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It's a Book Club, Right?

Reading is a cornerstone of conversation, and we like to talk at The Spokesman-Review. What newspaper doesn’t like a good story? What we know here is that good stories are everywhere. The newspaper is one place to share them – but Northwest Passages Book Club created another space to share them in our community.

Northwest Passages Book Club can take you to any number of places all without leaving downtown Spokane. You are invited to come to one of our events and see what we mean!

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A&E >  Art

Now seeking submissions for Black History Month symposium Feb. 16

The Northwest Passages Book Club in February will host a symposium to celebrate art created by high school students in honor of Black History Month. The book club, in collaboration with the Black Lens, is accepting Black art in all mediums that examines, expands and celebrates the Black experience.
A&E >  Books

Ferris High teacher who helps refugee students shares insights from ‘the best job ever’ at NWP Book Club

UPDATED: Wed., Nov. 10, 2021

Most of Victorya Rouse’s students have endured hardships that many American-born students could not comprehend. Bosnian students have smiled at Rouse and said, “’Hey, no one’s shooting at me,’” Rouse said. For almost 30 years, Rouse has taught English at Ferris High School to teenage immigrants.
News >  Pacific NW

Sundee Frazier tells Northwest Passages audience she hopes to spur race-relations dialogue

UPDATED: Wed., Oct. 20, 2021

Sundee Frazier’s was the first Black family to move onto Empire Avenue in Spokane in the 1940s. The award-winning author said she hopes her new historical fiction book, “Mighty Inside,” which is powered by her family’s Spokane stories, helps move the race-relations dialogue.
A&E >  Books

‘Mighty Inside’ features brilliant story, great imagery

In the past couple years, there has been a special focus on multicultural and anti-racism literature. Sundee Frazier brings us an incredible novel that you can add to your collection.
A&E >  Books

Northwest Passages Book Club: Spokane mountaineer Chris Kopcyznski describes his drive to climb world’s tallest peaks

UPDATED: Wed., Oct. 13, 2021

Chris Kopczynski – a mountaineer who has braved the highest peaks on all seven continents over the course of his life – said he was “scared to death” when he printed the first 50 copies of his memoir. “I thought they would sit down in the garage,” he said. They didn’t.
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