Voices at Twilight—A Poet’s Guide to Wyoming Ghost Towns
The Definitive Wyoming Ghost Town Book
Wyoming State Historical Society Book Award Winner
In the award-winning Voices at Twilight, a collection of historical stories and photographs, Lori Howe illuminates past and present Wyoming ghost towns. Towns like Old Sherman, once the highest railroad village in the world, is now inhabited only by a child’s grave. Centennial, a former gold-rush town, is now home to a colorful, artistic population of 100.
Explore Piedmont’s well-preserved remains including the historic stone beehive kilns of the Moses Byrne empire. Medicine Bow is home to the historic Virginian Hotel, named for Owen Wister and his novel, The Virginian.
“Many of the working inhabitants are commuters who prefer the solitude of this small, lovely community.”
The towns featured in Voices at Twilight offer the reader a visual tour of twelve of the most interesting Wyoming ghost towns. Contained within this full-color book are travel directions, GPS coordinates, and tips for intrepid readers who wish to experience these unique towns and town sites for themselves.
Explore classic railroad ghost towns with this resource.
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Voices at Twilight Book Information
Author: Lori Howe
ISBN: 978-1-944986-45-2 (hardback), 978-1944986-01-8 (paperback)
Market price: $24.95 (hardback), $13.95 (paperback)
Formats: Hardback, paperback, eBook
Page count: 120
Interior: Full color
Title code: Book124
Available in these countries: United States, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Spain, France, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, United Kingdom
Video Review of Voices at Twilight
What’s going on in the towns of Voices at Twilight?
Below are audio and video clips of what’s going on in the towns featured in Voices at Twilight.
The Mad Potter out in Jeffrey City, Byron Seeley, and his shop, Monk King Bird Pottery:
Voices at Twilight in the Media
Listen to Lori Howe talk about Voices at Twilight on Open Spaces on Wyoming NPR, June 10, 2016. Audio recording is courtesy of Open Spaces.
Other Articles on this book about Wyoming Ghost Towns
Author Signing Events
Meet Lori Howe in person at the following events. She will be reading selections of her poetry, sharing writing stories, and autographing Cloudshade poems, her newly released title.
Monday, June 13, Workshop at the Natrona County Library in Casper, WY: 5:30-8pm.
Tuesday, June 14, Workshop at the Sheridan County Library in Sheridan, 6-8:30pm.
Wednesday, June 15, I’ll read from and sign both Cloudshade and Voices at Twilight at the Sheridan Stationery Books and Gallery from 5:30-7pm.
Thursday, June 16, Workshop at the Big Horn County Library in Basin, WY, 6-8:30pm.
Friday, June 17, book signing at Legends Bookstore in Cody, WY, 1-3pm.
Saturday, June 18, Workshop at the Park County Public Library in Cody, WY, 1-4pm.
Sunday: free day. Kayak and write.
Monday, June 20, reading/signing at Storyteller Books in Thermopolis, WY, 5:30-7pm
Tuesday, June 21, Workshop at the Hot Springs County Library in Thermopolis, WY, 5:30-7:30pm.
June 22-26, Jackson Hole Writers Conference. Staying in Wilson.
Monday, June 27, Workshop at the Rock Springs Branch Library in Rock Springs, WY 6-8pm
Tuesday, June 28, Workshop at the Sweetwater County Library in Green River, WY, 6-8pm
Wednesday, June 29, Workshop at the Sublette County Library in Pinedale, WY 5:30-8pm
Thursday, June 30, Workshop at the Centennial Library in Centennial, WY, 11am-2pm.
End of tour: back in Laramie by 4pm on Thursday, June 30.
Lori Howe is the author of Cloudshade: Poems of the High Plains (Sastrugi Press, 2015), Voices at Twilight: A Poet’s Guide to Wyoming Ghost Towns (Sastrugi Press, 2016), and Stories from Earth: Millennials, Literature, and Teaching Writing that Matters.
Her poems, short fiction, and nonfiction appear in numerous journals, anthologies, and books such as The Meadow, Pilgrimage, Northern Lights, Red Hook, Open Window Review, Frontiers Magazine, and the Owen Wister Review. She holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in English and Spanish, as well as an M.F.A. in poetry.
Visit Lori Howe’s author website at: https://lorihoweauthor.com/