April is National Poetry Month, and we called Open Books: A Poem Emporium in Wallingford to hear what poetry titles by Northwest authors or presses have been flying off the shelves this season.
Mónica Guzmán / April 25, 2018
Grab yer reading glasses, folks. The whole dang city is reading and discussing “Homegoing” by Ghanian American author Yaa Gyasi this season.
Ana Sofia Knauf / March 23, 2018
Fake parking signs in Seattle, millennials moving around more often than anyplace else, and a state senator wants Seattle to become its own King County. Here’s your Seattle week in two minutes.
Mónica Guzmán / April 28, 2017
Seattle’s best events this week include a political satire, a festival of edible books, and a bouncy house wonderland.
Mónica Guzmán / March 27, 2017
Is it a coffee shop, a park, a bar? Tell us your favorite Seattle spot to get creative work done and we’ll enter you into a drawing to get a copy of best-selling Seattle author Scott Berkun’s book, “Dance of the Possible.”
[email protected] / March 15, 2017
Dance for love, hear a grab-bag of 5-minute talks, catch the State of the City address, and find the meaning of everything at a weekend book festival.
Mónica Guzmán / February 20, 2017
In today’s three things to know: A list of fiction and non-fiction books for Seattle newbies, Seattle’s bike share program is dead and our city is 20 percent trees.
Mónica Guzmán / January 17, 2017