Where to Stay
Get Lit! Festival authors will be staying at both the historic Montvale Hotel and Ruby 2, located in the heart of downtown Spokane and within walking distance of many festival venues. Stay where luxury, accommodation, and accessibility collide.
See below for special offers at our additional partner hotels in Spokane!
Best Western Plus
$95.00 Sunday-Thursday and $129.00 on the Friday and Saturday. Request “GET LIT” rate at booking.
33 W. Spokane Falls Blvd.
Northern Quest Resort
Rates vary by date and room type; $129-$169
Reservations: 1-877-871-6772. Please use booking number “18494” for the Get Lit! Group Rate. A deposit of one night’s room rental plus applicable fees and taxes are required to confirm a reservation. Cash, Check or Credit Card is acceptable for pre-payment. Cancellations prior to 72 hours before arrival are required for a refund or credit for future stay.
$99/night festival rate! When booking simply mention “Get Lit” for the special rate.
Sparkling, all-new accommodations that combine elegance and comfort in perfect measure. The newly built Wingate by Wyndham hotel offers a prime location that is enhanced by its stylishly appointed accommodations and a host of state-of-the-art amenities.
2726 S. Flint Road, Spokane, Washington, 99224
Get Lit! Festival Venues
|Chase Gallery at Spokane City Hall
|Hagan Foundation Center for the Humanities at SCC
|Spokane Falls Community College
|Lair Auditorium, Spokane Community College
|The Woman’s Club
|Red Lion Hotel at the Park
|Spokane Convention Center
|Peacock Room, Davenport Hotel
Frequently asked questions:
Is Get Lit! part of EWU? What does that mean?
Eastern Washington University provides Get Lit! with office space, computers, and the salary & benefits for one-full time staff position (Get Lit! director). We are grateful to the College of Arts, Letters, and Education (CALE) for that support. Beyond those crucial contributions, which have sustained the organization over the years, Get Lit! does not receive an allocated budget from the university for any programming, marketing, or supplies. All of our programs, in addition to overhead costs such as phones, copies, and office supplies are paid for through grants, sponsorships, and individual donors sought out by the Get Lit! director, as well as festival ticket sales.
How can I participate as a festival author in the next Get Lit!?
The Get Lit! Festival is pleased to feature authors who live and write in the greater Northwest area. If you are a published poet, fiction, or nonfiction author who resides in Washington, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Northern California, or southwestern Canada and have experience running writers’ workshops and/or making formal presentations, please submit the following to our author or event Submittable page in the summer/early fall preceding the festival you are applying for:
- contact information, including your website
- a list of your publications according to genre (include material published in magazines or literary journals)
- any prizes or awards you have received
- your teaching experience
- workshop ideas
By providing this basic information, you alert us to your interest in the Get Lit! Festival while providing a broad range of credentials. Each year, we choose our festival authors with the intention of raising community awareness of and support for the extensive literary talent and resources in the region. If you have any questions about this process you can contact Kate Peterson, interim Get Lit! director, at email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you!