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Buckminster Fuller's Birthday Bash

Sat July 12 at 7 pm.

Steven Sieden, the author of a book called Buckminster Fuller's Universe, helps Capitol Hill's neatest science-minded bookstore celebrate the birthday of Fuller, who was a really interesting thinker.

Ada's Technical Books
425 15th Ave E

Zachary Bonelli, Aubry Kae Anderson

Sat July 12 at 7 pm.

Local publisher Fuzzy Hedgehog Press brings two sci-fi authors to town. Anderson's Insomnium is "the third in her Isaac the Fortunate series." The Summer is about "a time traveler" who "offers a farmer the opportunity to reverse the effects of a terrible famine and plague." Free.

Elliott Bay Book Company
1521 10th Ave

Esther Pearl Watson, Eleanor Davis

Sun July 13, 3–5 pm.

Watson's third volume of Unlovable presumably contains the same awkward, funny stories as the previous two outings. Davis's How to Be Happy is a collection of cartoons that, she points out in the foreword, are not actually about how to be happy. Free.


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