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One howling syllable
September 26, 2018
From the author's poetry collection 'The Language of Grief'
Peter Donahue’s Historical Fiction Points a Way Forward
March 8, 2018
"The people back there in the vast territory of the past are real."
Tara Atkinson Takes on ‘Boyfriends’ in the Era of #MeToo
February 26, 2018
"I was thinking a lot about friendship when I was writing the book, or really more about longing for deep connection."
September 26, 2016
A poem. By Alex Gallo-Brown
Knowmads Go Back to ‘Knew School’
July 20, 2016
Five albums in, the veteran hip-hop duo is having more fun than ever.
On Claudia Rankine’s ‘Citizen’
May 17, 2016
A meditation on Rankine's recent reading at McCaw Hall, in the style of her latest book.
Book of the Month
Book of the Month: ‘Hardly War’ by Don Mee Choi
March 28, 2016
A new collection out this month from poet Don Mee Choi is a refreshingly strange hybrid of poetry, prose and photography.
Bartleby, the Scholar
March 23, 2016
"It's resistance to the stories we're told by science and tech ideologues to get us to accept the condition of being locked down." An Interview with writer and cultural critic Curtis White.
Critical Theory, Personal Story
January 28, 2016
Maggie Nelson writes criticism for the real world.
Sur-Reality and the Short Story
January 25, 2016
Author Valerie Trueblood finds wild freedom in the form.
On ‘Becoming a Citizen Activist’
January 18, 2016
"Art by its very nature is political: it can challenge, even in the smallest and gentlest of ways, the status quo."
Martha Silano’s Beacon Bards
January 5, 2016
The local poet on her Beacon Hill-based reading series and her new/old book.
Seattle’s booming arts scene: Shows and art exhibits
Seattle’s best live music venues
10 awesome concert halls in Seattle
City Arts Magazine
Celebrating the arts and culture of seattle
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