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. Through this program, the WSU Libraries proudly support WSU authors as they share their successes in scholarship, creative thought, and professional achievements through published works.
You are invited to browse publications and authors on the WSU Libraries website.
Tues., March 28
Holland & Terrell Libraries’ Atrium
Mark your calendar for the 2023 event.
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
Matthew McCluskey, chair of the Department of Physics
Dopants and Defects in Semiconductors and The Last Weapon: A Novel