In 2004, Stranger writer Emily Hall referred to the restaurant Lark as "both easy and elegant," and assured readers that "everything I've tasted there is delicious." The restaurant has now delighted diners for almost a decade since Hall's review, and it's still a pinnacle of Seattle dining experiences. In Lark: Cooking Against the Grain, we get to see how the dishes are made. Free.
An Individual History contains a poem titled "Days in Paradise," which begins: "The bird was on the wire and then it wasn’t,/though the wire still stretched from pole to pole./You saw it perched and still, except for the defensive/tilt of head, the tail feather flickering alert/and silhouetted through the setting sun." Free.
Requiem, the fourth book in a sci-fi/fantasy series, answers some of the following questions: "Who is the Crimson Empress, and what does her conquest of the Named Lands really mean? Who holds the keys to the Moon Wizard's Tower?" Free.
This is an open-to-all meeting of the Seattle Storyteller's Guild, in which people tell stories to one another. Free.