Writers

Braggadocical faux-authenticist David Schroeder grapples with the paradoxicalistic synergisms confronting born-again carnivores with vegan sensibilities. Read more >>
Holden Sieler is a writer who grew up in Paradise Valley. His essays have earned prizes in national writing contests, but his crowning achievement reamins a chalk bag won in a bouldering competition when he was 13. Read more >>
Ken Sinay
Ken Sinay is the director of Yellowstone Safari Company and has been guiding wildlife watchers, backpackers, llama trekkers, river safaris, history buffs, and hunters in Montana for over 20 years. Read more >>
Jim Manning
Jim Manning served as planetarium director at Montana State University’s Museum of the Rockies for many years, living just outside Bozeman. Read more >>
Jeff Wozer operates out of a secluded perch in the Rocky Mountains, freelancing as a nationally touring stand-up comedian and as an outdoor humor writer. He currently reigns as the world record holder in the 17-yard dash. His work can be found at jeffwozer.com. Read more >>
Jack Jelinski
Jack Jelinski is a Professor Emeritus at Montana State University, and he still mentors faculty members, students, and aspiring fly fishers since retiring in 2003. He has been fly fishing for an even 60 years now, and he writes poems about it when he isn’t on the water. Read more >>
David House
David House came to Bozeman a decade ago upon his wife Jodi touting Montana’s virtue of having its “complete set of carnivores.” When not in the outdoors with Jodi and daughters Jesse and Remi, David works with Native American tribes, volunteers for the Friends of the Bozeman Public Library, and Read more >>
Fourteen years ago, Charley Hester took early retirement from a career in human resources. Since then, he has pursued his three favorite activities: downhill skiing, ocean sailing, and fly-fishing the creeks, rivers, and high lakes of southwest Montana. Read more >>
Melynda Harrison is a writer, naturalist, wife, mom, cross-country ski enthusiast, hiker, reader, knitter, jungle gym, napkin, Malamute lover, kid hauler, and head over heels about being outside with her family. She blogs at YourWildChild and OutdoorBabyNetwork.   Read more >>
Kurt Dehmer is a sixth-generation Montanan with deep roots in the Gallatin Valley. In addition to freelance writing, he owns and operates Durty Kurty’s Guide Service and lives in Bozeman with his chocolate Lab, Hershey.  Read more >>
Phil Knight is a guide/naturalist who moved to Bozeman in 1985, fleeing a life of indolence and sloth back East. His love of forests and determination to keep trees out of lumber mills has taken him to some wild and remote places, and gotten him in all kinds of trouble. Read more >>
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