|Dark Skies and the West Custer County Library present local award-winning author, Courtney Miller. Miller will give a free talk on “Native American Skies” at the Library Community Room on Saturday, Jan. 13, at 3 p.m.
Miller will share his passion for astronomy and Native American cultures by relating how the Native Americans viewed the night sky and other cosmic events. “The night sky was their HD, 3D, big screen TV…” Courtney says.
Miller has written more than 200 articles for the online magazine, Native American Antiquity, and is considered an expert on Native American cultures. He is the author of a 7 book series, The Cherokee Chronicles, which has been praised by the Native American community.
When not writing, Miller volunteers as a Star Guide at the Smokey Jack Observatory in Westcliffe. Courtney will sign books following the presentation. His new mystery series, “The White Feather Mysteries,” set in the modern day Wet Mountain Valley will be available for purchase.
For more information on these free library events, please contact Cathy McCarthy at 719/783-9138.