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Writer and Artist

Bismarck State College


Writer and Artist


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Bismarck State College || News Releases

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Writer/artist Jonathan Twingley visits Oct. 26 | BSC hosts outreach event for military members | Campus Read events underway at BSC | Alumni featured in art exhibit
Bismarck State College || News Releases Writer/artist Jonathan Twingley visits Oct. 26 Writer/artist Jonathan Twingley visits Oct. 26 Jonathan Twingley returns to his native Bismarck Monday, Oct. 26, to talk about his debut book and career as an illustrator in New York City. He speaks about "The Badlands Saloon" at 7:30 p.m. in the National Energy Center of Excellence, Room 304 at Bismarck State College. The event includes a book signing after the presentation. Twingley's appearance is part of the BSC Visiting Writers Series and includes presentations in BSC English and visual art classes. Published by Scribner, "The Badlands Saloon" is an illustrated novel about a young man's restless and life-changing summer in a small North Dakota tourist town. Twingley creates this semi-autobiographical story by casting Oliver Clay as a young art student on leave from his studies. Twingley moved to New York City in 1996 after graduating from Minnesota State University-Moorhead. He has an MFA in illustration from the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan. His work appears regularly in many national publications, including the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Atlantic Monthly and New Republic, among others.


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Writer/artist Jonathan Twingley visits Oct. 26
Oct 13 2009 12:00AM Jonathan Twingley returns to his native Bismarck Monday, Oct. 26, to talk about his debut book and career as an illustrator in New York City. He speaks about "The Badlands Saloon" at 7:30 p.m. in the National Energy Center of Excellence, Room 304 at


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The first is Jonathan Twingley, an artist I went to school with over 12 years ago.
He's a great artist now, and he had a very unique style, even then. What always sticks out, though, was his Pope phase. For several months, it seemed, every drawing or painting he brought into critique was some kind of caricature of the Pope. It used to draw the ire of many in the room, particularly the day he brought in a pen and ink drawing of the Pope sitting on a small toilet with the title "Pontificating" or something like that.


Stone Ridge Library Newsletter

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Badlands Saloon by American writer/illustrator Jonathan Twingley is also a noteworthy debut.
It can be argued the artwork is what makes the novel exceptional, but Twingley is a very promising writer as well.


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Jonathan Harper, left, and James O'Rourke measure a painting by artist Jonathan Twingley on Wednesday while setting up an Abraham Lincoln exhibit at the Rourke Museum in Moorhead. (David Samson/The Forum)
Jonathan Harper, left, and James O'Rourke measure a painting by artist Jonathan Twingley on Wednesday while setting up an Abraham Lincoln exhibit at the Rourke Museum in Moorhead. (David Samson/The Forum) The works vary from portraits by contemporary illustrator Jonathan Twingley, to Civil War era artifacts.


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