Wolves: Beyond Myth and Fantasy by Rick Lamplugh March 28

March 28 / 6:30 PM

Wolves: Beyond Myth and Fantasy

Join us for a 45-minute multimedia presentation by award-winning author Rick Lamplugh

Rick will read excerpts from In the Temple of Wolves and Deep into Yellowstone. Some of the readings will be accompanied by original music composed for the presentation. He will also read excerpts from a couple commentaries. 

In between the readings, there will be videos and a slideshow produced by Rick and Mary.

Ticket options include:

Presentation and VIP reception with two drink tickets:  $65

Presentation only: $25

Rick will be selling all three of his books at the event and will do book signings immediately following his presentation at the reception.

More information on Rick and his books:

Rick Lamplugh lives in Gardiner, Montana, at Yellowstone’s north gate. He writes to protect wildlife and preserve wild lands.

His new book, The Wilds of Aging: A Journey of Heart and Mind—described by reviewers as “piercing and poetic” and “a wonderful and moving read”—takes you on an illuminating journey into the wilds of aging, a passage we all face if we’re lucky. The book is a prequel to his two previous books.

Deep into Yellowstone: A Years Immersion in Grandeur and Controversy won a Gold Medal in the Independent Publisher Book Awards (IPPY Awards). It was a finalist in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards and in the National Indie Excellence Awards. It won an Honorable Mention in the Eric Hoffer Book Awards and in the INDIES Book Awards. Deep into Yellowstone captures the grandeur of Yellowstone while digging into important controversies.

In the Temple of Wolves: A Winters Immersion in Wild Yellowstone is an Amazon bestseller with more than 320 Five-Star reviews. The book is about the wolves and ecology of Yellowstone’s Lamar Valley and Rick’s experience of living and volunteering there for three winters.

Rick’s stories have appeared in Yellowstone Reports and the literary journals Composite Arts MagazineGold Man ReviewPhoebe, Soundings Review, andFeathered Flounder. He won the Jim Stone Grand Prize for Non-Fiction.


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