Paul Piper

Allen Frost and Paul Piper have published a book together titled "A Flutter of Birds Passing Through Heaven: A Tribute to Robert Sund."

The poet and artist Robert Sund is a Pacific Northwest legend. The book is an inspired biography composed of stories, memories,…

What do fly fishing and Western Libraries have in common? You might be surprised at the connections between these two seemingly incongruous things!

Professor Paul Piper, who is also Western Libraries librarian for Special Collections, is teaching a Library 320 Class this quarter, “…

It's National Poetry Month, and Western Libraries' Heritage Resources is celebrating April 29 with a reading by local authors Jim Bertolino, Paul Piper and Allen Frost.

The event will take place from 4 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, April 29, in the Special Collections Research Room on…

Eight Western Washington University poets will read their works during an event Tuesday, May 14, in Wilson Library.

Reading their poems will be Bruce Beasley, Ryler Dustin, Allen Frost, Nancy Pagh, Suzanne Paola, Paul Piper, Jeremy Voigt and Mishon Wooldridge.

The event, called Pod…

Whatcom READS! has announced that David Guterson's "Snow Falling on Cedars" has been selected as the featured book for 2013.

Haunting and atmospheric, "Snow Falling on Cedars" is part love story, part courtroom drama and part historical fiction. Set on an island in Puget Sound in the…

Paul Piper and Sylvia Tag, both faculty members in the Western Washington Universy Libraries, wrote an article titled "Theme-based Information Literacy Instruction" that was published in Vol. 18, No. 4 of "College & Undergraduate Libraries."

Paul S. Piper, a faculty librarian at Western Washington University, had his short story "Slippers" published recently in the anthology "Shadow and Light: a literary anthology on memory." The book was published by The Monadnock Writer’s Group, 2011.

Paul Piper, a professor in Wilson Library, has had a new book of poetry published. Piper's book "Dogs and Other Poems" was published by Bird Dog Press on April 1.

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