Dennis Gaub has authored four books, three nonfiction and the fourth a work of historical fiction designed to be a coming-of-age novel targeted at middle school readers. His most recent book, released in December 2022, was "Lindbergh in Montana: An Air Adventurer Leaves a Legacy in the Treasure State." All books are based on topics drawn from Montana history. Gaub, a Montana native who received his journalism degree from Northwestern University, spent 25 years as a reporter and editor for newspapers in Colorado, Michigan, Wyoming, and in Montana, for The Billings Gazette. He retired from the tech industry in 2017 and has since devoted his time to creative writing. He is at work on his fifth book, the life story of Billings-born major league pitching star Dave McNally. Gaub and his wife, Cathie, live in Billings.
What if Billings had become the head of steamboat navigation on the Yellowstone River in the 1870s? If that had happened, Billings might have become a sister city to Fort Benton, Montana’s oldest city and the famed river port on the upper Missouri River. And what if Billings had become a gateway to the newly […]