With UNESCO status secured, the real work of becoming a City of Literature begins.
SIFF highlights, Coyote Central’s Annual Art Sale and a colorful-whimsical-morbid art combo.
Her latest work So Lucky is, by her own account, like nothing she’s done before.
On the shelves of the new Estelita’s Library: books about race, class, politics.
Meet Behind Mars is the debut collection of short stories by novelist Renee Simms.
Alice in Wonderland Burlesque, Alvin Ailey's "Revelations" and Independent Bookstore Day.
A “post-apocalyptic Western with Nerf guns,” glass artist Preston Singletary, a few poetry readings and Tamale Guy.
In "Lawn Boy," author Jonathan Evison tells the story of a 22-year-old half-Mexican landscaper.
Prize-winning writer Arthur Longworth says a Washington prison is denying him his First Amendment rights.
Kit Bakke’s new book focuses on the “Seattle Seven” and how their movement during the Nixon years can work now.
Longtime Seattle arts writer Brangien Davis joins Crosscut.