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Northwest Passages Book Club - Jennifer Longo

May 18, 2021, 7 p.m.

Virtual Northwest Passage Forum - Myles Kennedy

May 19, 2021, 5:30 p.m.

Northwest Passages Book Club - Kate Lebo

June 8, 2021, 7 p.m.

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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 >  Books

Family Fun: Jennifer Longo offers readers glimpse of life for teen in foster care

One of the things that Jennifer Longo wants you to know about kids in foster care is it's not their fault. They're not bad kids; it's the adults around them who've failed. Another thing: You should listen to them.
A&E >  Books

Jennifer Longo fosters sense of home in YA novel ‘What I Carry’

In Jennifer Longo’s “What I Carry,” Muiriel (yes, like John Muir, the naturalist) is an expert at packing. After 17 years and 20 placements, she is ready to leave the foster system, no strings attached.
A&E >  Entertainment

‘My roots are deep here’: South Hill rocker Myles Kennedy releases second solo album ‘The Ides of March’

UPDATED: Fri., May 14, 2021

South Hill's Myles Kennedy chats about his new solo album, "The Ides of March." The singer-songwriter, who also fronts Alter Bridge, discusses what it was like to spend the majority of his time in Spokane last year, as well.
A&E >  Books

Maggie Shipstead’s ‘Great Circle’ intertwines lives of female pilot, Hollywood actress 70 years apart

Marian Graves is a girl who wants to be a pilot in the early 20th century, a time when women couldn’t even vote much less work in paying jobs where they defied gravity and risked crashing into mountains.
A&E >  Books

‘Support in unlikely places’: Spokane born and raised author Eileen Garvin discusses the novel bringing her national acclaim

UPDATED: Wed., May 5, 2021

For Eileen Garvin, “The Music of Bees” was the ultimate distraction from COVID-19 during the first weeks of staying home for the pandemic. A year later, the book had her beamed across televisions in America.
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