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THURSDAY, APRIL 19 & r & & r & 7:30 pm, the Bing, Tim Egan and Jess Walter, "Off the Record: A Conversation" (opening: Ann Joslin Williams); $16-$20





FRIDAY, APRIL 20


Throughout the day, writers appear at area schools and colleges





2:30 pm, Spokane Club, Readings by seven EWU Press authors





7:30 pm, Showalter Hall, EWU, Cheney


Walter Mosley, "A Writer's Life, Easy Rawlins Style" (opening: M.L. Smoker); $16-$20





SATURDAY, APRIL 21


9-11:30 am, Spokane Club, Writing workshops on fiction, young adult fiction and nonfiction; $50; call 623-4284





9:30 am, Spokane Club, Walter Mosley, "This Year, You Write Your Novel"; $10 tickets at Auntie's





Noon, Spokane Club, Panels on "The Editor's Craft" and Elizabeth Bishop





1 pm, Spokane Club, Lost Horse Press readings by six regional poets





1:30-4 pm, Spokane Club, Workshops on revising poems (Alberto Rios) and designing books (Ed Marquand)





1:30 pm, Spokane Club, Celebrating the Voices of Youth: readings by writers in grades 2-12





2-3:30 pm, Lorinda Knight Gallery, Distant Rain book signing with Tess Gallagher and Keiko Hara





2:30 pm, Spokane Club, Celebrating Festival Authors: readings by five writers and poets





3-5 pm, Spokane Club, Workshop for teen writers





4:15 pm, Spokane Club, Reading by fiction writer Charles D'Ambrosio





7:30 pm, the Bing, An Evening of Poetry, Tess Gallagher and Alberto Rios (opening: Jim Daniels); $12-$15





10 pm, CenterStage, Novelist Jonathan Lethem





SUNDAY, APRIL 22


2 pm, the Bing, Sherman Alexie; all free tickets are gone.





7 pm, Area 58, Open mic (with music at 6 pm)





Visit www.ewu/edu/get lit or e-mail [email protected] or call 623-4262.

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