Spark is Humanities Washington’s twice-yearly print magazine featuring interviews with authors and cultural experts, short fiction, poetry, original essays, and information on humanities activities around the state. Spark is also distributed to numerous cultural organizations and venues across Washington. Subscribe to the print issue for free here, or you can view digital copies here.
Cabin Fever Kids is a digital book featuring fun and fascinating questions based on children’s literature, designed for parents and teachers looking to get kids to think more deeply about life’s big issues. The project began as a response to COVID-19 and the resulting school closures, with the aim of helping with home learning or even bedtime reading. The book contains links to a reading of a beloved children’s book, along with open-ended questions about the story for children to discuss—questions rooted in philosophy, critical thinking, sociology, psychology, and other disciplines.
Watch long-form discussions with some of Washington State’s most fascinating authors and scholars. Topics cover everything from hip-hop to the sociology of clutter, and include both one-on-one conversations and larger panel discussions. Check out our YouTube channel for more.