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A courtroom drama pitting a young Lakota warrior against the US Army in Sioux Falls, SD, the 1891 Divorce Capital of America. Based upon actual events.

My novel is now available at amazon.com

A coming of age story set in the Badlands of South Dakota in 1904.

My Novels are available at your favorite bookstore, online at Amazon / BN and other online vendors or directly from me if you’d like a signed copy.  Just send me an email with your shipping address and I’ll send you an invoice  for the cover price and shipping cost.





April 20 – I was honored to read at the B&N Harmar in Roseville with four very talented poets in the Bridges Series.


March 9- I had a great time presenting at Deadwood History at their Preservation Thursday meeting.  There were 65 people in attendance. (The PPT Deck is available at the end of the “Further Reading” Page.)

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The July/August Issue of South Dakota Magazine includes a review of my second novel, Murder Trial of the Last Lakota Warrior (page 78). I’m very excited about the review and honored to be included in this wonderful publication. South Dakota Magazine can be purchased at bookstores and other outlets throughout South Dakota and at http://southdakotamagazine.com.

January 2016 Young Writer’s Conference in Marshall MN.

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November 4, 2015 – I  appeared at the South Dakota State University Hilton Briggs Library presenting my Historical Fiction Program. IMG_0535

October 22, 2015 – I presented at the Marshall 15 Writers Conference at Southwest Minnesota State University.

August 27, 2015 – I presented my Lakota Leaders presentation at the Lakota Conference at the South Dakota State Penitentiary.  They were very gracious and I enjoyed giving the presentation.

January 5, 2015 was a slow news day in South Dakota as my talk was the SD News in USA Today  USA today Jan 5

Click here to hear my interview on SD Public Radio…http://listen.sdpb.org/post/dakota-midday-historical-fiction-writer-steve-linstrom