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E.J. Iannelli

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E.J. Iannelli is a Spokane-based freelance writer, translator, and editor whose byline occasionally appears here in The Inlander. One of his many shortcomings is his inability to think up pithy, off-the-cuff self-descriptions.

  • A Wrinkle in Time
  • A Wrinkle in Time

    In Kiss Me, Kate, Cole Porter's music weaves between hot, jazzy numbers and medieval madrigals
  • Self Preservation
  • Self Preservation

    Get Lit! 2017: Laila Lalami talks about her dual selves and the "silences" that fiction can fill
  • Thinking Smaller
  • Thinking Smaller

    Families are finding that having less stuff — and less living space — leads to less worry and a more satisfying life
  • Smaller Homes, Bigger Market
  • Smaller Homes, Bigger Market

    As dream homes evolve beyond big houses on big lots, local developers work to cater to the needs of modern homebuyers
  • Joining Farces
  • Joining Farces

    Noises Off can be as much a delight for actors as it is for audiences
  • You're Not Alone
  • You're Not Alone

    Holding On ~ Letting Go at the Civic wants to spark a conversation about tough topics
  • Fierce Footwear
  • Fierce Footwear

    Kinky Boots arrives in Spokane with a new lead, award-winning music and a story of cross-dressing salvation
  • Backstage Story
  • Backstage Story

    Behind the preparation and precaution: Why it practically takes a village to put on a Cirque du Soleil show
  • Mortality Tale
  • Mortality Tale

    Author Tim O'Brien on writing, war, dying, Hemingway and his seminal work The Things They Carried
  • Inner Conflicts
  • Inner Conflicts

    Ayad Akhtar's Disgraced steps into the bramble of race and identity, exposing complexity and contradictions
  • Across the Decades
  • Across the Decades

    A Piece of My Heart explores the experiences of six women during the Vietnam War
  • THEATER | Chicago
  • THEATER | Chicago

    A sultry, mesmerizing romp at The Modern Theater Spokane
  • Finding Solid Footing
  • Finding Solid Footing

    Local radio personality Molly Allen has written a new play about ending and mending relationships

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