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.
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.
The acclaimed novelist – and 2012 Bedtime Stories Spokane emcee – sits down with Author magazine for a video interview about the long process of writing his latest novel, which Walter began in 1997.
The Hanford-engineer-turned-poet reflects on her first months as Washington State Poet Laureate and looks ahead to her upcoming goals and events, including a madcap poetry and PowerPoint event July 19.
Bedtime Stories — Humanities Washington’s annual literary gala — returns to Seattle Oct. 12. And, for the first time, Bedtime Stories debuts in Eastern Washington with a Sept. 28 event in Spokane. Both galas offer an illuminating evening of food, wine and words, with several of the Northwest’s most celebrated authors unveiling original short works inspired by the event theme, Red Eye.
Mark your calendars: Bedtime Stories, Humanities Washington’s annual literary gala, returns to Seattle Oct. 12. And, for the first time ever, the evening that’s been called “the region’s premier literary event” will debut in Spokane Sept. 28.