In this week’s episode of the Jackson Hole Connection, Stephan visits with Kenneth Thomasma. After 12 years of working at a summer camp in Montana, Ken fell in love with the mountains. In 1977, Ken and his wife decided to make them their home and left Michigan to move out to Jackson Hole. Moving out to Jackson gave Ken the time he needed to write his first book which was inspired by the story of Sacajawea’s friend, Naya Nuki.
In this episode, Ken talks about running the Kelly School, leading campaigns, living in Turkey in 1954 and writing historically-inspired young adult fiction and nonfiction.
Connect with Ken by emailing email@example.com or find him in the phone book.
Find Ken’s books at Grandviewpublishing.net
Buy Ken’s first book: Naya Nuki: Shoshoni Girl Who Ran or ask your local bookstore.
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Music in this episode is provided by Luke Taylor. Marketing and editing support by Michael Moeri.