Violence. Or, more specifically, stories of people who have lived through violence.
Katie Curtiss teaches History classes at Sheridan College. She also happens to be a voracious reader. And, though this is probably not just by chance, she happens to be leading a series of book discussions sponsored by the Wyoming Humanities Council.
The first book discussion is February 8th, on the book, “Wild Thorns,”:
If you have ever been one of “Ms. Curtiss',” students, you know she is energetic with an acutely wry humor. However, unlike her classes where she is also known for setting rigorous standards, there are no “prerequisites” for joining these book discussions:
The discussions are free and open to the public and will be held at Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library, February 8th, March 8th, April 8th and May 10th.