The creators of The Carter Family: Don't Forget This Song will give a multimedia presentation about their book, which is great. Free.
Scalzi, the author of the very good sci-fi novel Redshirts, comes to town with the collection of his serialized novel, The Human Division. It's got some new material that didn't appear in the serialization, because he's tricky like that. Purchase of book or $5 at door.
Mosley has written forty books. Most of those are mysteries, but he's written some sci-fi and even erotica. He's also a very snappy dresser. Free.
I'm not even gonna get your hopes up for this reading, because it sold out a long, long time ago. $5.
The author of The World's Strongest Librarian: A Memoir of Tourette's, Faith, Strength and the Power of Family is joined by a Seattle-area blogger. Free.
Four young adult authors gather together to form a Voltron of young-adult-novel-writing. Free.
Write Within Yourself: An Author's Companion is a book about how to be a better writer. Free.
Act of Congress: How America's Essential Institution Works and How It Doesn't is about Congress, which is definitely in the top three most fucked-up branches of American government. $5.
Rutherford, who is from Seattle originally, reads from his much-praised new book, The Peripatetic Coffin and Other Stories. Free.
A bunch of writers including Kathleen Flenniken, Rachel Kessler, Sierra Nelson, David Schmader, and Greg Stump will perform new work via PowerPoint presentations. Free.
Philbrick's newest historical account is titled Bunker Hill: A City, A Siege, A Revolution. $5.
Clearly Now, The Rain: A Memoir of Love and Other Trips is about a decade-long relationship. Free.