In The News:
Listening to the poetry in Yakima
An editorial by Washington State Poet Laureate Tod Marshall on his recent visit to Yakima.
Washington’s poet laureate works to ‘connect poetry’ to different audiences
“He’s no stuffed shirt.” The Yakima Herald on Tod Marshall’s visit to Yakima.
Political cartoonist comes to Kennewick to start conversation
TV station KVEW interviews political cartoonist Milt Priggee and Humanities Washington Program Director Zaki Hamid about the debut of our Think and Drink in the Tri-Cities.
State’s Poet Laureate to make big swing through Lewis County
Interview with Poet Laureate Tod Marshall.
The cultivation of uncertainty
An essay by the Washington State Poet Laureate featured on public radio’s “On Being” blog.
Comics a unique window into America’s past
An article on Speakers Bureau presenter T. Andrew Wahl and his talk, “Superhero America: The Comic Book Character as Historical Lens.”
The juicy history of apples in Washington State
Seattle NPR affiliate interviews Speakers Bureau presenter Julia Harrison.
Can incivility be good for our democracy?
Seattle’s NPR affiliate talks to Speakers Bureau presenter Cornell Clayton.
Deep-fried tarantulas are delicious! Says Seattle’s bug chef
Seattle’s NPR affiliate interviews Speakers Bureau presenter David George Gordon.
One nation, divisible: The polarization of the American electorate
Seattle Think and Drink on KUOW’s Speakers Forum