This coffee-table book spotlights 100 Washington towns with populations under 3,500, with full-color photographs, fun facts, and details about what makes each community unique.
Nicole Hardina has lived in Washington for over 20 years, in towns big and small. Alaska-grown, she is a Seattle-based writer sharing an apartment with two cats, a guitar, and several overflowing bookcases. Her writing has appeared in Scope, Months to Years, Out There Outdoors, the Bellingham Review, Proximity, and elsewhere. She received a Grant for Artist Projects award from Artist Trust in 2016 and is working on a memoir that is equal parts grief account and love letter to the Pacific Northwest.