Browsing the "Literature" Tag

Every Poem Another Soul

April 1st, 2013 | by Timothy Thomas McNeely

The adventure in reading new poetry is encountering another voice – a stranger, a friend, a sage, your better self,

Son of Tacoma, father of Dune

January 16th, 2013 | by Erik Hanberg

He wrote one of the bestselling science fiction novels ever. He won both the Nebula and the Hugo Awards – the two most prestigious awards in science fiction. NASA has officially approved the naming of geographic features on after words coined by him

A Post Defiance Winter Reading

December 19th, 2012 | by Editorial Staff

Ranging from the comedic, to the tragic, to the heartwarming, to the eerie, the selections at the Post Defiance Winter Reading articulated our theme of winter, celebration, and ritual as literature inspired by the longest night of the year and our basic human yearning for warmth and love tend to do

Fresh Produce

June 11th, 2012 | by Timothy Thomas McNeely

Looking for some refreshing summer reading suggestions? Timothy Thomas McNeely shares some literary picks of all sorts to fill your sunny and rainy summer days

Daring Imaginarist Marissa Meyer

March 30th, 2012 | by Katy Evans

As we collectively reel, in thrall to our nation's rampant "Hunger Games" obsession, it’s exciting to uncover that Suzanne Collins isn’t the only author creating captivating, intrepid young female characters struggling to survive in dangerous dystopias. In fact, Tacoma can claim one such writerly talent as one of its own. Meet Marissa Meyer, author of "Cinder: Book One in the Lunar Chronicles."

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