Country Bookshelf is thrilled to welcome local editor June Billings Safford , who will discuss and sign Bozeman From the Heart, Wednesday, January 30th at 6:30pm. Read on for more information about the event, the author, and her new book!
This event is free and open to the public. To join the signing line and have books signed by the author at this event, please consider purchasing your copy of Bozeman From the Heart from Country Bookshelf, either in-store, over the phone, or online (scroll down). By purchasing your book from Country Bookshelf, you are not only supporting a locally owned, independent business, but you are also showing publishers that they should continue sending authors to Country Bookshelf. The author's previous titles will be available for purchase at the event as supplies last.
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More about Bozeman From the Heart
This book is a visual and narrative wonder. Its writers share personal stories of their Bozeman and its artist shows us Bozeman at its marrow. Readers will be mesmerized at this intersection of art, story, and community. For long-time residents the book nourishes our awe of this place; for new residents or those who want to be, it offers a storied heart-line to introduce the meaning of “I live in Bozeman” from people who do.
More about June Billings Safford
The editor of this volume, appears mostly as a painter, but June is also a published poet and spent 27 years as a writing teacher at Bozeman High School. Her art work has been displayed in at least 27 venues and her poems have been published in Paterson Literary Review, Whitefish Review, two volumes of Poets Across the Big Sky, New Poets of the American West and Xanadu.