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The artist’s upcoming residency at Mount Analogue explores the cultural impact of pulpy romantic fantasy.
After two nomadic years, the nonprofit Seattle writing center is ready to open its new, expanded home.
The Port Townsend resident was known for publishing fringe stories that no one else would touch.
Caroline Fraser’s ‘Prairie Fires’ chronicles the life and times of ‘Little House on the Prairie’ author Laura Ingalls Wilder.
The former president has co-authored a novel, and tickets for his visit go on sale this Friday.
The party and also after the party.
Depending on how you read it, the book is a comedy or a tragedy.
The Seattle poet is deft at exploring the complexities of human interactions.
The nonfiction writer come to Seattle this week with two revealing books on Russia under her belt.
The book of photo comics from Mount Analogue comes complete with a blanket to read it in.
She moved a room of Bumbershoot-goers to tears. Her debut poetry collection may very well do the same.
After grieving his mother’s death and canceling a tour, Alexie is returning to live audiences again.
A new book tells the strange story of a group of Fort Lewis Army Rangers’ 2007 botched robbery.
The end of the world, again.
Inspired by the defunct Bookfest, Readerfest seeks to bring Seattle’s diverse lit scene together.
For literature fans, things have changed over the years, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
J.L. Cheatham created the city’s only book expo for authors of color.
Lily Myers’ YA novel ‘This Impossible Light’ examines one young woman’s eating disorder through verse.
D.J. Bryant’s Fantagraphics debut, ‘Unreal City,’ loops back on itself, merges, and disintegrates.
This multidisciplinary arts celebration honors our molluscan brethren.