KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Oregon author Rick Steber will hold a book signing event from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 23, at the Klamath County Museum, 1451 Main Street in Klamath Falls.
Steber’s newest book is titled “Out Killing Indians,” a novel narrated by a man born of an Indian father and a White mother who returns home to a reservation after roaming across the country for a couple of decades.
The man discovers his great-grandfather was a renegade chief who fought to his death against the federal troops and the encroachment of the White race in the late 1800s. This revelation inspires him to embrace his Indian heritage and to acknowledge the genocide of his people.
Steber, a native of Bonanza who lives near Prineville, has more than 40 titles under his belt, and more than two million books in print. He has won many national and international awards, five of his books have been optioned for movies and he is the only Oregon author to have been presented with the prestigious Western Writers of America Spur Award – Best Western Novel.
He describes himself as an observer of the evolving American West who articulates these changes in prose that is boldly descriptive, invigorating and spectacularly creative.
For more information call the Klamath County Museum at (541) 882-1000.
Rick wrote Three Little Birds. It is a story about my husband, Me, and our Goose, Tootie.
A story of Hope. Donna and George
My husband’s family were early settlers to eastern and central Oregon.First Indian agent for WarmsSpring. One aunt first cousin to Robert E Lee. Founded 98 Ranch above rim rocks in Powell Butte. It was stage stop to Prineville with artesian wells. Logan Valley and Logan Butte… I have lots of old stories but not much recorded and would like to share before I am gone (75) and kids not interested. Would love to have a way to contact Rick !