Dove,
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