A “Noir at the Bar” event featuring Montana Noir at the National Book Festival. Location and further details TBA.
Join Chicago editor and author Keir Graff to celebrate the release of his latest venture, MONTANA NOIR, an anthology of original crime fiction set in Graff’s home state. Co-edited with James Grady (author of the iconic SIX DAYS OF THE CONDOR) and published by Brooklyn’s Akashic Books, MONTANA NOIR features 14 original short stories by […]
A panel discussion at the Montana Book Festival featuring: James Grady (editor), Keir Graff (editor), Caroline Patterson (contributor), Eric Heidle (contributor), Gwen Florio (contributor), Yvonne Seng (contributor), Sidner Larson (contributor), Carrie Le Seur (contributor), and David Abrams (contributor).
Panel discussion featuring editors James Grady and Keir Graff, as well as contributors David Abrams, Gwen Florio, Eric Heidle, Caroline Patterson, and Yvonne Seng, at the Lewis & Clark Library.
A reception for Montana Noir, featuring editors James Grady and Keir Graff, as well as contributor David Abrams, at the Blackfoot River Brewing Company in Helena, Montana.
Editors James Grady and Keir Graff, along with contributors David Abrams, Eric Heidle, Caroline Patterson, and Yvonne Seng, will do a reading and discussion at the Clark Chateau Museum & Gallery in Butte, Montana.
Editors James Grady and Keir Graff with contributors David Abrams and Yvonne Seng in a lunchtime panel discussion.
Montana Noir editors James Grady and Keir Graff will appear in a panel discussion with contributors David Abrams and Yvonne Sen. A signature “Montana Noir” cocktail will be served courtesy of local Bozeman Spirits Distillery.
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