Local Talent

A Fiendish Conversation with Jonathan Evison

The author discusses his new book 'This Is Your Life, Harriet Chance!' and the film adaption of 'The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving.'

09/09/2015 By Seth Sommerfeld

Local Talent

A Fiendish Conversation with Garth Stein

The author of 'The Art of Racing in the Rain' returns with 'A Sudden Light.'

09/17/2014 By Seth Sommerfeld

Recycled and Reused

Coming Soon: Goodwill on Cap Hill

Seattle vintage shoppers: brace yourselves. Deal-seekers: get ready! Northwest Recyclers: rejoice! Goodwill's Capitol Hill location arrives this spring.

02/11/2014 By Laura Cassidy

Books About Drinking

The Drunken Botanist Visits Seattle

Gardening + bartending = gartending. Come meet the woman who made that a thing.

03/12/2013 By Katie Vincent

Books & Talks

Video: 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Book Signing with E. L. James

Things get giggly when we queue up to meet the best-selling erotica author at Third Place Books.

09/24/2012 By Seattle Met Staff


Fifty Shades of Fan Fiction

Seattle University’s fan fiction expert explains the Fifty Shades of Grey craze.

09/19/2012 By Laura Dannen

Books & Talks

From Junot Díaz to Fifty Shades of Grey: 10 Days of Seattle Readings

One's a Pulitzer winner, the other's been dubbed "mommy porn." Never a dull moment in Seattle.

09/13/2012 By Laura Dannen

Books & Talks

TONIGHT: Author Jim Lynch at Third Place Books

The Olympia scribe reads from his latest novel, Truth Like the Sun.

04/25/2012 By Seattle Met Staff

Ticket Alert

Julie Andrews’s Book Tour Comes to Seattle

Three chances to catch the actor promoting her new children’s book.

04/10/2012 By Seth Sommerfeld

Travel Books

Washington’s Old Paperwork Gets a Book

Your coffee table could use some history.

11/09/2011 By Allison Williams

Books & Talks

This Week’s Literary Events: Sex, Drugs and Rock ‘n’ Roll

Need a little vice in your life? We’ve got you covered.

04/11/2011 By Allison Williams

Books & Talks

Sarah Vowell Leis It On Us

Hear the NPR favorite break down Hawaiian history, or check out this week’s other literary events.

03/28/2011 By Allison Williams