Prairie Public's beloved Dakota Datebook radio series is now in book form!
The students of the University of North Dakota's Writing, Editing, and Publishing program combed the archives and selected 365 of their favorites for this endearing, compelling, and humorous collection. North Dakota's history includes many strange stories of eccentric towns, unforgettable animals, war heroes, crafty criminals, and various colorful characters. Read all about them with this Dakota Datebook.
"When you listen to Dakota Datebook on Prairie Public, you are sometimes so taken with the audio performance that you forget how well these short explorations of North Dakota life are written." — Clay S. Jenkinson, Creator and Host of The Thomas Jefferson Hour
"Elaborating upon events and developments from prehistoric times through the twentieth century, these stories introduce us to characters — unknown, famous, and infamous — who are too prone to disappear within the broad strokes of the state's history. To paraphrase an old advertising slogan, 'Betcha can't read just one!'" — Professor Bethany Andreasen, Minot State University
Dakota Datebook: North Dakota Stories from Prairie Public was edited by Dr. David Haeselin, an instructor in the English Department of The University of North Dakota.
Published by The Digital Press at The University of North Dakota, in collaboration with Prairie Public Broadcasting, Inc.
Soft cover. 425 pages.