Sherman Alexie

The Native American and the Somalian Immigrant: The Power of Sherman Alexie’s Life Story

by Saida Orbeck I did not know what to expect when I walked into the Egyptian theater on Wednesday April 24, 2013. I had been told that a writer named Sherman Alexie was going to be speaking. As I walked into the theater I noticed it was full of students, teachers, and a lot of […]

Sherman Alexie Event Keeps Attendees Perched At The Edge Of Their Seats

by Grant Livingstone With a meet and greet performance at Capitol Hill’s Egyptian Theater last Wednesday beloved northwest writer Sherman Alexie took to the stage.  He was introduced by students from the American Indian Student Association, as well as Erik Rios, who told a memorable story of holding up a sign at one of Alexie’s […]