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GetLit! Festival: Library Display 2023

Spokane County's annual literature festival

GetLit! Festival Headliners

GetLit! Festival 2023 is excited to announce Ada Limón, U.S. Poet Laureate as a headlining author:

See more GetLit! 2023 authors at the GetLit!2023 List of Speakers webpage.

Select Books from Get Lit! 2023

Fire Season: A Novel

by Leyna Krow. The fire of 1889 destroys a frontier boomtown -- a disaster for some; an opportunity for others.

The angel of Rome : and other stories

by Jess Walter. A stunning collection about those moments when everything changes.

Cascadia Field Guide: Art / Ecology / Poetry

A literary field guide of art, poetry, and natural history from various artists and authors.

Judas Goat

by Gabrielle Bates. A collection of poems that wrestle with "betrayal and forced obedience, violence and young womanhood."

Sister Tongue: Poems

by Farnaz Fatemi. Winner of the 2022 Stan and Tom Wick Poetry Prize.

Believers: Making a Life at the End of the World

by Lisa Wells. New ways to live and reconnect to the Earth in the face of climate change.

Welcome to Dragon Talk

by Shelly Mazzanoble. Inspiring conversations about Dungeons & Dragons and the people who love to play it.

The Shining Mountains: A Novel

by Alex Christie. Based on a true story of one family caught in the crossfire of US westward colonial expansion.

Tell Me I'm an Artist: A Novel

by Chelsea Martin. A student at a San Francisco art school enrolls in a film class that requires her to create a self-portrait.

The Open Hand of Sky

Poetry by SFCC teacher/author Connie Wasem Scott. Examines personal bonds and the forces that break them.

GetLit! Authors: Books Displayed in the SCC Library

Visit the SCC Library in Building 16 throughout April to see a display of books by GetLit! 2023 authors.

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Contact library staff if you need a book sent to a convenient location for you.