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A crowd of onlookers listens to Jessica Mooney as she reads from her book, “Parting Gifts for Losing Contestants.”

Spooky Lit Crawl Brings Out Hordes of Writers

October 30, 2019

Packed rooms full of patrons occupied coffee shops, bars, bookstores and even glasses shops across Seattle on Thursday night for...

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Getting Drunk… On Words at Seattle’s Lit Crawl

October 18, 2018

Seattle’s annual Lit Crawl offers the book-loving community the exciting opportunity to spend an entire evening perusing the ...

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Ijeoma Oluo gets real about Race at Elliot Bay

March 16, 2018

Recently released and critically acclaimed book, “So You Want to Talk About Race,” by Ijeoma Oluo serves as a vehicle for...

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Review Of “While Glaciers Slept,” a Story of Climate Change

February 8, 2017

On Thursday, Feb. 2, Seattle’s town hall held a program that changed the direction of climate change, and the voice that carries...

Queer Fiction: A Not So New Fiction

Shelby Barnes, Author

September 28, 2016

Every week, six days a week, the Gay City LGBTQ Library opens it doors to the public, offering the voluminous amounts of literature to those interested in furthering their literary sphere. These works of literature aren’t considered the norm or even commonly found within one’s local library. The Gay City LGBTQ library serves the purpose of providing...

Fragments’ 56th Anniversary Edition

Grace Stetson, Author

May 14, 2014

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