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Jessica Schueller of Gonzaga Preparatory School places third for poem in the high school division in the Spokane Community Observance of the Holocaust’s annual Eva Lassman Memorial Writing and Art Contests
Calvin Whybrew of Central Valley High School takes second place for his essay, “Lessons from the Holocaust,” in the high school division of the Spokane Community Observance of the Holocaust’s annual Eva Lassman Memorial Writing and Art Contests
The Spokane Community Observance of the Holocaust has announced the top three selections in the high school division of the 13th annual Eva Lassman Memorial Writing and Art Contests. The contest theme is “Speaking Up for ‘the Other’.”
Charlotte O’Donoghue of Chase Middle School took second place in the middle school essay portion of the Spokane Community Observance of the Holocaust’s 2019 Eva Lassman Memorial Art And Essay Contests.
Sydney Johnston of Salk Middle School has won Spokane Community Observance of the Holocaust’s 13th annual Eva Lassman Memorial art contest for middle school
Emmalee Beck has won the Spokane Community Observance of the Holocaust’s annual Eva Lassman Memorial writing contest for middle school.
From the depths of hell people who are diverse hope – hope that one day they will be noticed by the “normal,” Tasyn Oosting of Salk Middle School writes.
The meaning behind this piece is providing hope by standing strong together, writes Arach Thang of Salk Middle School
The Holocaust was a terrible event in history ,and we need to prevent it from happening again, Summer Corbett of Chase Middle School writes. Corbett earned third place in the middle division for her essay in the Spokane Community Observance of the Holocaust’s 13th annual Eva Lassman Memorial Writing and Art Contests.
Get Lit!, Spokane’s springtime literary festival (April 22-28), will feature several events focusing on outdoor or environmental writing.
Outdoor writing contest: After it Stops Raining
Outdoor writing contest: Hunting for humility
Outdoor writing contest: My Native Land
A story by Jaylisse Quinto a sophomore at the Salish School of Spokane, has been judged the best of 96 entries to win The Spokesman-Review’s 2018 Outdoor Writing Contest for high school students.
Outdoor writing contest: A Journey of Pain Leads to Joy
The 13th annual Eva Lassman Memorial Writing Contest in observance of the Holocaust is now underway and is open to local high school and middle school students.
NEW YORK – Robert Caro’s next book isn’t his fifth and final volume on Lyndon Johnson or like anything he has done before. “Working: Researching, Interviewing, Writing,” to be published by Alfred A. Knopf in April, combines personal reflections and professional guidance as Caro looks back on his singular history as a writer and reporter. The book includes previous lectures and interviews, but also new material. In the introduction, the 83-year-old Caro writes that the 240-page “Working” is not a “full-length memoir,” which he still hopes to write, but a more informal gathering of “thoughts” and “experiences” behind such prize-winning books as his Johnson biography “Master of the Senate” and his classic book on municipal builder Robert Moses, “The Power Broker.”
Are you a high school student with an itch to write about the great outdoors? Then enter The Spokesman-Review’s yearly outdoor writing contest.
The creative writing class is the first partnership between the Idaho State Correctional Center and College of Southern Idaho.
Garrison Keillor described several sexually suggestive emails he exchanged with a former researcher who accused him of sexual misconduct as “romantic writing” that never resulted in a physical relationship, and the radio host rejected the idea that because he was her boss – and the driving force of a hugely popular radio program – it could be sexual harassment.