Recognizing authors in the University community
Crimson Reads honors WSU faculty, students, staff, alumni, and retirees who have authored, co-authored or edited a book within the past year. The event includes a panel discussion and a display of books authored by members of the WSU community.
Know of a book (including your own) that should be celebrated at the Crimson Reads event? Tell the event organizers about your work or a colleague’s work.
Robert Clark, WSU Press editor-in-chief
Hustling Hanford: From Manuscript to Book
Ayad Rahmani, School of Design and Construction
Kafka’s architectures : doors, rooms, stairs and windows of an intricate literary edifice
Ray Williams, ’72 BA Spanish
Mario Vargas Llosa: A Life of Writing