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Nov 29, 2023

For this episode of the podcast, we're chatting with Alexandra Teague, University of Idaho professor and author of Spinning Tea Cups: A Mythical American Memoir. She recently did a program at the library, which I was not able to attend, so I was very pleased when she agreed to have a discussion about her book. We...

Oct 25, 2023

Hello everyone! We're excited to be back with JoAnne Tompkins, the author of What Comes After, the 2023 Everybody Reads book selection. 

What Comes After offers an unforgettable story of loss and anger, but also of kindness and hope, courage and forgiveness. It is a deeply moving account of strangers and friends not...

May 3, 2023

Hello everyone! We've been on hiatus for a bit but we're really excited to be back with a new episode- a discussion of the new book Cascadia Field Guide: Art, Ecology, PoetryWe're joined by Cascadia editors and contributors CMarie Fuhrman and Derek Sheffield. 

Join us at Neill Public Library Wednesday, May 10 at...

Dec 30, 2022

Hi everyone! We've got a year-end episode on tap for you this time around, as Jesica and Minh join the pod to discuss their favorite books, movies, and TV of 2022- plus a little downtown Pullman review thrown in at the end. We go through many things, so here's links to the library catalog for many of the...

Oct 21, 2022

"From all time, for all time- these are our ancestral homelands..."

This month it's an absolute privilege to have Beth Piatote join us for a special podcast episode. Beth is the author of The Beadworkers, the 2022 Everybody Reads selection. Please visit for a full schedule of events,