National Book Lovers Day: What Inlander writers are reading
By Lisa Waananen
Tags: Books, Books
'Class warrior in the literary world': Alexie and Walter in the New Yorker
Tags: Books, sherman alexie, jess walter, Books
Pie & Whiskey tonight, plus other Get Lit! events that caught our eye
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Reading "Catch-22" on the way to Iraq: Author David Abrams at Auntie's
CAT FRIDAY: Space Cats
By Chey Scott
Tags: Arts & Culture, For Fun!, Cat Friday, Space cats, books, Culture, For Fun!, Arts & Culture
Love trashy sex books but hate bad writing? We can help.
By Joe O'Sullivan
Tags: Arts, books, 50 shades of grey, hotel iris, gore vidal, myra breckenridge, sex novels, nabokov, lolita, lady chatterly's lover, yoko ogawa, d.h. lawrence, Arts
Summer reading picks for kids and young adults
By Leah Sottile and E.J. Iannelli
Tags: Arts & Culture, books
New books for the beach, the porch and the kids.
By E.J. Iannelli
It took 15 years for Jess Walter's latest novel to weather into Beautiful Ruins.
By Luke Baumgarten
Tags: Arts & Culture, books, jess walter
For Your Consideration 05.24.12
Catching up with the new Sherlock. Plus, the golden age of cars and the rebirth of Keane.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Tags: Arts & Culture, books, tv, television
Kim Barnes' book puts a girl from Oklahoma on a collision course with Saudi-American oil interests.
Tags: Arts & Culture, books, kim barnes
For Your Consideration
An online pop-culture extravaganza. Plus, try Ninkasi's Spring Reign Ale while you still can.
By Mike Bookey
Tags: Arts & Culture, beer, books, www
In Lonesome Animals, his debut novel, local schoolteacher and writer Bruce Holbert exposes the destructive power of the Western myth.
Test your looks with the Ugly Meter. Plus, new work by Mars Volta and an investigation of chaos in Congo.
By Chris Stein
Tags: Arts & Culture, www, books, music
An expose of Exxon Mobil. Plus, new work from Pennywise and an app for laid-back reading.
Tags: Arts & Culture, music, books, www
Two UW history profs explore the Tri-Cities in Atomic Frontier Days
By Robin Lindley
Garlic and Gratitude
Tullia Barbanti’s new book looks back on 50 years of cooking in Spokane
By Kirsten Harrington
Tags: Food & Drink, books
Stephen Smart had never written anything until he penned an award-winning novel.
Tags: Arts & Culture, books, writing
All Things to All Men (1)
From our idioms to our videogames to our sex shops, the King James Bible's influence is everywhere.
Tags: Arts & Culture, religion, books
Was North Idaho author robbed of a Pulitzer?
Tags: Arts, idaho, books, Arts
Reminder: Colson Whitehead and Jess Walter tonight
Tags: Books, get lit, Books
Poetry slams attract youth who want to drop a verse or two.
By Jordy Byrd
Tags: Get Lit!, books, writing, get lit, slam poetry
How to Hoop It Up Like a Poet
Get Lit! takes famous authors to court.
By Kevin Taylor
Tags: Get Lit!, books, writing, jess walter, sherman alexie, sports, basketball
How to Write about Zombies
Who does it better? Colson Whitehead or The Walking Dead?
Tags: Get Lit!, books, writing, get lit, tv, television
How to Make Something Out of Nothing
Susan Orlean has been called “a national treasure.” Really, she’s just very curious.
By Leah Sottile
Tags: Get Lit!, books, writing, get lit
Ami Strahan confronts life on her own after losing her husband to freak accident, then her son at the Freeman High School shooting
Written about a teenage confidential informant, bounty hunters and a train hopper who lost his…
Posted by: Happy Schwenkfelder
on Aug 21, 2019
St. Louis, Missouri. He covers criminal justice and has written about a teenage confidential informant,…
My opinion is that this is written with text
Posted by: Not Staff Is My Really Long Username That Makes Lines Wrap
on Aug 21, 2019
So much for civility: McMorris Rodgers' attack ad accused of "scare tactics" against Brown
By Mitch Ryals
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