Idahoans love to read, according to the latest figure from the National Endowment for the Arts. The opening of the Nampa Public Library in March drew hundreds of people. The Cabins “Readings & Conversations” author talk series regularly sell out, Rediscovered Book Shop brings a slew of writers to talk at its Boise location and Boise State University’s MFA in creative writing and poetry add to the mix.
Idahoans love to read, according to the latest figure from the National Endowment for the Arts. The opening of the Nampa Public Library in March drew hundreds of people. The Cabins “Readings & Conversations” author talk series regularly sell out, Rediscovered Book Shop brings a slew of writers to talk at its Boise location and Boise State University’s MFA in creative writing and poetry add to the mix. Katherine Jones Idaho Statesman file
Idahoans love to read, according to the latest figure from the National Endowment for the Arts. The opening of the Nampa Public Library in March drew hundreds of people. The Cabins “Readings & Conversations” author talk series regularly sell out, Rediscovered Book Shop brings a slew of writers to talk at its Boise location and Boise State University’s MFA in creative writing and poetry add to the mix. Katherine Jones Idaho Statesman file
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Western states, including Idaho, love the arts, survey says

September 08, 2016 01:45 PM

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Dana Oland is a former professional dancer and member of Actors Equity who writes about performing and visual arts for the Idaho Statesman. She also writes about food, wine, pets, jazz and other aspects of the good life in Boise.