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Thumbnail for - Cheap Week Seattle: Best Bang-for-Your-Buck Events May 12–18
May 12, 2014
Bang For Your Buck
Norwegian Constitution Day, a fabulous poetry foursome, and a "wizard rock" band: the best ways to spend your week without spending much.
Thumbnail for - A Fiendish Conversation with Ellen Forney
Nov 8, 2012
Local Talent
The Seattle cartoonist, newly anointed a Stranger Genius, explores the relationship between art and pain.
Thumbnail for - On Other Blogs Today: Checking Facts and Clutching Pearls
Oct 26, 2012
On Other Blogs
Our daily roundup.
Thumbnail for - Magnuson Park Book Sale
Jun 14, 2012
Shopping Fundraiser
WHERE: Magnuson Park, in the workshop space adjacent to the large hangar WHAT: Browse through a huge selection of books, DVDs, CDs, and audio editions for purchase at the Friends of Seattle...
Thumbnail for - Seattle Library: Budget Cuts Are Impacting Library Use
Feb 7, 2012
City Hall
Seattle library officials outline a grim forecast if the library system doesn't get sustainable funding.
Thumbnail for - Get Library Books on Your Kindle
Sep 22, 2011
Tech News
I have been waiting very impatiently for this arrangement, but the time has come. You can now borrow ebooks from the Seattle Public Library and King County Library System and read them on your...
Thumbnail for - Q&A: Chris Cleave, Author of Little Bee
May 11, 2011
Books & Talks
London-based author Chris Cleave flies into town this week to talk about his 2009 novel Little Bee, the year’s Seattle Reads pick by Seattle Public Library. Though the Brit’s book topics tend to...
Thumbnail for - This Week’s Literary Events: Sex, Drugs and Rock ‘n’ Roll
Apr 11, 2011
Books & Talks
Sex What happens when every woman in town stops wanting sex? Find out when Meg Wolitzer reads from her new novel about that unlikely occurrence, The Uncoupling, tonight at 7 at the Seattle Public...
Thumbnail for - 5 Ways to Celebrate National Poetry Month
Apr 4, 2011
Books & Talks
Throw on your beanie, beatnik, it’s National Poetry Month. Here are a few choice offerings from around the city: —Standouts from Port Townsend’s Copper Canyon Press come to Town Hall on Tuesday,...
Thumbnail for - Ten Reasons Publishers Say No to Your Book
Mar 28, 2011
Books & Talks
You’d have thought local authors Kerry Colburn and Jennifer Worick were touting secrets to better hair and eternal life last Thursday, because the sold-out crowd at Hotel 1000 was engrossed....
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