Ron Hitchcock’s wide-ranging collection of poems celebrate and questions our existence in the natural world. Forests, streams, woodlands, and the animals that dwell there fascinate him — as does human behavior. Hitchcock writes with a biologist’s wisdom, joyful humor, and a disarming delight. In Places and Fables, biologist, naturalist, and […]
Renée Claire Tafoya
Graphic designer, educator, publisher.
Peter H. Hassrick, Director Emeritus & Senior Scholar at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, is the author of our summer 2016 title, Drawn to Yellowstone. From the moment of its inception, Yellowstone National Park has inspired artists to capture its many splendors and record them for the world […]
We adored our space at Stone Soup Studios in Cody, but we eventually came to see that in this mobile world, we had very few visitors to the office. Most of our authors and retailers are busy people and our correspondence is usually online or on telephone. So we bid […]
Cody: Park County Library. WordsWorth publisher, Renée Tafoya, and editor Lynn Petit presented recent titles at the Park County Library in Cody on January 24. We made valuable new connections and re-connected with several of our authors. The authors we represented that day include Rodger McDaniel, Leslie Patten, Paul Fees, […]
K.T. Roes died at her rural Cody home, Thursday, Aug. 7, 2014. K.T.’s professional life in Cody started as a librarian at the Park County Library, but it was not long before an interest in journalism landed her a job as a reporter at the Cody Enterprise. After the Enterprise, […]
For more than half a century the Wyoming State Historical Society (WSHS), an independent, non-profit organization with more than twenty-one chapters across the state, and its many members from throughout the United States and Europe, have been promoting the collection and preservation of Wyoming’s history. Since its beginnings in 1953, […]