The transgender trailblazer heads to the Paramount next March.
The actor discusses being drawn to Wallace's expression of depression, and finding himself in a similar place post–'How I Met Your Mother.'
Ivan Doig was a Northwest legend. Before he died this past spring, the Seattle novelist had one last message to share.
Points of Reference
The bestselling author discusses his follow-up to 'Ready Player One,' a pop culture-fueled tale of video gaming and alien invasion.
City of Lit
The center for creative writing outdoes itself with a new reading lineup featuring unmistakable voices in fiction, poetry, and essay.
Summer Festival Season
The fest announces its Comedy and Words and Ideas lineups.
Twenty books with ties to the region—some explicit, some not—that make the case that Seattle is one of the world’s great literary cities.
City of Literature
We asked six local writers to each nail down one must-read book for city dwellers.
Seattle Met Staff
Small Press, Big Party
The Seattle small press festival is back in a big way: a storytelling brawl, ghosts of avant-garde expats, and lots and lots of books
The big-screen adaptation of the Seattle-set novel that sold more than 100 million copies (and made BDSM a household acronym) hits theaters February 13. We’ll help you decide whether to be there opening night.
The executive director of the literary non-profit organization discusses the Carolyn Kizer tribute and up-and-coming local writers.
The comedian visits Seattle and Tacoma with his new book 'Silver Screen Fiend' and fresh standup.
The self-deprecating veteran of comedy proves Seattle is better than Portland with a special date at the Fremont Abbey Arts Center.
The author of 'The Art of Racing in the Rain' returns with 'A Sudden Light.'
The acclaimed astrophysicist and Cosmos star stops in Seattle this September.
An exclusive look inside the Seattle writer’s memoir—a tale of sex, love, and Mormonism—due out August 20.
Amazon’s fanfic publishing platform didn’t make the best first impression.
The author namechecks locals in How Literature Saved My Life.
James Ross Gardner
Howard sets a tale of bored and battered Iraq war veterans in the Pacific Northwest.
The Seattle cartoonist takes readers on a journey through her own unquiet mind.