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In the Footsteps of Norman Maclean Festival July 10-13 in Seeley Lake

June 10, 2015View for printing

There is a magic to Montana, and that sense of magic was captured exquisitely on the written page by native son Norman Maclean. Best known for his novella A River Runs Through It, Maclean is also lauded for his short stories and Young Men and Fire, his hard-headed investigation into the tragic Mann Gulch fire of 1949.

To honor and celebrate the heritage of Maclean, Alpine Artisans, a 23-year old Seeley Lake arts organization, is hosting the inaugural "In the Footsteps of Norman Maclean Festival" July 10-13. The festival will highlight those who remember Maclean's life in Seeley Lake, those who worked with him on his book, Young Men and Fire, and writers and scholars who have reviewed, analyzed and appreciate Maclean's works.

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