Reading: Joshua Tuttle

Thursday, May 12, 2016 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm

Spokane author, Joshua Tuttle will be reading his own millennial story in SONGS OF MY SELFIE: AN ANTHOLOGY OF MILLENNIAL STORIES and leading a discussion on the book. SONGS OF MY SELFIE is a compilation of up-and-coming fiction writers, exploring the unique joys and challenges that millennials face.

Following Joshua's reading there will be an open mic event where you can tell your own stories in song, poetry, comedy or story!

Joshua Tuttle is a US Army Veteran, Eagle Scout, and Dungeon Master, and in a former life he was an IT engineer.  He studies Computer Science and English at Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington.  He has been published in Script, and his RPG supplement entitled “The Demonic Interference at New Ritipus church” was published on DriveThruRPG.  Schedules permitting, his Gothic Horror D&D game meets weekly on Sundays.  In his remaining spare time, Josh runs the Spooky Scary Skeletons Literary and Horror Society, which meets twice monthly in Spokane, Washington.  Public-facing meeting notes can be found at

Event address: 
402 W. Main