The critically acclaimed author talks with Spark magazine about his latest, We Live In Water, much of which was inspired by Walter’s life in Spokane and includes a zombie-themed story. Walter is one of the featured authors at Humanities Washington’s Bedtime Stories Spokane this fall.
Join Humanities Washington for our 15th annual Bedtime Stories Seattle and second annual Bedtime Stories Spokane this fall.
Executive Director Julie Ziegler previews this fall’s activities: the 15th anniversary of the Bedtime Stories literary gala, the 40th anniversary of Humanities Washington and a special honor for a dear friend.
Funds from the event to fund Humanities Washington’s work sparking conversation and critical thinking across the state.
Bedtime Stories Spokane author Kim Barnes talks about how her latest novel, set in Saudi Arabia in the 1960s, deals with issues of politics, gender and alienation.
Acclaimed Northwest authors Kim Barnes, Jim Lynch, Shann Ray and Nance Van Winckel, with emcee Jess Walter, present new short stories at Humanities Washington’s inaugural Bedtime Stories Spokane event Sept. 28.
The Spokane-area artist talks about her visual poetry and her poetic visuals, disoriented narrators and fear of abstractions. Van Winckel is one of several Northwest writers unveiling new works at Bedtime Stories Spokane Sept. 28.
Upcoming literary events in Seattle and Spokane invite acclaimed Northwest authors to debut new stories – from the fabulous to the gritty. The galas raise crucial funds for Humanities Washington’s work throughout the state.
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!
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.