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Resounds

  • Montana artist Tracy Linder's sense of how life and death unfold plays out through her art. Representations of the natural world, including larger-than-life wheat strands crafted from leather, stitched seed pods lined with rabbit fur, and illuminated resin wings, are all part of a retrospective of her work, titled "Open Range," which is on display at Yellowstone Art Museum in Billings through January 2021.
  • Gerry Robinson, an enrolled member of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe of Montana was recently informed that he will be awarded the Western Heritage Award for Outstanding American Western Novel in recognition of his recently published book The Cheyenne Story: An Interpretation of Courage.
  • In this episode, Resounds host Corby Skinner talks with Chris Warren about his book Ernest Hemingway in the Yellowstone High Country.
  • “Truth has become the casualty of our addiction to agendas and opinions and rapid-fire tweets.” - Stephen JimenezOver the past two decades, Stephen…
  • Associate professor of English at Rocky Mountain College Precious McKenzie recently received a prestigious Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program Award. In…
  • As a world-renowned flutist and teacher, Kaori Fujii has taught many the art of performance. For several years, she’s been traveling to the Democratic…
  • On this episode of Resounds, longtime Montana writers, essayists, and journalists Ed Kemmick and Alexis Bonogofsky sit down with hosts Corby Skinner and…
  • On this episode of Resounds, co-hosts Anna Paige and Corby Skinner hear from Shane de Leon, a songwriter, performer, and improvisation artist living in…
  • Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and part of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, Joy Harjo is the first Native American to be named United States Poet Laureate. For more…
  • In 2019, Melissa Kwasny and Mandy Smoker were appointed co-Poets Laureate by Montana governor Steve Bullock. As Poets Laureate and women from marginalized…