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Bedtime Stories Spokane 

When: Fri., Oct. 23, 6 p.m. 2015
humanities.org
It's been a big year for the Inland Northwest's writing community. So many works have debuted, and many honors have been bestowed upon our region's writers. Humanities Washington's annual gala in Spokane celebrates this creative swell as it raises funds to support programs to bring humanities-centric education to citizens of all ages across the Evergreen State. This year's event theme has a retro-fun vibe: "A Hard Day's Night," and four notable local authors — Kris Dinnison, Sam Ligon, Sharma Shields and Jess Walter — are set to debut new short works inspired by this phrase, a 1960s/Beatles throwback. Gonzaga University professor and poet Tod Marshall also will be honored with the presentation of the 2015 Humanities Washington Award for Scholarship and Service — this follows his 2015 Washington State Book Award win earlier this month.

Fri, Oct. 23, at 6 pm • $75/person • Spokane Club • 1001 W. Riverside • humanities.org
— Chey Scott

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