Created by local writers and artists, ‘We Hereby Refuse’ illustrates untold true stories of heroism with vivid graphics.
Plus, the backstory of Seattle’s resident dragons and earthy books for Mother’s Day.
From Brandi Carlile’s ascent to stardom to an aching memoir of love in times of war, add these books to your spring reading list.
Plus, museum re-openings, live music rumblings, world-premiering dances and local author readings.
A member of the Lummi Nation, Bellingham writer Rena Priest will bring attention to local poetry, climate change and the loss of vital natural resources.
The fight to ban, topple and rename racist artifacts of our past has been an issue in Washington state, too.
A pair of recent books shed light on the lives of James Cook and Charles Wilkes. Both helped unlock secrets of the world and its climate.
Plus: Romeo and Juliet go virtual for Valentine’s Day.
Plus: Celebrating Black History Month with contemporary Seattle artists.
On the steps of the Capitol, the young poet embodied the potential of art in civic spaces.
E.J. Koh’s ‘The Magical Language of Others’ has won a 2021 Pacific Northwest Book Award.
Max Brooks’ new novel sets up collision of techno-optimists, pseudo nature worshipers and creatures of Northwest lore.
In a new book, Seattle University’s Dean Spade highlights how the organizing and survival tactic could be vital for future disasters.
The pandemic threw the arts scene a curveball — these creatives hit it out of the park.
In ‘The Freezer Door,’ Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore searches for glimmers of connection in a changed city.
Plus, a slew of new books by Seattle authors.