Positively VoiceOver! Tonight at nYne Bar

by Andrew Moreno It’s that time of the month again! That’s right, VoiceOver, the MFA program at EWU’s student-run reading series is back at nYne Bar & Bistro tonight, 6-8 pm, and it looks like it’s gonna be another good one. EWU MFA students Derek Annis,...

Temple Grandin comes to Whitworth!

by Alex Baker “I am different, not less.” – Temple Grandin Dr. Temple Grandin has proven this quote again and again, using her influence and wit to become one of the most well-known and accomplished adults with autism in the world. Unable to speak until she was three,...

Journalist Sam Quinones comes to EWU

by Andrew Moreno Sam Quinones, LA Times Journalist and author of three acclaimed books of nonfiction, will be reading and signing books at Showalter Auditorium on the EWU Cheney campus this Thursday (2/11) from 3-5 pm. to close the EWU Colloquium on Mexico. The San...

2016 Poetry Out Loud Regional Finals are in the Books!

by Tony Payne The Bartlett was standing-room-only Wednesday night, as over a hundred people gathered to watch eleven students from high schools around eastern Washington compete in this year’s Poetry Out Loud Regional Competition. The finalists from the evening,...

Lidia Yuknavitch comes to Auntie’s!

by Andrew Moreno Portland author Lidia Yuknavitch— award-winning memoirist, novelist, editor, short-story writer, critic and more— will be visiting Spokane and reading at Auntie’s Bookstore on February 26th at 7:30. You should go. I’m going. But enough about me. In an...

“Marry a Monster” this Valentine’s Day!

by Andrew Moreno Lilac City Fairy Tales is back! The event returns to the Bing Crosby Theater this Valentine’s Day, Sunday, February 14. The reading, which features eleven award-winning local writers and two musicians, is a fundraiser for INK Art Space, a Spokane area...
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