In the News
"Washington poet laureate to lead 'Hike and Write' in Port Angeles on Saturday (and how you can sign up)"
From Peninsula Daily News.
KUOW on Humanities Washington's Think & Drink event on geoengineering and climate change.
From the Union-Bulletin.
Washington Poet Laureate Elizabeth Austen's interview with City Arts.
The Clipper on geek feminist Jennifer Stuller.
"Using their Powers for Good: How Geektivists, Geek Grrls and Gaymers are creating more inclusive communities"
From The Daily World
South Whidbey Record on Humanities Washington event "Using Their Powers for Good: Geektivists, Geek Grrls, and Gaymers"
"Art imitates life for children’s books author: Caldecott Medal winner draws a crowd to Sunnyside Library"
Daily Sun News covering Yuyi Morales' children's books.
Herald Net on Humanities Washington event "Religion vs. Human Rights: Allies or Enemies?"
The Columbian on Humanities Washington event "Ripe for the Telling: Surprising Stories of Washington's Fruit."
Inlander on Humanities Washington's Think & Drink event "Writing in the Margins: Race in Literature"
The Huffington Post on Washington State joining the Association of American Colleges and University's (AAC&U) signature program for liberal education.
Washington State Poet Laureate Elizabeth Austen's editorial featured in The Seattle Times.
Ellensburg's The Daily Record on Speakers Bureau presenter Julia Harrison's talk, "Ripe for the Telling: Surprising Stories of Washington Fruit."
Gonzaga University News reports on Tod Marshall receiving the 2015 Humanities Washington award.
From Whidbey Life Magazine
The Spokesman-Review's interview with Spokane poet Tod Marshall.
From the Inlander
The Wahkiakum County Eagle's interview with Washington State Poet Laureate Elizabeth Austen
The Union-Bulletin covers Yakima-based musician and writer Yesenia Hunter's presentation on 'fandango.'
From the Edmonds Beacon
The Auburn Reporter announces Washington State Poet Laureate Elizabeth Austen's readings program taking place in Auburn, WA.
An editorial in The Seattle Times by Speakers Bureau presenter Alex Alben.
The Daily Sun News announces Washington State Poet Laureate Elizabeth Austen's poetry workshops.
Methow Valley News Online announces Washington State Poet Laureate Elizabeth Austen coming to Twisp for a poetry reading.
Gateline.com announces Washington State Poet Laureate Elizabeth Austen's poetry reading.
The Tri-City Herald covers several conversation series collaborating with Humanities Washington.
From The News Tribune
The Bellingham Herald covers Humanities Washington's presentation by T. Andrew Wahl on comic book heroes.
From the Bainbridge Island Review
KUOW covers poem readings from former Redmond Poet Laureate Jeannine Hall Gailey and Washington Poet Laureate Elizabeth Austen.
The Spokesman-Review announces a Think & Drink event
From The Bellingham Herald
KUOW's interview with Washington State Poet Laureate Elizabeth Austen
KUOW on Charlie Hebdo Think & Drink event
The Wahkiakum County Eagle announces a poetry reading and discussion by Washington State Poet Laureate Elizabeth Austen.
From the Tri-City Herald
Bainbridge Island Review invites the public for a poetry reading at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art.
The Spokesman-Review covers Humanities Washington's Think & Drink event on racism in films.
The Inlander on Spokane's Charlie Hebdo Think & Drink event
From the Spokane Spokesman-Review
"A Political Cartoonist and an Islam Expert Walk Into a Bar and Talk about Charlie Hebdo" - from The Stranger
The Stranger's Slog covers Humanities Washington's Think & Drink in response to Charlie Hebdo.
An interview with Poet Laureate Elizabeth Austen
Washington State Poet Laureate and KUOW host Elizabeth Austen interviewed Tod Marshall, sharing a poem he wrote in honor of Humanities Washington's Bedtime Stories Fundraiser, with listeners.
Yakima Magazine writer Robin Salts Beckett talks with 2015-2016 Humanities Washington Speakers Bureau presenter Yesenia Hunter, about how she connects community through art.
South Whidbey Record reporter Kate Daniel talks with Washington State Poet Laureate Elizabeth Austen about the poetry reading and workshop events she will lead in Langley this week.
Lake Chelan Mirror Editor Gary Begin interviewed Washington State Poet Laureate Elizabeth Austen during a recent appearance in Chelan.
Social worker turned novelist (and 2015-2016 Speakers Bureau presenter) Dorothy Van Soest spoke with contributing writer Joe Martin of Real Change about how she uses fiction to shine a light on the death penalty in America.
The Methow Valley News previews “BURN: Stories of the Fire,” a play about the Carlton Complex fires of 2014.
Yakima Think & Drink guest speakers and educators Maria Cuevas and Dr. Joy Howard outline what is needed to ensure equal access to education by all students.
Bamsmackpow.com reviews Sequential Reaction: A History of the American Comic Book, by 2015-2016 Speakers Bureau Presenter Andrew Wahl.
Jennifer K. Stuller of Humanities Washington's 2015-2016 Speakers Bureau talks with KUOW's Marcie Sillman about Gamergate, and what it reveals about our culture.
The International Examiner covers Humanities Washington's recent Think & Drink event, 'Loud and Proud: Asian Americans and Civil Rights."
