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We Should Treat Big Tech Like the False Religion It Is

Franklin Foer's World Without Mind Explains Why

Sherman Alexie Is Back On Tour!

A Math Prodigy Becomes a Writer in an Attempt to Understand His Cousin's Inexplicable Crime

Ben Blum's True-Crime Memoir Ranger Games Looks at What Elite Military Training Does to a Person's Mind

The Great Poet John Ashbery Is Dead

A New Literary Hub Opens in Pioneer Square

There's an Independent Bookstore! And a Poetry Press! And a Comics Publisher! And an Art Gallery!

Anastacia-Reneé Is Seattle's New Civic Poet

Fetch Is for Anyone Who’s Ever Really Loved a Dog

Pop Gun War’s Magic Explosion-ism

The Radical Poetic Triumphs of Anastacia-Reneé's (v.)

The Pleasing Idiosyncrasy of Isadora

Amelia Gray Humanizes the Mother of Modern Dance

The New Issue of Thick As Thieves Has Daddy Issues

But Only the Best Kind

Pick Up Cold Cube Press's Two New Dreamy Comic Collections

They're Gorgeous! And Weird! And They're Only as Complex as You Want Them to Be!

The Body Horror of Illness, Poverty, and Time

Sherman Alexie Has a New Short Story in The New Yorker

Men Without Women’s Dick Lit

Americans Overvalue Work, and That's a Problem

Rob Sheffield’s Dreaming the Beatles Is a Love Letter to the Fab Four

The Music Writer’s Latest Is a Chronicle of Lifelong Fandom

Revisiting The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer

Claire Dederer's Love and Trouble Is a Memoir About Sex and Power

And It's Very Good—and Very Funny
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