Books

Smoking with Steven Raichlen

The barbecue master has studied culinary history as far back as the Middle Ages, and now he’s looking ahead to the smoky future.

“For A Little While”

Montana writer Rick Bass learned his craft from a couple of unlikely sources: rejection letters and his career as a petroleum geologist.

Charles M. Russell: Watercolors

Charles M. Russell holds a special place as one of the West’s most beloved visual storytellers. An exciting new book tells the little-known story of his accomplished watercolors.

Recollections of a Cowpuncher

He rode with Charles Russell and inspired “Lonesome Dove.” But E.C. “Teddy Blue” Abbott’s life dream was to write a true tale of life on the trail.

Home on the Cheyenne River Lakota Nation

Two photographers set out to document the 2.8 million-acre reservation that the Cheyenne River Lakota Nation calls home.

Edward S. Curtis: One Hundred Masterworks

A new book and exhibition select the best of the best from one of the great achievements in photographic history.

Thomas McGuane

In “Crow Fair,” Montana fly-fisherman, horseman, and writer Thomas McGuane treats his short story characters with the same empathetic tenderness he offers his own animals.

A Valentine’s Day Gift Suggestion: “Duke: In His Own Words”

Devoted John Wayne fans will enjoy this celebratory volume.