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Dinnison celebrates release of first novel

In “You and Me and Him,” Spokane writer Kris Dinnison tells the story of two high school outsiders – the overweight music geek and her gay BFF – who fall …


Booknotes: Oakes’ first novel finds inspiration in fairy tales

Minnow Bly has lived with the Kevinians since she was 5 years old. When she’s 17, the Montana cult goes up in flames, having taken everything from her, including her …


Ari Kelman brings history to SFCC, EWU

The noted American historian Ari Kelman will be in town this week talking about his latest book, “A Misplaced Massacre: Struggling Over the Memory of Sand Creek.” Kelman is a …


Idaho writers have been on a roll this year

So it’s been a pretty good 12 months for Idaho writers. Anthony Doerr, of Boise, won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction late last month for his novel “All the Light …


Vestal to read March 26 at CdA’s Well-Read Moose

It’s been not-quite a year since the Well-Read Moose opened in Coeur d’Alene’s Riverstone neighborhood. And now, the independent bookseller is ramping up for a series of author events.


Walter named Whitworth’s writer-in-residence

Spokane novelist Jess Walter has been named the Spring 2015 writer-in-residence at Whitworth University. As part of the program, the National Book Award finalist and New York Times best-selling author …


Book Notes: Beacon Hill Reading Series features Welcker

When Ellen Welcker isn’t helping students at Eastern Washington University’s Writers Center, she’s writing poetry and organizing readings of poetry – sometimes in her own living room. Welcker, who has …


Book Notes: Seattle restaurateur, noted food blogger to read at Auntie’s

Molly Wizenberg, the Seattle restaurateur and writer behind the award-winning Orangette food blog, will be in Spokane next week reading from her latest book, “Delancey: A Man, a Woman, a …


Book Notes: Alexis M. Smith to read at Auntie’s

Portland novelist Alexis M. Smith will read at Auntie’s Bookstore on Friday in a program sponsored by the EWU Visiting Author Series and Get Lit. Smith will read from her …


Book Notes: Linda Hogan next up in GU Writers Series

Linda Hogan, the Chickasaw poet, novelist, storyteller and playwright, is coming to Spokane this week as part of the Gonzaga University Visiting Writers Series. Hogan will speak at 7:30 p.m. …