An Oscar winner at MoPop, a Shakespearean PJ party, and a bebop legend.
Short Order Theatre Company's performance is a loud and painful success.
Readings and Talks
The author of Stay With Me—one of last summer’s major books—finished her first novel on Whidbey Island.
The drive to Eastern Washington's literature festival just might be worth it.
A new season at Hugo House welcomes the "place for writers" back to its revamped Capitol Hill location, along with a local legend, a Pulitzer Prize finalist, and many more.
Tyehimba Jess's 'Olio,' published by the Seattle-based independent press, takes home the 2017 prize in poetry.
In honor of the Rat City Rollergirls and Seattle Arts and Lectures, we've built an all-star roller derby team of female authors.
The fifth-annual bar crawl with books promises an expanded lineup featuring a little something for everyone.
The “place for writers” throws a year-long housewarming party for its new First Hill location, featuring an exciting lineup of readings and discussions with local and visiting talent.
The fifth annual small press festival promises a "literary buffet."
Ivan Doig was a Northwest legend. Before he died this past spring, the Seattle novelist had one last message to share.