Words Out West is a literary podcast spotlighting both established and emerging writers from Montana and the western United States, along with their poems, stories, songs, radio plays and other forms of the spoken word.
Drinking and Addiction
In this episode, writers David E. Thomas, Sheryl Noethe and Mark Gibbons are talking about booze, and the effect it has from the view of a bus seat, a bar stool, and a lawn chair.
This episode contains some adult language and themes, which may be unsuitable for some listeners. Listener discretion is advised.
Pathways to Self-Discovery
In this episode, writers Chris Sand, Freya Jones and Robert Lee are on the path to self-discovery. While on their journey, they run into things like girl traps, peacocks and rattlesnake juice.
Puzzles of Human Relationships
Hear from three writers who have put together puzzles—all made up from the pieces of human relationships. One will tally the cost of family, another the toll of an affair, and the other ignites romance.
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Welcome to Words Out West, a podcast where we hear voices from the literary landscape of Big Sky Country and beyond.
We spotlight both established and emerging writers of the contemporary West.
A rapping cowboy, a river guiding novelist and a bus-riding Poet Laureate are just a few of the folks we’ll hear from on Words Out West