Nicole strives to connect others and create the most value for the viewer through her intricate levels of detail.
Words of all types: writing, spoken word, storytelling and more! All genres welcome. Seek out a book club or writing group, mark your calendar for visiting authors, or find ways to tell your story live onstage. If you are specifically interested in poetry, check out our Poet Laureate page, too!
Gaye is an author, poet, and graphic designer. She also works as a life style coach and insurance agent.
Currently, in pre-production for a new cinematic narrative work, Jeremey has directed multiple music videos and art installations over the years
Rosie Cerquone is a freelance percussionist, singer, and songwriter currently based in Spokane, WA.
Jordan Kennedy, also known as the Forbidden Poet, 2017 grand teen poetry slam champion, is now working on several full length novels and a collection of his more poetry-focused works.
Trace lives in Spokane. Her first love is writing stories about queer teens and magic. THE NAMES WE TAKE is her first novel.
With SAGA support, SPPC will be able to purchase the equipment needed to carry out the in-house publishing of their annual work compendium, and pursue gatherings and classes as appropriate.
SAGA is excited to support Hannah Charlton in her research, documentation and display for The Forgotten Book of Women. Her project will begin with seven 9” x 12” pieces in gouache and gold on vegan parchment.
Black Lens News will create a 24-page, full-color insert will be filled with the photographs of 20 African Americans, who are currently living in Spokane.
SAGA is providing support for Spark Central’s “West Central Publishing Union” (WCPU) in order to continue their mission of decreasing the artistic opportunity gap even as their mode of delivery changes.