Sunday, April 26 • 4:30pm - 6:15pm
Inland Northwest Faculty Reading

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Hosted by Eastern Washington University, this reading celebrates creative writers who are also professors, honoring those who split their time between creating art and encouraging the artistic and academic pursuits of their students.

Participating writers and teachers include faculty from EWU, Whitworth, Gonzaga, North Idaho College, SFCC, and SCC, who will read from new works of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction. EWU professor Natalie Kusz, author of Road Song, will host the event.

Participating faculty include:
Jaime Baird of Whitworth
Meagan Ciesla of Gonzaga
Christopher Howell of EWU
Fred Johnson of Whitworth
Leyna Krow of NIC & SFCC
Kathryn McKenna of SCC
Gregory Spatz of EWU
Rachel Toor of EWU

To cap off the evening, the Inland Northwest Center for Writers will honor a distinguished alum with their Outstanding Alumni award. The 2015 recipient is poet Laura Stott.

Laura Stott is the author of the book of poems, In the Museum of Coming and Going.  She received her M.F.A. from the Inland Northwest Center for Writers, where she was managing editor of Willow Springs.  Her poems have been published in various journals, including Bellingham Review, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Cutbank, Quarterly West, Sonora Review, Sugarhouse Review, Redactions, and Rock and Sling. In 2014 Laura was also nominated for a Pushcart Prize. 

Currently, Laura serves on the board for Writers@Work, an independent writer's organization, and is an Instructor of English at Weber State University. She is faculty sponsor for their chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, Alpha Upsilon Gamma.

Sunday April 26, 2015 4:30pm - 6:15pm
Barrister Winery 1213 W. Railroad Avenue

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