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Western Washington University Associate Professor of English Kathryn Trueblood has won the 2013 Bellevue Literary Review Goldenberg Prize for Fiction for her story “The No-Tell Hotel.”

The contest was judged by Pulitzer Prize winning author Jane Smiley.

The Bellevue…

Brenda Miller’s essay “Giving Your Body to Science” and Suzanne Paola’s (writing as Susanne Antonetta) essay “Nine Lives” have just been published in the latest issue of "Seneca Review."

Hundreds of new children's and young adult books will be on sale Dec. 6 and 7 on the sixth floor of Wilson Library at Western Washington University.

Proceeds from the sale will benefit the 2013 WWU Children's Literature Conference.

Hardbacks will be sold for $5 and…

Four young men sleep on a dirt floor of an adobe shed in a small Guatemalan village. No access to clean water and the constant itch of fleas is a pressing reminder of their situation. But they are not alone.

Of the children and adolescents living in rural areas, 76 percent…

Lysa Rivera, an assistant professor of English at Western Washington University, will present "Subverting Norms: African Americans in U.S. Literature" in a Faculty GUR Group event.

Faculty and staff are invited to explore excerpts of Rivera's "Introduction to African-…

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