Monday, August 15, 2022

We Are What We Breathe

We Are What We Breathe July 3 … 2019 It was a miracle that I had survived. Thanks to the Highway Patrol officer who came up my...

An annual Nevada-wide book club is all about nature this year

Nature has a way of putting my brokenness into perspective. In the last half dozen years, I’ve contended with lymphoma and an anxiety disorder....

Modern-day Myth in Jarbidge, Nevada

In the far corner of Northeastern Nevada, hours away from paved roads and nestled in a deep canyon lies a small town—and a monster....

At Sundance, ‘buy local’ is helping, poetry takes to the airwaves

At Sundance Books and Music, sales of meditation books are trending. Jigsaw puzzles and books with cheery themes are selling well, too. And Samantha...

Jobs of Tomorrow – Machine Learning

This report is part of a series reports by The Sierra Nevada Ally: Nevada Formulates Innovative Skills Training Programs for a 21st Century Workforce, produced...
David Toll

Tarantulas On Parade

A version of this story appeared in David Toll’s legendary Gold Hill News, which he published regularly between 1974 - 1978.  This story is...

Moving out

If John Steinbeck and Tom Waits ever hung out at a dive bar, they might end up talking about Willy Vlautin. For the past...

A Trustworthy Friend

Though he has 10 published books under his belt and was recently inducted in the Nevada Writers Hall of Fame, native Nevadan Steven Nightingale...

On the Trail of the Jackalope – As Real as You...

As Real as You Want Them to Be My next appointment is with Bruce Jones, Mayor of Douglas. After walking back to the LaBonte I...

Literature of the landscape

Since 2002, Nevada Humanities has partnered with the City of Las Vegas to host the Las Vegas Book Festival. Traditionally, it has been a...