Author Sonora Jha on the tension between fiction and journalism. “I was able to use the skills I had as a journalist — deep questioning, listening, curiosity — and apply them in gathering pieces of the story.”
A poem by Maya Jewell Zeller.
The author of “Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore” is sticking with paper books over e-readers. “Because I’m a 1970s kid and still associate screens with playing the Atari 2600.”
The National Book Award Winner wants to remind you that the way you write is just as important as what you write about.
“Short stories are where I’m naturally drawn,” says the author of Hola and Goodbye, “and novels are sort of something that happen to me.”
A poem by Spokane’s first poet laureate, Thom Caraway.
Author Sharma Shields on finding meaning in monsters, her upcoming book on Hanford, and being occasionally spooked by her own writing.
Fruits and pies have a cutesy reputation. But beneath their sweetness lies something deeper, says writer and baker Kate Lebo.
The author on the luxury of reading in the daylight, the underappreciated brilliance of “All the King’s Men,” and more.
The unexpected twists of family life are fertile ground for the Seattle author.