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J.L. Cheatham created the city’s only book expo for authors of color.
Lily Myers’ YA novel ‘This Impossible Light’ examines one young woman’s eating disorder through verse.
D.J. Bryant’s Fantagraphics debut, ‘Unreal City,’ loops back on itself, merges, and disintegrates.
This multidisciplinary arts celebration honors our molluscan brethren.
Pioneer Square foot traffic has hurt the store, but could you be the one to revive it?
Four arts collectives formidable in their own right are joining forces in an exciting new space.
You couldn’t ask for a better investment of your tax dollars.
Seattle’s it lit figure of the moment isn’t a fluke—she earned it.
This week, three talented sci-fi authors share their work with local audiences.
Hosted by Fantagraphics, the low-key affair showcases some of the city’s finest underdogs.
Langdon Cook’s ‘Upstream’ goes swimmingly when it isn’t drowning in small, bad writing choices.
Before it closes for extensive remodels, the Seattle literary staple is hosting a farewell affair.
Even with only 52 pages of new exclusive material, the latest Megg, Mogg & Owl collection is vital.
Tautology and repetition and tautology and repetition and tautology.
This weekend, health care professionals and comic artists collide at the Comics & Medicine conference.
After the death of his mother and brain surgery, Alexie returns with a thick, sprawling book.
Hidden in Pike Place Market, this publisher’s showroom is a gem, as is its upcoming reading party.
The author of ‘Life’s Work: A Moral Argument for Choice’ is coming to town, courtesy of Shout Your Abortion.
‘The Body That Follows Us,’ published two months after her death, is also her best.
Paul Mullin’s reading series is for fighters ready to get a little uncomfortable.