Guest Columnist Dr. Daudi Abe writes about the cultural transition and fluidity of hip-hop. Dr. Abe is a Seattle College Professor who was a featured speaker in September 2014 for two Humanities Washington Think & Drink events exploring the topic of race in music.
The Seattle Times provides advance coverage for 2014 Humanities Washington Award recipients, historian Lorraine McConaghy of Seattle and humanities civic leader Liz Burroughs of Spokane.
UW Professors Lance Rhoades and Shawn Wong were highlighted in an article about Humanities Washington's 2015-2016 Speakers Bureau Roster.
Crosscut.com Journalist Valerie Easton talks with Washington Poet Laureate Elizabeth Austen about poetry, and her new role.
The Seattle Times profiles Washington State Poet Laureate Elizabeth Austen.
Think & Drink panelist and Speakers Bureau presenter Claudia Rowe writes about her experience at the Think & Drink "On Different Tracks: Race, Class and Education" on the Seattle Times blog. Humanities Washington Photography Intern Felim So's image accompanies the article.
The West Seattle Herald covers the appearances of Washington State Poet Laureate Elizabeth Austen and author Harold Taw.
The Bellingham Herald previews author Janet Oakley's book, "Timber Rose."
Seattle Magazine profiles new Washington State Poet Laureate Elizabeth Austen. This also appeared in the print edition.
Seattle Repertory Theater writes about Think & Drink on their blog.
The WA Secretary of State Blogs covers the reading by new Washington State Poet Laureate Elizabeth Austen.
Crosscut's Florangela Davis interviews Elizabeth Austen.
The News Tribune (Tacoma) on Speakers Bureau's Antonio Davidson-Gomez.
KUOW's Steve Scher interviews Elizabeth Austen on being the new Washington State Poet Laureate
Speakers Bureau's Tom Keogh writes about the many incarnations of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson for Humanities magazine.
Speakers Bureau's Jeanne Kohl-Welles on KUOW's The Conversation.
KUOW journalist Ross Reynolds interviews Speakers Bureau presenter Eva Abram.
Speakers Bureau's Lorraine McConaghy talks Tukwila's Civil War history.
The Bremerton Patriot reports on Kathleen Flenniken's visit to Fairview Junior High.
Executive Director Julie Ziegler is interviewed in Humanities Magazine.
The Washington Beer Blog opines about Humanities Washington's Think & Drink program.
Humanities Washington, the Smithsonian and Central Washington University team on Journey Stories exhibit in Ellensburg.
The Seattle Times' Mary Ann Gwinn interviews 2012-14 Washington state poet laureate Kathleen Flenniken.
Op-Ed by Julie Ziegler and Michael Zimmerman published in the Spokane Journal of Business.
Publishers Weekly talks to bestselling author Jamie Ford about his new novel – and its origins at Humanities Washington’s annual Bedtime Stories event.
Op-Ed by Julie Ziegler, Alex Zimmerman and Michael Zimmerman is published in the Everett Herald.
The Lake Chelan Mirror interviews author Richard Farr about Robert Falcon Scott's historic Antarctic expeditions.
Speakers Bureau's William Woodward is on KUOW's The Conversation with Ross Reynolds.
Julie Ziegler and Michael Zimmerman's co-written Op-Ed for the Seattle Times.
The Seattle Times interviews Jamie Ford about his latest, Songs of Willow Frost, and Ford mentions Bedtime Stories.
Cowlitz County commissioner Dennis Weber (R) wrote an op-ed in the Longview Daily News in support of funding for the NEH.
The UW Daily's story on Charles Johnson receiving the Humanities Washington Award.
Appleseed Media posts the audio from the Think & Drink in Yakima on Urban Planning.
Whidbey Life Magazine does a retrospective on Flenniken's visit to Whidbey Island.
Adrian Rogers of The Spokesman-Review interviews Bedtime Stories Spokane author Shann Ray in advance of the event about the story he wrote for the gala.
The Inlander's Luke Baumgarten profiles the five Bedtime Stories Spokane authors Jess Walter, Shann Ray, Nance Van Winckel, Kim Barnes and Jim Lynch.
NPR's N3 reporter Anna King talks with Washington State Poet Laureate Kathleen Flenniken about growing up in Richland and her new book "Plume" on June 20, 2012.
Claudia Rowe is interviewed on KUOW's The Conversation about the changing state of journalism.
Jennifer K. Stuller is interviewed on KUOW's The Conversation about female superheroes in pop culture.
Humanities Washington's Think & Drink program in Yakima is profiled as the Yakima Valley Herald explores new programming in wineries.
KUOW's The Conversation with Ross Reynolds interviews Julia Harrison about her Speakers Bureau presentation on the anthropology of sweets.
Humanities Washington addresses the importance of civility in an editorial placement with The Olympian.
KUOW's Ross Reynolds interviews Speakers Bureau presenter Alex Alben on The Conversation about the rise of digital technology and how it creates both connections and alienation.
A profile of Kathleen Flenniken in Seattle Magazine by Dana Standish.
Washington State Poet Laureate Kathleen Flenniken reads at Rhymes With Everett: The Favorite Poem Project
I went to a fascinating panel discussion last night at Renton Library sponsored by Humanities Washington, the Boeing Co., and KCLS.