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The Seattle Public Library celebrates the written word through literary and humanities programs, including readings and talks by local, national and international authors, Seattle Reads, and the annual Washington State Book Awards, American history lecture, and Living History or Living Literature series.
 
The Noise Pop Podcast is a monthly series showcasing new music discoveries and a diverse slate of guest artists from the independent music scene and beyond. Produced by Noise Pop, San Francisco’s go-to indie music, arts and film festival for over 25 years and hosted by music journalist Adrian Spinelli (Paste Magazine, SF Chronicle, etc..), we deliver engaging episodes that are always rooted in the music that we love and that we know you will too. Past guests have included: Khruangbin, Thao N ...
 
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This month’s online presentation features Loreen Lilyn Lee, Euphrates Moss Phrate, Lyn Coffin, and Glenda West.Loreen Lilyn Lee is a Seattle writer born and raised in pre-statehood Honolulu. She moved to Seattle in 1986, when computers were just being introduced into the workplace. Her debut book The Lava Never Sleeps: A Honolulu Memoir won the 201…
 
This month’s online presentation features Kait Heacock, Suzanne Edison and Alison Eckels.Kait Heacock is a book publicist, the Pacific Northwest editor for Joyland, and sits on the Advisory Board for the Mineral School artist’s residency. Her fiction has appeared in Esquire, Joyland, KGB Bar Lit Mag, Portland Review, Tin House, and Vol. 1 Brooklyn.…
 
Book-It Repertory Theatre presents staged readings from "Stories for Boys," adapted and directed by Laura Ferri. Author Gregory Martin joins Ferri and cast for a post-performance discussion. -- Martin's quirky, heart-wrenching memoir looks at family secrets, truth and reconciliation, acceptance and forgiveness. As Martin struggles to come to terms …
 
“Con Trâu Rừng Cuối Cùng Trên Đảo” là một tuyển tập gồm mười lăm bài viết đã phản ảnh và đi sâu vào các vấn đề như di sản Việt Nam, những trải nghiệm của người Mỹ gốc Việt, và sự đi tìm bản sắc của họ. Trong bối cảnh Seattle, King County và Việt Nam, tác gỉả đã trải rộng tình tự của mình, qua nhiề…
 
Love a good story? Come to the scene of the crime, the edge of adventure and timeless realms of wonder. Sit back, relax and escape from the everyday as we bring you gripping short stories expertly read -- and well-calculated to keep you in suspense!This week, get into the Halloween spirit with classic scary stories by Washington Irving and M.L. Hum…
 
Listen in to our 2016 Seattle Reads - Main Event, as Book-It Repertory Theatre presents staged readings from “We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves.” Karen Joy Fowler joins adapter, director, and cast for a post-performance discussion. -- Fowler’s smart, funny, heartbreaking novel is about a middle-class American family, ordinary in every way exce…
 
The Washington Center for the Book at The Seattle Public Library invites everyone to participate in Seattle Reads “For All of Us, One Today: An Inaugural Poet’s Journey,” a project designed to deepen engagement in literature through reading and discussion. Author Richard Blanco visits Seattle April 26-29. Events are presented in partnership with Th…
 
The Washington Center for the Book at The Seattle Public Library invites everyone to participate in Seattle Reads “For All of Us, One Today: An Inaugural Poet’s Journey,” a project designed to deepen engagement in literature through reading and discussion. Author Richard Blanco visits Seattle April 26-29. Events are presented in partnership with Th…
 
The Washington Center for the Book at The Seattle Public Library invites everyone to participate in Seattle Reads “For All of Us, One Today: An Inaugural Poet’s Journey,” a project designed to deepen engagement in literature through reading and discussion. Author Richard Blanco visits Seattle April 26-29. Events are presented in partnership with Th…
 
Book-It Repertory Theatre presents staged readings from 'The Painter' and author Peter Heller joins adapter Bryan Birch, director David Quicksall and cast for post-performance discussion. -- 'The Painter' recounts the story of famous artist Jim Stegner, as he struggles to manage the dark impulses within himself. He lives peacefully in rural Colorad…
 
A writing residency is a retreat experience where you have time away from your regular life to focus on your work. There are a variety of residency offerings in Washington and Oregon, and this panel of representatives from Mineral School, ArtSmith, Hedgebrook and other residencies will share information on what they offer writers as well as tips fo…
 
Listen to a panel discussion and learn about the paid family leave policy that will be considered by state legislators in 2017. Panel guests include Marilyn Watkins of the Economic Opportunity Institute; Rich Fox, President of the Seattle Restaurant Alliance; and Danielle Hulton Co-Owner of Ada's Technical Bookstore and Cafe.…
 
Seattle authors Kevin Emerson, Karen Finneyfrock and Jennifer Longo discuss writing young adult fiction, finding your voice and reaching teen readers. There will be time for questions from the audience.Kevin Emerson is the author of 12 novels for teen and middle grade readers. His two most recent young adult novels are “Exile” and “The Far Dawn,” t…
 
Learn about the editing process (developmental editing, copy editing, proofreading), what you need to know about book/cover design, various platforms for digital publishing, and options for printing your book.We'll also cover distribution (getting your book into bookstores and libraries) and marketing -- two areas crucial to your book’s success yet…
 
Whether you are purchasing a company, starting a new venture, or seeking a franchise award, you’ll learn whether starting a business is right for you at this time in your life and in this economic climate.This seminar covers the fundamentals of starting a business including incorporation, financing, stakeholder development and business planning. Je…
 
Interested in learning more about writing, illustrating, and getting books published for children and young adults? The Western Washington chapter of the international SCBWI invites you to come to their 2018-2019 kick-off meeting and program for free. The morning includes an introduction to SCBWI, a presentation on resources for those getting start…
 
This is the first thorough historical account of Chief Seattle and his times--the story of a half-century of tremendous flux, turmoil, and violence, during which a Native American war leader became an advocate for peace and strove to create a successful hybrid racial community.Chief Seattle was a powerful representative, having gained power and pro…
 
Listen to the wisdom of our elders who will share their experiences, knowledge, and stories. We are honored to recognize those have worked to keep Indigenous legacies alive.Esteemed Presenters•Jackie Swanson (Muckleshoot/Duwamish)•Peg Deam (Suquamish)•John Mullen (Snoqualmie)•Anna Haala (Tlingit/Urban)…
 
ABOUT THE BOOK: Just as a basket's purpose determines its materials, weave, and shape, so too is the purpose of the essay related to its material, weave, and shape. Editors Elissa Washuta and Theresa Warburton ground this anthology of essays by Native writers in the formal art of basket weaving. Using weaving techniques such as coiling and plaiting…
 
After reading selections from their books and new work, Dupres and Washuta -- both members of the Cowlitz Tribe -- will discuss Cowlitz identity in light of a recent federal decision to grant land and casino rights to the Tribe in Southern Washington.Washuta’s memoir, “My Body is a Book of Rules,” tells of her struggles with bipolar disorder, sexua…
 
"They Called Me Number One: Secrets and Survival at an Indian Residential School" is the first full-length memoir about life in St. Joseph's Mission at Williams Lake, British Columbia.Along with other Aboriginal, Inuit and Métis children across Canada, Sellars was removed from her community and forced to attend a church-run residential school whose…
 
Joy Harjo reads from her memoir: a story about family, a hardscrabble youth, young adulthood, and her journey to become an award-winning poet and musician. -- Joy Harjo was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where she grew up with an abusive stepfather. She attended an Indian arts boarding school, where she gained an appreciation for painting, music, and poe…
 
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