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Mint book club highlights unique books with people's experience with sexual assault.

Mint Book Club: SA month

LANNAN RUIZ, Evergreen columnist April 15, 2021

Editor's note: this column contains themes of sexual assault and trauma. “Nice to meet me” By Chris Carlton “Nice To Meet Me shows us that recovering from sexual abuse is undeniable with...

“Crying in H Mart,” “Wow, No Thank You.: Essays” and “Wild” are our Mint Book Club picks for the month of March.

Mint Book Club: Women’s history month

LANNAN RUIZ, Evergreen columnist March 11, 2021

March is women’s history month, and in honor of that, I wanted to share with you three autobiographies written by women. Currently, my sister has “Crying in H-Mart” pre-ordered, but the second she...

Professor shares his passion for poetry

Professor shares his passion for poetry

KASSANDRA VOGEL, Evergreen reporter March 4, 2021

WSU creative writing professor Cameron McGill is releasing his first full-length book of poetry, "In the Night Field." The book investigates the relationship between place and the memories associated with...

Mint book club focuses on Black History month; each author shares their experiences.

Mint book club: Black history month

TAYLOR GONZALES, Evergreen reporter February 11, 2021

National Black History Month is upon us, and it is more important than ever to celebrate Black history and culture. A great way to participate in Black History Month is through education and exploration...

Obioma will be this week’s Visiting Writer series speaker. He will talk about his two prize finalist books.

Chigozie Obioma comes to virtual Pullman

LANNAN RUIZ, Evergreen reporter February 9, 2021

WSU’s Visiting Writers Series will host a reading with Chigozie Obioma, a two-time finalist for the Man Booker Prize, through YouTube Live. Obioma is one of two writers in history to have all of their...

Aoki's newest book, “Life From Uncommon Stars,” will be released this fall.

Visiting Writers Series begins

MICHELLE PAREDES STRONG, Evergreen reporter January 25, 2021

The WSU Visiting Writers Series is holding its first event of the spring semester, a literary reading at 6 p.m. Jan. 27 on YouTube. Guest Ryka Aoki is a poet, author and performer. Her newest book,...

The event will take place from 12-1 p.m. on Jan. 19.

League of Women Voters begin Brown Bag series

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter January 18, 2021

The League of Women Voters of Pullman will kick-start its 2021 Brown Bag series discussing the book “White Rage: The Unspoken Truth of our Racial Divide” from 12-1 p.m. Jan. 19.   Individuals...

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Mint Book Club: December


This year has been stressful. Even with us nearing the end of this year, there's still plenty to worry about going into 2021 and beyond. So let's forget about everything else for a second and talk about...

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New literary journal focuses on feminism

LANNA RUIZ, Evergreen reporter November 19, 2020

This fall, the WSU Women*s Center launched Harpy*s Magazine, a literary journal centered on feminist and social issues. Students can submit feminist art, poems, songs and other forms of expression for...

“You end up writing a lot of things that go nowhere,” Russo said. “Just honor your own story and your own struggle, and be fierce.”

How To Be: A Poet

KASSANDRA VOGEL, Evergreen columnist November 12, 2020

Poetry is a written art that unites word and form, a melding that few can accomplish; however, there is no shortage of talented poets on the Palouse. Now a professor and assistant editor of WSU’s...

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Mint Book Club: Native American Heritage Month

JOEL KEMEGUE and ANNA YOUNG November 5, 2020

November is Native American Heritage Month, and you could and should celebrate that by checking out the events Native American Programs are putting on, or learning more about Native history. You could...

The journal publishes both new and established writers. It is edited entirely by WSU students and professors.

Literary journal creates space for emerging, established writers

KASSANDRA VOGEL, Evergreen reporter November 5, 2020

WSU’s literary journal, “Blood Orange Review,” was founded in 2006 by H.K. Hummel and Stephanie Lenox. The literary journal has a clear purpose, which is to "create a home for emerging and established...

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