An Evening with Bozeman Author Keith McCafferty
September 5, 2014 (Helena, MT)—Outdoor enthusiasts, fly fisherman, and mystery lovers, your Lewis & Clark Library is pleased to announce that Survival and Outdoor Skills Editor of Field & Stream and award-winning author, Keith McCafferty will be at the Library on Tuesday, September 16, at 7 PM.
McCafferty, the award-winning author of The Royal Wulff Murders, The Gray Ghost Murders, and the just released, heart-pounding third novel in the series, Dead Man’s Fancy, will discuss his work as well as his many travels that serve as material for his writing. In addition to being the Survival and Outdoor Skills Editor of Field & Stream, he has written articles for publications as diverse as Fly Fisherman Magazine, Mother Earth News, Gray’s Sporting Journal, and the Chicago Tribune and on subjects ranging from mosquitoes to wolves to mercenaries and exorcism.
Based in Montana and working on assignment around the globe, McCafferty recently spent a month in India trekking the Himalayas, fishing for golden mahseer and studying tigers. McCafferty has won numerous awards, including the Robert Traver Award for angling literature. He has twice been a finalist for a National Magazine Award. McCafferty holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology from Duke University and a Master’s in Journalism from the University of Michigan. He lives in Bozeman, Montana.
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