The Spokesman-Review's community book club and forum features best-selling authors, innovators and newsmakers. We invite readers to join us for evenings of exploration, adventure and conversation.
Jan. 16: Author Chris Crutcher discusses writing fiction for young adults and his decades as a community therapist in Spokane. His latest book is "Loser's Bracket." In the past year, Crutcher has counseled students who survived school shootings, first at Freeman High School and then at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High in Florida. Get tickets.
Feb. 12: Author Pam Houston talks about "Deep Creek." The book is set on her 120-acre homestead high in the Colorado Rockies, where she explores what it means to care for a piece of land and the creatures on it. Houston, an English professor at the University of California-Davis, also is the author of "Cowboys are My Weakness" and "Contents May Have Shifted." Get tickets.
March 13: Sharma Shields in conversation with Nancy Pearl. Shields is a Washington State Book Award winner and author of "The Cassandra," a novel set at the Hanford nuclear plant. Pearl is a best-selling author, NPR commentator and the only librarian with her own action figure. Proceeds from this event will benefit Friends of the Spokane County Library. Tickets are coming soon.
Tue., Dec. 11, 2018
Wed., Dec. 5, 2018
Thu., Nov. 29, 2018
Mon., Nov. 5, 2018