Matika Wilbur meets readers at book signing

Author Matika Wilbur talks to people

Sayer Theiss

SIGNING BOOKS BACK HOME FOR A CHANGE – Photographer and author Matika Wilbur was welcomed by friends and locals when she signed copies of her book, "Project 562: Changing the Way We See Native America," last Thursday on Gilkey Square. Seaport Books owner Janna Gage is at right. Linda Talman is at left.

Home-grown talent Matika Wilbur has spent years traveling the country to exhibit her critically acclaimed photography and compile narratives for her ground-breaking book "Project 562: Changing the Way We See Native America."

But last Thursday afternoon her happy place was Gilkey Square in La Conner.

Wilbur exchanged laughter and shared fond memories with a steady stream of local admirers, who included civic leaders, fellow artisans and retired teachers and school administrators, during an outdoor book-signing event arranged by Seaport Books of La Conner.

Wilbur has received much-deserved...

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