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Tautology and repetition and tautology and repetition and tautology.
This weekend, health care professionals and comic artists collide at the Comics & Medicine conference.
After the death of his mother and brain surgery, Alexie returns with a thick, sprawling book.
Hidden in Pike Place Market, this publisher’s showroom is a gem, as is its upcoming reading party.
The author of ‘Life’s Work: A Moral Argument for Choice’ is coming to town, courtesy of Shout Your Abortion.
‘The Body That Follows Us,’ published two months after her death, is also her best.
Paul Mullin’s reading series is for fighters ready to get a little uncomfortable.
All the SIFF films with literary pedigrees your heart could ever desire.
Writing about writing can be tedious, but here the exercise is invigorating.
Open Books will hold a memorial service to the late Northwest poetry legend.
SPL will try to get as many Seattleites as possible to read ‘The Turner House’ and meet its author in one week.
Cody Walker picks at our political present while Jason Whitmarsh picks at the everyday.
Wander to all 23 participating stores in a lit marathon, or simply check out a few of the special events.
‘Seattle Walks’ outlines 17 walkable routes that reveal segments of this city’s past.
‘Water & Salt’ is a book that spans the globe, from Seattle to Jordan and back again.
Will upset folks be able to make it past the title? Find out at the Elliott Bay Book Company reading.
“Up South” takes on trauma, anger, and the literary canon without ever feeling showy.
The lastest book in our Post-Trump reading club is a multifarious look at our political situation.
Attendance is mandatory at the very last Authors, Publishers, and Readers of Independent Literature Festival.
Anything but short-lived, Mia Lipman’s cabaret-style show is celebrating its fourth anniversary.