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Tom Robbins Gets the Blues

…at the imminent demise of the morning P-I.

02/11/2009 By Eric Scigliano

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Poet of the Port Town

Just before ”Howl” made him famous, Allen Ginsberg savored old Seattle’s seaport rot.

01/06/2009 By Ryan Boudinot

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An Open Letter to Minneapolis

Seattle named second most literate city. But don’t get too comfortable, No. 1.

01/04/2009

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Regarding Tess

When Tess Gallagher, the widow of acclaimed Northwest writer Raymond Carver, planned to publish early drafts of her late husband’s beloved short stories, the outcry from the New York publishing establishment was loud and rancorous. What was she thinking?

01/03/2009 By Claire Dederer

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Biblio File

Now that you’re older and wiser, hitting the books is actually fun.

12/18/2008 By Ben Schock

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A Man of Air and Shadows

Michael Gruber, Seattle’s secret best-selling novelist, seemed to be living the writer’s dream. And then he tried to put his name on the books he wrote, and everything changed. The dark tales he’d carried inside for three decades started to come out....

08/01/2007 By Jim Gullo