Humanities Washington Executive Director Julie Ziegler talks with Northwest Cable News’ Greg Copeland about our Think & Drink program, including the event in Seattle tonight (9/26).
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.
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.