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Sloane Crosley’s Kinetic Intelligence

The Look Alive Out There author on egg-freezing, porny uncles, and Queen Joan Didion.

Dr. John Cooper Clarke, Tonight at the Triple Door

Writing Advice from Alexander Chee

A Q&A with the celebrated novelist, essayist, and teacher.

Outgoing Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards Prepares to Make Trouble

The daughter of badass politico Ann Richards releases a new book.

Jesse Ball’s Elusive Census

It’s like The Road, but about census-taking and Down syndrome.

Michael Bennett's Autobiography Is Part Eulogy, Part Battle Cry

Things That Make White People Uncomfortable is a must-read for Seahawk fans.

My Cosmic Weekend with Stephen Hawking

That Feeling When Your Friend Becomes a Nazi

Matthew Dickman's third book of poetry wrestles with white supremacy in Portland.

NPR Publishes Its Reporting About Sherman Alexie

Zack Morris is Trash is Trash

Freshwater Is a Novel About Sex, Self-Harm, and Spirits

A review of Akwaeke Emezi's vivid debut.

Fran Lebowitz Is the Last Funny Public Intellectual

She's here to remind us that things can always get worse.

The Lost Girls of Camp Forevermore Is an Absorbing Book About the Lives of Women

A traumatizing experience at summer camp reverberates for years in Kim Fu's new novel.

In Memoriam: The Radical Imagination of Ursula K. Le Guin

The New Hugo House Looks Pretty Cool!

Writers Share Trade Secrets at Capitol Cider's Literary Happy Hour

Drink drafts and read drafts.

Here's a Chance to Meet David Sedaris, and Hear Rough Drafts of His Latest Writing

The famed diarist comes back to Seattle for a week.

Hillary Clinton Has Arrived.

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