Hamill is a famous poet, so far as the words "famous" and "poet" can be used together. His newest collection is titled Habitation. Free.
The title of Pitre's novel Fives and Twenty-Fives has to do with the military procedure that unfolds when you suspect you're approaching a roadside bomb. Free.
The author of Look Who's Morphing will appear with excellent local talents Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore and Chad Goller-Soujourner. Free.
The author describes Her Beautiful Brain as "a story for the sandwich generation." It's a memoir about a mother's early-onset Alzheimer's and how it affects an entire family. Free.
Washuta is the local author of the memoir My Body is a Book of Rules. Tonight, she'll be reading with local authors Suzanne Morrison and Claire Dederer. Free.
The Narrow Road to the Deep North is a novel about prisoners of war who were forced to work on a railroad in Burma. The title comes from a work by Basho. Free.
Taylor is the author of a short story collection titled Flings. Free.
Lewis Man is a book in May's Scottish mystery series. Free.
Shroom is a new book about cooking with mushrooms. The title suggests that it's about the type of mushrooms that cook you, if you catch my drift. Free.
Guppy describes My Fluorescent God as "a vivid picture of my experience of psychotic panic, paranoia, and depression, which became the avenue for profound psychological and spiritual growth." He took a lot of medication but attributes his current mental health to the "talking cure." Free.
Stangeland is the author of In Both Hands and Rantala is the author of The Finnish Orchestra.
We Are Not Ourselves is a novel that follows an Irish family for generations. Free.
Kehlmann is a very popular German/Austrian author. It looks as though his novel F—yes, just the letter—is being translated into English. Free.
Missing Class: How Seeing Class Cultures Can Strengthen Social Groups is billed as "the first comprehensive empirical study of US activist class cultures." Free.
Sustainable Revolution: Permaculture in Ecovillages, Urban Farms and Communities Worldwide is a book title that should win an award for its specificity. Free.
Waters is a novelist with a huge and ardent fan base. She's written some excellent books, including Fingersmith and Tipping the Velvet. Her newest one is The Paying Guests. Free.
The Bully of Order is a novel about a logging town in Washington State at the turn of the last century, when terms like "lawless" applied. Free.
Baboon is the new collection of short stories from the Danish author and poet. Free.
Keith is the child of the late wilderness writer Sam Keith. She's presenting a new book by her father about his friendship with Dick Proenneke, who figured into a couple of his other books. Free.
An Icelandic author named Bragi Ólafsson and Seattle author Karen Finneyfrock will each read a story featuring a character created by the other author. Seattle's Zine Archive & Publishing Project (ZAPP) will encourage attendees to create zines based on the work presented at this reading. Sounds like fun to me, but I'm a big fan of Iceland, Finneyfrock, and zines. free.