Our next Think & Drink tackles Fire and Forests: From Smokey Bear to Taylor Bridge, in Yakima Wednesday (Sept. 19). Plus, the LiTFUSE poetry workshop, the return of Speakers Bureau presentations, the inaugural 2012 Bedtime Stories Spokane and more!
Partnership with Theatre Puget Sound and the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center offers conversation featuring film historian Lance Rhoades Oct. 9.
The Olympia author talks with Humanities Washington about how his background as a journalist affects his writing and keeps it grounded in the Pacific Northwest.
Congressman’s career-spanning support of the humanities and arts to be celebrated at award reception in Olympia Sept. 25.
Plus: Think & Drink conversation in Yakima Sept. 19 looks at forest fires and fire management, and Humanities Washington celebrates its first Speakers Bureau presentation of 2012-14.
The Gonzaga University professor and Bedtime Stories Spokane author talks with Humanities Washington about his latest book, pre-broken characters and why men rip their shirts off before a fight.
Humanities Washington presents Dirty Business: A History of Negative Campaigning, a conversation at Naked City Brewery on Wednesday, Sept. 26.
The emcee for Humanities Washington’s upcoming Bedtime Stories Spokane talks about his essay “Statistical Abstract for My Home of Spokane, Washington” and the themes of his latest novel, Beautiful Ruins.
Readings from Washington State poets laureate – past and present – are also on the schedule, with readings from both Sam Green and Kathleen Flenniken.
Join Humanities Washington at Yakima’s Gilbert Cellars for a Sept. 19 conversation about fire and fire management with photographer John Marshall and research ecologist Paul Hessburg.