3/18/14 & 3/19/14: This week on "Reflections West:" Erin Saldin reflects on the mysterious bond between parent and child. She pairs her thoughts with the classic western novel, Housekeeping, by Marilynne Robinson.
3/11/14 & 3/12/14: This week on "Reflections West:" Robert Stubblefield reflects on the power of the written word to bring immediacy to story-telling. He pairs his thoughts with a passage from a James Welch novel, Fools Crow.
3/4/14 and 3/5/14: This week on "Reflections West:" Tammy Elser reflects on the grand tradition of morning coffee, Monana style, which, though it may lack frills, is loaded with nostalgia. She pairs her thoughts with a poem by Navajo poet Luci Tapahonso.
2/25 and 2/26, 2014: This week on "Reflections West," Philip Burgess reflects on the historical fad of Penny Postcards and how they helped form women’s communities of the past. He pairs his thoughts with the contents of seven such cards written to two homesteading sisters in Montana.