Hemingway’s Idaho

The author had a special connection to Sun Valley, where he hunted, fished, found his “Family,” and was laid to rest.

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.