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Jamie Ford’s latest novel, ‘Love and Other Consolation Prizes,’ sets an immigration tale against the backdrop of Seattle’s two world’s fairs

The Montana author will read at Auntie’s Bookstore on Thursday. It’s his third novel, following “Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet” and “Songs of Willow Frost.”

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: Ford lands at Auntie’s for reading

It’s what aspiring novelists dream of: Their first book finds a publisher, is released to acclaim and sells a ton of copies. That is Jamie Ford’s story. His debut novel, …

Book Notes: Novelist Ford visits Auntie’s on Sept. 11

Literature fans, mark your calendars. Jamie Ford, whose 2009 debut novel “Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet” was a New York Times best-seller, Montana Book Award winner and …

Book Notes: Get Lit! writing workshops set

Do you want to work on your poetry? Your nonfiction? Your playwriting? The Get Lit! writing workshops have been announced for Spokane’s premier literary festival on April 13-17.