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The Reluctant Romantic Poetry of Seattle-based Writer Maged Zaher

Capitalism and Privilege Can't Thwart Romantic Desire in The Consequences of My Body

Chuck Klosterman Hasn't Seen the Future, But He's Thought About It A LOT

The Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs Author on the Disappearance of Everything

Brexit, Racism, and the Limits of Social Democracy

Poems of Hope and Grief for the Orlando Dead

The Best Readings & Talks in Seattle This Summer

Picks from Seattle Art and Performance

Giant Machines Are Chewing Up Hugo House Right Now

That Golden, Inspiring, Exhausting Summer Feeling

William Blake wrote poems about summer, Denise Levertov wrote poems about summer, but whenever I try to write in the summer, I fall asleep.

Watch Sherman Alexie on the Daily Show with Trevor Noah Last Night

Some Thoughts Around Why Postage Stamps Exist

Poetry on Buses Is Back: Now Available on Trains!

Yanis Varoufakis Provides the People’s History of the European Union in His New Book And the Weak Suffer What They Must?

The Former Finance Minister of Greece Says Europe Is Ruled by Banks

Sifting Through Hazardous Materials with International Comics Superstar Simon Hanselmann

He's a new Seattle resident. He's addicted to Red Bull. And his latest book, Megg & Mogg in Amsterdam, is full of weird sex, bong rips, depression, and goopy beauty.

Beverly Cleary Turns 100 Years Old Today

The Blazing World of Margaret the First

Danielle Dutton’s Ode to Female Literary Ambition

To Folio or Not To Folio? That Is the Question

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