The first roundup of articles in 2015. Lately I’ve been doing whatever editing and proofreading comes my way, which doesn’t lend itself to easy Web linkage.
- Starting in January, my (unbylined) monthly inserts highlighting the 20th anniversary of the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena began appearing in the Inlander. These will be compiled closer to the end of the year to form a commemorative brochure.
- “Returns and Beginnings,” a preview of Servant of Two Masters at the Spokane Civic Theatre (Inlander, January 14)
- A review of Neil LaBute’s Reasons to Be Pretty at The Modern Spokane (Inlander, February 5)
- A review of the BFI Critical Companion to Dr. Strangelove: Or, How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love the Bomb by Peter Krämer (Times Literary Supplement, February 13; print only)
- “Garland University of the Arts,” an overview of the surprising number of creative workshops on offer in Spokane’s Garland District (Inlander, February 19)
- “Get Thee to a Nunnery,” a preview of Nunsense a Men at the Spokane Civic Theatre (Inlander, February 26)
- Several long and short writeups in the people, recreation and shopping categories for the Inlander‘s Best of 2015 issue (Inlander, March 19)
- An interview with jazz musician Chris Potter following the release of his new album Imaginary Cities (All About Jazz, March 23)
There are several articles and reviews pending — one for InHealth, a couple for Ink 19, another for this week’s Inlander. In my complete lack of spare time, I also put together a website pro bono for the Emerson-Garfield Farmers’ Market over the weekend.