Funds raised at Seattle event will support statewide programs that spark conversation and critical thinking.
The Seattle superlibrarian and Bedtime Stories emcee tells us what she’s reading at the moment and talks about her Book Lust series.
The Bedtime Stories Seattle author discusses the difference between thrillers and mysteries, the Northwest setting for many thrillers and more.
This longtime Bedtime Stories author discusses his writing method, experience as a cartoonist and what to expect from his story at this year’s gala in Seattle.
Northwest authors premiere original works Friday (Oct. 12) at Humanities Washington’s annual fundraising gala. Also this week: Grant-funded events in Spokane connect community members and an Arts Crush presentation on Native Americans in film.
The executive director of Hedgebrook writers retreat talks about the messages within her plays and balancing being a playwright and an organizer.
Funds from the event to fund Humanities Washington’s work sparking conversation and critical thinking across the state.
Cramer tells the real stories of the Oregon Trail through folk songs. A presentation on human trafficking, a writing conference and a theater performance add to this week’s schedule of events.
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.