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“I don’t think I’ll ever find a group of communities that interest me as much as Alaska.”
True crime in capital city.
The prolific author and poet has been working for years on the two books.
First there was “The Bear in the Blueberry.” Now, there’s “The Humpback in the Herring.”
It’s the first time a book from the early literacy program has been selected.
Rainy days inspire tale set in Hawaii
It took him years to write, will you take a look?
Stricken authors include Maya Angelou and F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Rural Tennessee has electricity for the same reason Southeast Alaska has totem parks — the New Deal.
Colorful labels and characters from bygone era.
The fish tell a deeply human story.
Find out why visiting Seldovia tops the list.
‘It’s like it was meant to be’: At-first reluctant author talks about her Elizabeth Peratrovich book
Alaska Native rights advocate also took in cats and read Victor Hugo to high-schoolers.
Staff picks for January 2019.
Here’s what we read, watched and listened to in 2018.
The work artists loved in 2018.
Ravin’ about Baby Raven Reads.
This is Staff Picks, a monthly round-up of what staff at The Capital City Weekly and Juneau Empire are reading, watching and listening to. Every… Continue reading
Dale Pihlman’s first attempt at writing “Alaska’s Inside Passage” didn’t go well. The Ketchikan retiree just spent the better part of two years putting together… Continue reading
They had many differences, but all of the authors gathered at the Alaska State Library, Archives and Museum on Thursday had one important thing in… Continue reading