For the third year now, Humanities Washington is corralling some of the region’s best writers for Bedtime Stories. This time around, the theme is “Bump in the Night,” so expect scribes like Washington state Poet Laureate Elizabeth Austen, novelist Jamie Ford, poet and Gonzaga professor Tod Marshall and Spokane’s current it-woman of literature, Sharma Shields, to bring some appropriately timed spookiness. Or maybe they’ll take that theme down a totally different path. However it pans out, expect to hear some great writing paired with food and wine.
Fri, Oct. 17, at 6 pm • The Spokane Club • 1002 W. Riverside • Registration at humanities.org/programs