In her new book, "Parr shows how regional cheesemaking found its way back to the farm."
A dozen poets from the literary magazine Raven Chronicles will read. Press materials urge you to "Bring food to share" to this reading. Free.
Ketcherside's Lost Seattle looks at all the Seattle landmarks that have been lost through the magic of photography. Free.
The beloved local television meteorologist will discuss the 2014 Western Washington Weather Calendar, which features photographs and Northwest climate information. Free.
Dunn's Heirs of the Body is about a lord who enlists his cousin in the search for the "heirs to the viscountcy." free.
Poet Roger Reeves will read from his debut collection, local poets and performers will read work written by Copper Canyon poets, and "the first 100 RSVPs will receive a complimentary book of poetry at the door." Since Sherman Alexie says that Copper Canyon is the best poetry publisher in the US, this is a hell of a deal. Free.
Cook's new book, The Mushroom Hunters: On the Trail of an Underground America, travels from Seattle to New York in search of people who go out into the forest in search of a fungus to eat. Free.
Alan Corkery Hahn: "Embroidered doodles on repurposed book pages and covers." Free.
Competitive poetry and open mic with featured readers. $5.
The resurrected Greenwood bookshop hosts an anything-goes open mic night. Free.
This is a youth reading, sponsored in part by 826 Seattle. Free.
Music, prose, and poetry open mic. Free.
An open mic with featured readers Free.