Saturday, February 04, 2006

Hibbard and Harpole at Nkd Wrds!

Scott Hibbard and Tom Harpole were the featured readers this past Thursday at Miller's Crossing.

Here, Tom attempts a "Brokeback Mountain" moment with Scott, who's having no part in it.

Scott read a section from his work-in-progress, an historical novel set during (and just prior to) the Civil War.

Tom read two essays in his traditional meticulous and hilarious prose style.

Nkd Wrds was pleased to host these two fine writers, long-standing members of the Montana literary community. Posted by Picasa

2 Comments:

Blogger borneman said...

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9:35 PM  
Blogger john hanson said...

everybody knows the war is over
everybody knows the good guys lost

that's how it goes

thanks for the guidance

i do a thing on saturday nights called

WE ENTERTAIN OURSELVES

a venue created to get young people
involved in the folk music tradition

singalong
playalong

it was really great tonite

we focussed on the existential realities of love

plenty of material

many shades of dark red
and blue

she walks these hills in a dark black veil

and there ws real enthusiasm for the naked sound of guitars mouth harps and a big old standup bass

work the sounds of the real my friends

10:54 PM  

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