Jack Straw authors Peter Munro, Jay McAleer, Larry Crist, Kate Carroll De Gutes, Josephine Ensign, and Corry Venema-Weiss read at Folklife, along with our state's poet laureate, Kathleen Flenniken. Free.
This is the culmination of a literary fiction-writing class at the University of Washington. Free.
The Mango Bride is a novel about "two Filipinas, one banished by her wealthy family, the other a mail order bride." Free.
Anatomy of Melancholy and Other Poems is Wrigley's ninth book of poems. One of the poems is about a cow. Free.
K.J. Larsen, who is actually three sisters, will sign a book called Some Like It Hot. Free.
Class A: Baseball in the Middle of Everywhere is a story about a system of baseball farm teams. Free.
Marion's chapbook Exile on the 45th Parallel is "winner of Floating Bridge's 2012 Chapbook Award." Caswell's first poetry collection is titled Phlogiston. Free.
Read has written a poem titled "This Time We'll Go to Kentucky Fried Chicken." Zeller's "I Give You Ten Reasons Why We Can’t Use Roundup on Our Lawn" begins: "As a girl the black-branched plums/behind the far fence were mine because/a giant row of nettle and snowberry/blocked them from the cows." Free.
"Amp, microphone and turntables provided" at this open mic. Free.