Fri Mar 1 · 7:30 pm
Eastern Washington University MFA program invites a slate of powerful writers to Spokane each year — and Spark Central is fortunate enough to host them for public readings!
Suzanne Matson’s new novel, Ultraviolet, received a starred review in Publishers Weekly, and was included in Real Simple‘s roundup of “The Best Books of 2018.” Her first novel, The Hunger Moon, was a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers pick. Her third, The Tree-Sitter, was short-listed for the PEN New England/ L. L. Winship Award. She has published two poetry collections with Alice James Books, and teaches at Boston College. Originally from Portland, Oregon, she studied at Portland State University and the University of Washington.
This program is free thanks to community support.