Award-winning author to give reading Oct. 23

North Idaho College’s literary magazine Trestle Creek Review and the Writing Center are presenting a reading by author Gregory Spatz from noon to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 23 at the Writing Center. The reading is free and open to the public.

Gregory Spatz is the author of the short fiction collection “Wonderful Tricks” and the novels “Fiddler's Dream,” “No One But Us,” and “Inukshuk.” He has also written for the Oxford American and his stories have appeared in many publications, including “The New Yorker.” The recipient of a Washington State Book Award, his most recent accolades include the 2011 Spokane Arts Commission Individual Artist of the Year Award and a 2012 NEA Literature Fellowship. His latest novel “Inukshuk” is available at the Mica Peak Book Exchange.

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NIC English Instructor Jonathan Frey, (208) 769-3337 or  

Posted: Thursday, Oct. 4, 2012

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