Wednesday, February 18, 2015

A Pulitzer Prize winner's journey, DJs break it down, and tips on self-publishing

Posted By on Wed, Feb 18, 2015 at 10:02 AM

This post-President's day week is flying and hump day is already here! If you're feeling a bit discombobulated, no worries! We help you keep track of upcoming events and Staff Picks for the daily dish on what's going on. 

Here's just a taste of what Wednesday, Feb. 18, holds:

WORDS | Gonzaga University continues the inspiring Visiting Writer Series with Pultitzer Prize-winning author and Idaho native, Marilynne Robinson, who will share stories from her successful journey as a writer. Read our interview with Robinson, and then get to the free discussion at 7:30 pm.

MUSIC | If you are an aspiring DJ or vinyl enthusiast, The Lantern Tap House is having their weekly Open Turntables Night where you can show of your disc jockeying skills. Even if DJ-ing isn't your thing, check out the talents of other aspiring DJs as well as the musical stylings of DJ Lydell. 

WORDS | The Inland Northwest Writers Guild has an informative meeting at Auntie's about the realities of self publishing where the public can glean tips and tricks from owner of Gray Dog Press, Russ Davis. All writers are welcome!

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Intro To Buddhism Workshop @ Spokane Buddhist Temple

Sun., Feb. 12, 12-1 p.m.
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