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Whitefish Review Release Party -- Issue #22 "The Stories We Tell"

Whitefish Review will release "The Stories We Tell" issue #22 on Friday, June 1 with a celebration at Casey's in downtown Whitefish. The new issue features nearly 40 authors, poets, photographers, and artists, as well as an interview with author and CNN anchor Jake Tapper. The cover features new work by artist Jennifer Li.

The evening will feature readings by William Kittredge, Annick Smith, and Rick Bass. Young writer Joey Bulman will also read from work featured in the issue. Bulman is a May 2018 graduate of Montana Academy.

"For this issue of Whitefish Review, we focused on the power of story," said founding editor Brian Schott. "The stories we tell ourselves, both as individuals and as a society and how that shapes us as human beings."

Rick Bass is the author of over thirty books of fiction and nonfiction. His newest book is The Traveling Feast: On the Road and at the Table with America's Finest Writers.

William Kittredge taught at the University of Montana from 1969 until his retirement in 1997. His publications include stories and essays from Graywolf Press, Hole in the Sky from Knopf, and his share of the credit for The Last Best Place: A Montana Anthology.

Annick Smith's most recent book is Crossing the Plains with Bruno and she was co-editor with William Kittredge of The Last Best Place. Most recently, Smith and Susan O'Connor are co-editors of HEARTH, A Global Conversation on Community, Identity and Place, to be published this September.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. with live music. The evening is sponsored by the Whitefish Community Foundation, Glacier Bank, and Good Medicine Lodge. A $10 entry donation is suggested to support the non-profit journal.

Whitefish Review is a non-profit journal publishing the literature, art, and photography of mountain culture and beyond. As a recognized non profit corporation created for the public good, it is supported by generous donations, grants, and subscriptions. Copies of Whitefish Review are also available in bookstores and for order online at www.whitefishreview.org.

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Whitefish Review

406 261 6190

Event Dates: June 01, 2018

Event times: 6:30-10pm

Admission fees (if any): free

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Casey's Whitefish
101 Central Ave, Whitefish, Montana 59937

Latitude: 48.411467000
Longitude: -114.336498000
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