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UPDATED: Thu., Aug. 15, 2019

‘There are so many great writers in town’: Summer Stories contributors join readers at Northwest Passages event

Spokane authors got the chance to meet local readers and Spokane readers got a chance to hear from a slate of local writers Wednesday night, during a Northwest Passages Book …

Summer Stories: ‘Oracle,’ by Stephanie Oakes

In this week’s Summer Stories entry, Stephanie Oakes introduces us to Hannah, a woman who faces life on her own terms, even when it all seems predetermined.

Book Notes: Oakes wins Washington Book Award; Get Lit lands Roxane Gay

The state also honors former poet laureate Tod Mashall for his work on the Washington poetry anthology “WA 129.”

Stephanie Oakes, Tod Marshall honored at 2018 Washington State Book Awards

Oakes won for “The Arsonist” and Marshall received a special award for “WA 129.”

UPDATED: Fri., Aug. 10, 2018

Spokane’s Stephanie Oakes a nominee for the Washington State Book Award

Her second novel, “The Arsonist,” will compete in the category of Books for Young Adults (ages 13 and up).

Book club: Take a Road Trip at Summer Stories Night

Northwest Passages hosts an evening of live storytelling with summer tunes, wine and burgers, too. Get tickets.

UPDATED: Thu., July 26, 2018

‘Sacred Lies,’ based on the novel by Spokane’s Stephanie Oakes, makes its debut on Facebook Watch

“Sacred Lies,” a new drama series from Facebook Watch, will drop its first three episodes on Friday at 6 p.m., and Spokane author Stephanie Oakes couldn’t be happier.

Facebook’s streaming TV service picks up series based on Spokane author’s debut novel

“The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly” by Stephanie Oakes will be told over 10 30-minute episodes on Facebook Watch.

Summer Stories: Low Tide

People throw all kinds of things in the river. That’s what Saul used to tell me. Back in our parents’ day, people would use the river for a dump. Anything …

Summer Stories: The Witch of the Woods

Every child in town had heard the stories. Long ago, the witch was said to live inside a Clocktower attached to a train station, a limestone monolith that peered over …

Local novelists win honors

It was a good week for Spokane writers.

EWU’s Buckingham wins short fiction prize

Trio of Spokane writers get some end of their year love.

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 …