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The Blazing World of Margaret the First

Danielle Dutton’s Ode to Female Literary Ambition

To Folio or Not To Folio? That Is the Question

The Future of APRIL

Single Women Are a Political Force to Be Reckoned With

Rebecca Traister on the GOP's Worst Nightmare

Jenny Zhang Likes to Get Uncomfortable

A Guide to the Best of APRIL Festival 2016

The Bad Joy of Donald Trump's Supporters

Open Books Is Looking for New Management

Don Mee Choi's New Book, Hardly War, Is Challenging but Powerful Political Poetry

Her Book of Poems Might Be Too Academic for Some Readers, but You Must Watch Her Perform It

The Best Readings and Talks in Seattle This Spring

Picks from Seattle Art and Performance

Ghosts of Seattle Past Creates Art Out of Seattle's Favorite Pastime: Talking About What Used to Be Here

Oh Yeah, and They're Throwing an Irish Wake for the City on Saint Patrick's Day

Claudia Rankine's Citizen Will Take You Two Hours to Read, but It Will Stay with You for the Rest of Your Life

If You Can't Get in to Her Sold-Out Seattle Arts & Lectures Talk, Just Stay Home and Read Citizen

Umberto Eco Is Dead

Harper Lee Is Dead

Pass the Chlorinated Chicken, S'il Vous Plait

What the Fight Over the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Tells Us About the Trans-Pacific Partnership

Anger, Tenderness, and the Tears in Our Stockings

Books About Seattle That Everyone Should Read

These 12 Books Will Bring You Up to Speed on the City's Many Histories

Learn How to Write for a Cause at Hugo House

In Praise of Poet C.D. Wright

One of the Most Memorable Stories I Ever Read Is Now a Book

The Silent-Reading Party Is Tonight! At 6 pm! With Live Piano!

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